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Table 1 Summary of psychometric properties of measures (n = 8)

From: The development and evaluation of a five-language multi-perspective standardised measure: clinical decision-making involvement and satisfaction (CDIS)

Measure Content validity Construct validity Floor/Ceiling effect Internal consistency Reliability Brevity Simplicity Relevance
Measures of involvement only
Patients Preference for Control [41] Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Adequate Adequate Adequate
Control Preferences Scale [42] Unknown Adequate Unknown Unknown Adequate Adequate Adequate Adequate
Facilitation of Patient Involvement [43] Unknown Adequate Unknown Adequate Adequate Adequate Adequate Doubtful
Desire to Participate in Medical Decision Making Scale [44] Adequate Doubtful Unknown Adequate Adequate Adequate Adequate Doubtful
Decision Self-Efficacy Scale [45] Unknown Adequate Unknown Adequate Adequate Adequate Adequate Poor
Measures of satisfaction only
Satisfaction with Decision Scale [46] Unknown Adequate Unknown Adequate Adequate Adequate Adequate Adequate
Measures of involvement and satisfaction
Decisional Conflict Scale [47] Unknown Adequate Unknown Adequate Adequate Adequate Adequate Poor
Autonomy Preference Index [48] Adequate Adequate Poor Adequate Adequate Poor Doubtful Doubtful