Support persons' preferences for the type of consultation and the format of information provided when making a cancer treatment decision
A discrete choice experiment to assess cancer patients' preferences for when and how to make treatment decisions
Patient-reported outcomes with neoadjuvant vs adjuvant systemic therapy for operable breast cancer
A decision aid for women considering neoadjuvant systemic therapy for operable invasive breast cancer: development and protocol of a phase II evaluation study (ANZ1301 DOMINO)
- De Boer, Richard, Beith, Jane, Zdenkowski, Nicholas, Bell, Richard, Chirgwin, Jacquie, Chua, Sue, Colosimo, Maree, Francis, Prudence, Green, Michael, Pittman, Ken, White, Michelle, Wilcken, Nicholas
Exploring women's experiences with a decision aid for neoadjuvant systemic therapy for operable breast cancer
- Wilcken, Nicholas, Zdenkowski, Nicholas, Chua, Sue, Chirgwin, Jacquie, Beith, Jane, Bell, Richard, White, Michelle, Snyder, Ray, Pittman, Ken, Mainwaring, Paul, Green, Michael, Francis, Prudence, De Boer, Richard, Colosimo, Maree
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
Do medical oncology patients and their support persons agree about end of life issues?
A systematic review of decision aids for patients making a decision about treatment for early breast cancer
Wilfully out of sight? A literature review on the effectiveness of cancer-related decision aids and implementation strategies
Strategies to support shared decision making in breast cancer
Women's experiences with deciding on neoadjuvant systemic therapy for operable breast cancer: a qualitative study
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