Engaging patients in decisions: a challenge to health care delivery and public health
Measuring patients' preferences for treatment and perceptions of risk
Understanding risk and lessons for clinical risk communication about treatment preferences
The extent of patients' understanding of the risk of treatments
Importance of risk communication and decision making in cardiovascular conditions in older patients: a discussion paper
Suffering in deference: a focus group study of older cardiac patients' preferences for treatment and perceptions of risk
Informed consent: moral necessity or illusion?
Variability in patient preferences for participating in medical decision making: implication for the use of decision support tools
How do patients' treatment preferences compare with those of clinicians?
Differences in belief about likely outcomes account for differences in doctors' treatment preferences: but what accounts for the differences in belief?
Understanding patients' preferences for treatment: the need for innovative methodologies
Use of discrete choice experiments to elicit preferences
Preferences and understanding their effects on health*