Antipsychotic choice: understanding shared decision-making among doctors and patients
Background: In deciding pharmacotherapy treatment, doctors have to balance the risks and benefits of treatment, and their preferences may not always align with patient preferences. Aim: A pilot study to explore decision-making regarding treatment with antipsychotic medications among doctors and patients. Methods: A discrete choice experiment (DCE), comprised of systematically structured choice tasks, in which doctors and patients were asked to trade off between attributes of antipsychotic...[Show more]
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