Coaching and guidance with patient decision aids: A review of theoretical and empirical evidence

Dawn Stacey, J. Kryworuchko, J. Belkora, B.J. Davison, Marie-Anne Durand, K. Eden, A.S. Hoffman, M. Koerner, F. Legare, M.C. Loiselle, R.L. Street

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Abstract

Coaching and guidance are structured approaches that can be used within or alongside patient decision aids (PtDAs) to facilitate the process of decision making. Coaching is provided by an individual, and guidance is embedded within the decision support materials. The purpose of this paper is to: a) present updated definitions of the concepts “coaching” and “guidance”; b) present an updated summary of current theoretical and empirical insights into the roles played by coaching/guidance in the context of PtDAs; and c) highlight emerging issues and research opportunities in this aspect of PtDA design
Original languageEnglish
Article numberS11
Number of pages11
JournalBMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making
Volume13
Issue numberSupp 2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2013

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