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The Patient Experience With Shared Decision Making: A Qualitative Descriptive Study

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Shared decision making is a process characterized by a partnership between a nurse and a patient. The existence of a relationship does not ensure shared decision making. Little is known about what nurses need to know and do for this experience to take place. A qualitative descriptive study was implemented using Coalizzi's method. Semistructured interviews were held with patients, and 3 themes were uncovered. The findings suggest that a nurse's conduct aimed at drawing patients in and inviting them to participate in a conversation leads toward shared decisions. Infusion nurses may find this information useful as they engage their patients in shared decisions.
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Keywords: member checking; purposeful sampling; qualitative descriptive study; shared decision making

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2015

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