Wilfully out of sight? A literature review on the effectiveness of cancer-related decision aids and implementation strategies
A discrete choice experiment to assess cancer patients' preferences for when and how to make treatment decisions
Exploring health literacy and preferences for risk communication among medical oncology patients
Exploring women's experiences with a decision aid for neoadjuvant systemic therapy for operable breast cancer
Not asking cancer patients about their preferences does make a difference. A cross-sectional study examining cancer patients' preferred and perceived role in decision-making regarding their last important cancer treatment
Support persons' preferences for the type of consultation and the format of information provided when making a cancer treatment decision
Women's experiences with deciding on neoadjuvant systemic therapy for operable breast cancer: a qualitative study
Working towards patient-centred decision making in cancer care
Australian GPs' perceptions of barriers and enablers to best practice palliative care: a qualitative study
General practitioners' perceptions of best practice care at the end of life: a qualitative study.
Not having adequate time to make a treatment decision can impact on cancer patients' care experience: results of a cross-sectional study
Systematic review of barriers and enablers to the delivery of palliative care by primary care practitioners
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