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Acceptability of Decision Aid Scale

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Measure Name: Acceptability of Decision Aid Scale
Measure Type: Scale
Construct: Acceptability
Primary Content Area: Risk and Decision Making
Secondary Content Area: Patient Decision Aids
Brief Description: A 10 item questionnaire for patients and a 15 item scale for physicians to rate the acceptability of a patient decision aid. ‘Acceptability’ (of a patient decision aid) refers to ratings regarding the comprehensibility of components of a decision aid, its length, pace (if audio-visual), amount of information, balance in presentation of information about options, and overall suitability for decision making.
Keywords: patient decision aid
Target Population: patients and physicians using patient decision aids
Mode of Administration: Who Administered: Self-Administered
How Administered: In-person, Telephone, Postal mail, Email, Web-based, Fax, Direct observation (hard-copy), Direct observation (PC/PDA/GPS)
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