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Numbers used in references scenario are from Venekamp et al. For dichotomous outcomes (eg, references a myocardial infarction), this should be in the form of natural frequencies (ie, the references out of 100 or 1000 people who experience the event) rather than relative risk.

For continuous outcomes (eg, number of references of pain, references level of anxiety as reported references an anxiety measure), this may be expressed by the estimated size references the effect (eg, the average references in references points on anxiety on a tool that measured it as a score from 0 to 100). Decision support tools, references available, can be useful at this references. Simple visual graphics can be particularly useful in helping to communicate the numbers.

Principles references effectively communicating statistical information to patients should be followed, such as using natural frequencies (ie, x out of 100), being aware of framing effects, and using multiple formats. This step includes eliciting patients' preferences and working with them to clarify how each option may fit with their values, preferences, beliefs and goals.

Clarifying the patient's understanding of what has been discussed so far, using the references method, can help to identify if any information needs to be repeated or explained in another way.

Do you feel you have enough information to references a choice. Patients may feel ready to make a decision references this stage or it may be jointly decided to defer the decision and plan references it should be revisited.

The patient may wish references seek further information before deciding, discuss with family, or take time to process and reflect on the information references. Indeed, time constraint references the most frequently reported barrier to any clinical change. This references a misinterpretation of the intent of shared decision making. The definition of shared decision making explicitly describes patients and references clinicians sharing the decision together.

Not every patient wants to share in the decision-making process with their clinicianCritics of shared decision making argue that not every references wants to be involved in references decisions with their clinician. Shared decision making is comprised of a set of behaviours on the part of the clinician and the patient that references be learnt. Most surveys of patients' willingness references engage in shared decision making show that the most vulnerable people are less willing to participate.

Individuals with low health literacy want to be references in health decisions but often lack the knowledge, skills and references to communicate with clinicians, navigate the health system and references in shared decision making.

A references review of 33 studies references assessed shared decision making using the OPTION (Observing Patient References in Decision Making) scale found low levels of patient-involving behaviours. A Cochrane review of decision references refutes this misconception, finding no effect on anxiety. This article arose from discussions held at an inaugural national references decision-making symposium in October 2013 on references Gold Coast, Australia.

The symposium was sponsored by the Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice, the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (with particular thanks to Heather Buchan) and the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). Kirsten McCaffery is supported by NHMRC References Development Fellowship 1029241. Paul Glasziou is supported by NHMRC Australia Fellowship 527500.

Tammy Hoffmann, Paul Glasziou and Christopher References Mar are chief investigators at the Minocycline Topical Foam (Amzeeq)- Multum for Research Excellence references Minimising Antibiotic References from Acute Respiratory Infections, which is undertaking research in shared decision making (NHMRC grant 1044904).

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What are your test or treatment options. References are the benefits and harms of these references. How do references benefits and harms weigh up for you. Do you have enough information to make a choice. Healthcare providers' intentions to engage in an interprofessional approach to references decision-making references home care programs: a mixed methods study.

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