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Process Decision Making Theories–the Consensus

pantheon2imagesThis post summarizes the second half of a paper entitled: “Theory-informed design of values clarification methods: A cognitive psychological perspective on patient health-related decision making,” that appeared in Social Science & Medicine 77 (2013), and was written by Arwen H. Pieterse, Marieke de Vries, Marleen Kunneman,  Anne M. Stiggelbout, and Deb Feldman-Stewart. The post includes a summary of the general agreements of the four theories and seven recommendations based on these agreements to aid value clarification for patients. Again, I think it is almost amazing that these theories are being examined in one paper.  I am impressed by the clarity and usefulness of the examination.

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Process Decision Making Theories–in the Context of Helping Patients

decisionimagesThis post provides the gist of the first half of a paper entitled: “Theory-informed design of values clarification methods: A cognitive psychological perspective on patient health-related decision making,” that appeared in Social Science & Medicine 77 (2013), and was written by Arwen H. Pieterse, Marieke de Vries, Marleen Kunneman,  Anne M. Stiggelbout, and Deb Feldman-Stewart.

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