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Co-Designing a Web-Based Decision Aid Tool for Employees Disclosure of Mental Health Conditions: A Participatory Study Design Using Employee and Organizational Preferences

Co-Designing a Web-Based Decision Aid Tool for Employees Disclosure of Mental Health Conditions: A Participatory Study Design Using Employee and Organizational Preferences

In collaboration with Henderson [14] from the CORAL study, we developed a decision aid tool READY (Reducing dEcisionAl conflict, a Decision aid tool for emploYees). The labels of the original modules in CORAL were used to form a framework for READY.

Elizabeth Stratton, Isabella Choi, Dorian Peters, Rafael A Calvo, Samuel B Harvey, Nicholas Glozier

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(11):e23337


The Effect of Patient Narratives on Information Search in a Web-Based Breast Cancer Decision Aid: An Eye-Tracking Study

The Effect of Patient Narratives on Information Search in a Web-Based Breast Cancer Decision Aid: An Eye-Tracking Study

Some of the women viewed a decision aid with patient narratives; others viewed a decision aid without narratives.

Victoria A Shaffer, Justin Owens, Brian J Zikmund-Fisher

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(12):e273


Informed Choice for Participation in Down Syndrome Screening: Development and Content of a Web-Based Decision Aid

Informed Choice for Participation in Down Syndrome Screening: Development and Content of a Web-Based Decision Aid

Aid Standards Collaboration GuideThe IPDAS Collaboration is an international group of researchers, practitioners, and stakeholders that developed a checklist of approved criteria to ensure the quality of patient decision aids.

Mette Maria Skjøth, Helle Ploug Hansen, Eva Draborg, Claus Duedal Pedersen, Ronald F Lamont, Jan Stener Jørgensen

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(3):e113


Development and Usability Testing of a Computer-Tailored Decision Support Tool for Lung Cancer Screening: Study Protocol

Development and Usability Testing of a Computer-Tailored Decision Support Tool for Lung Cancer Screening: Study Protocol

Initial feasibility showed that this decision aid increased knowledge (P<.01) and supported readiness to make a decision to screen for lung cancer as reflected in significantly higher values clarity scores [8].

Lisa Carter-Harris, Robert Skipworth Comer, Anurag Goyal, Emilee Christine Vode, Nasser Hanna, DuyKhanh Ceppa, Susan M Rawl

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(11):e225


Automated Modular Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinical Decision Support System (MIROR): An Application in Pediatric Cancer Diagnosis

Automated Modular Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinical Decision Support System (MIROR): An Application in Pediatric Cancer Diagnosis

Introduction of CDSs has provided clinicians and health care investigators with a platform for extraction of relevant information to aid decision making, prevent errors, and enhance health care.

Niloufar Zarinabad, Emma M Meeus, Karen Manias, Katharine Foster, Andrew Peet

JMIR Med Inform 2018;6(2):e30


InformedTogether: Usability Evaluation of a Web-Based Decision Aid to Facilitate Shared Advance Care Planning for Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

InformedTogether: Usability Evaluation of a Web-Based Decision Aid to Facilitate Shared Advance Care Planning for Severe Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

the decision aid could be improved.MethodsDevelopment of the Decision Aid PrototypeThe development and initial testing of InformedTogether was guided by the International Patient Decision Aid Standards (IPDAS) Collaboration criteria for quality decision aids

Lauren M Uhler, Rafael E Pérez Figueroa, Mark Dickson, Lauren McCullagh, Andre Kushniruk, Helen Monkman, Holly O Witteman, Negin Hajizadeh

JMIR Hum Factors 2015;2(1):e2


Computer-Tailored Decision Support Tool for Lung Cancer Screening: Community-Based Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Computer-Tailored Decision Support Tool for Lung Cancer Screening: Community-Based Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Because of these potential risks, lung cancer screening is a preference-sensitive decision and requires patient-clinician discussion and a shared decision-making process.

Lisa Carter-Harris, Robert Skipworth Comer, James E Slaven II, Patrick O Monahan, Emilee Vode, Nasser H Hanna, DuyKhanh Pham Ceppa, Susan M Rawl

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(11):e17050