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1. Citation: Estabrooks, C., Goel, V., Thiel, E., Pinfold, P. Sawka, C., & Williams, I. (2013). Decision aids: are they worth it? A systematic review. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 6(3), 170-182.
Title: Decision aids: are they worth it? A systematic review
Author(s): Estabrooks, C.
Goel, V.
Thiel, E.
Pinfold, P.
Sawka, C.
Williams, I
Year: 2013
Journal/Publication: Journal of Health Services Research and Policy
Abstract: This systematic review focuses on articles with outcomes influenced by consumer decision aids (CDAs).  Participants included were primarily decision-makers and health consumers. Over 500 titles and abstracts were identified using an augmented version of O'Conner et al. (1997). No specific study design was used as a selection criteria.  A final 12 studies were synthesized after meeting all exclusionary criteria and results indicated that with exception to vaccination, decision aids did not appear to influence actual treatment or screening decisions.
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http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/crdweb/showrecord.asp?id=12001004540

Type of Item: Systematic Review/Meta-Analysis
Type of KT Strategy: Decision Aids
Target Group: Decision Maker
Healthcare Professional
Researchers
Evidence Level: 5
Record Updated:2015-01-08
 

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