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Table 5 Decisional outcome - decision and comfort with decision

From: Shared decision making for patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomized trial in primary care

  Decision aid Usual care Relative risk (95%CI)
Had a discussion about starting or changing a medication 40 (77%) 21 (45%) 1.8 (1.2, 2.5)
Decided to start/change a medication1 13 (33%) 9 (43%) 0.8 (0.4, 1.5)
   Mean difference (95% CI)
Comfort of decision (DCS)1,2 82.9 (78.8, 87.0) 81.2 (75.3, 87.1) 1.7 (−5.3, 8.7)
Perception of knowledge (DCS subscale)1,2 80.5 (75.1, 85.9) 74.9 (67.1, 82.6) 5.6 (−3.6, 14.8)
Adequacy of support (DCS subscale)1,2 80.9 (76.1, 85.8) 81.0 (74.1, 87.9) −0.05 (−8.3, 8.2)
Effect (DCS subscale)1,2 86.4 (82.3, 90.5) 86.1 (80.2, 91.9) 0.29 (−6.7, 7.3)
Level of patient engagement (OPTION)2,3 49.7 (40.6, 58.7) 28.3 (15.1, 41.6) 21.4 (6.4, 36.3)
Fidelity2,3 65.7% (53.8, 77.6) 19.6% (9.9, 29.3) 46.1% (30.3, 61.8)
  1. 1Of those that had a discussion.
  2. 2Adjusted Mean (95% CI). Regression model of arm and type of discussion (diabetes medication vs. statin).
  3. 339 patients that consented to video analysis (DA=22, UC=17).