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Table 1 Results of the quantitative survey data in five hospitals

From: Elicitation of preferences in the second half of the shared decision making process needs attention; a qualitative study

  Total
  Patients interviewed (N = 20) Mother sample (N = 41)
SDM-Q9 Mean (SD) 87.4 (11.2) 86.3 (12.2)
CollaboRATE Mean (SD) 8.2 (0.5) 8.3 (0.6)
Knowledge Mean (SD) 65% (14.1) 61% (15)
Decisional conflict Mean (SD) 31.6 (10.8) 28.1 (11.4)
  1. SDM-Q9: range 0–100, whereby 0 indicates the lowest possible level of SDM and 100 indicates the highest possible level of SDM [28].
  2. CollaboRATE: Top score = percentage of the patients responding 9 to all three items. Higher scores represent more shared decision-making [29].
  3. Knowledge ranges from 0 to 100% depending on the number of correct answers.