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Tag Archives: decision aid
On February 12, 2015, Center Assistant Professor Dr. Karen Kelly-Blake presented a poster, “African-American Patients’ Perception of Health Information Technology Use in their Doctor’s Office: A Qualitative Analysis of Telephone Interviews,” at the 2015 Conference for the National Association of African American … Continue reading
Read “Refining a brief decision aid in stable CAD: cognitive interviews” published in BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making
A new article by Center faculty Karen Kelly-Blake and Margaret Holmes-Rovner, along with other contributing authors, was published in BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. The article describes the results of cognitive interviews to refine the “Making Choices(C)” Decision Aid (DA) … Continue reading
Akshay Srikanth presented the following poster at the Annual Meeting of the Michigan State Medical Society, which was held October 23-25, 2013 in Troy, MI. “Evaluation of the use of a decision aid during diagnosis visits in early stage prostate cancer.” … Continue reading