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|Title:||Clarifying and Expressing Values|
|Authors:||Volk, R;Llewellyn-Thomas, H;Queen's University, Ontario;Informed Medical Decisions Foundation, Boston, MA;Leiden University Medical Center;Cornell University;Leiden University Medical Center;The Ohio State University;Fagerlin, Angela;Pignone, Michael;Abhyankar, Purva;Col, Nananda;Feldman-Stewart, Deb;Gavaruzzi, Teresa;Kryworuchko, Jennifer;Levin, Carrie A;Pieterse, Arwen;Reyna, Valerie;Stiggelbout, Anne;Scherer, Laura;Wills, Celia;Witteman, Holly|
|place:||University of Michigan;University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill;University of New England;University of Padua;University of Saskatchewan;University of Michigan;University of Michigan|
|Description:||First paragraph: Our evidence review found that existing VCMs were used for a variety of different decisions, rarely referenced underlying theory for their design, but generally were well described in regard to their development process. Listing the pros and cons of a decision was the most common method used. The 13 trials that compared decision support with or without VCMs reached mixed results: some found that VCMs improved some decision-making processes, while others found no effect.;Publisher version;NMAHP Research|
|Type Of Material:||Book Chapter|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport|
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