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Table 2 Contents of final CDIS

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

Wording in CDIS-S Wording in CDIS-P  
Involvement sub-scale (one item)   Score
The service user made the final decision I made the final decision. Active
The service user made the final decision after seriously considering my opinion I made the final decision after seriously considering my clinicians opinion Active
The service user and I shared responsibility for making the best decision for them My clinician and I shared responsibility for making the best decision for me Shared
I made the final decision, after seriously considered the service user’s opinion My clinician made the final decision, but seriously considered my opinion Passive
I made the final decision My clinician made the final decision Passive
Satisfaction sub-scale (six items)   Rating scale
1. I had adequate information from the service user about the issues important to them 1. I am satisfied that I am adequately informed about the issues important to the decision 5-point Likert scale from 1 (Strongly disagree) to 5 (Strongly agree)
2. The decision we made was the best decision possible in my view 2. The decision we made was the best decision possible in my view
3. I am satisfied that the decision was consistent with my personal and professional values 3. I am satisfied that the decision was consistent with my personal values
4. I expect the decision we made to be successfully acted on/continued to be acted on 4. I expect the decision we made to be successfully acted on/continued to be acted on
5. I am satisfied that this was the decision to make 5. I am satisfied that this was the decision to make
6. I am satisfied with the decision 6. I am satisfied with the decision