Assessing patient decisional conflict
with a 4-item screening test.
The ground, maintenance of uniformity in the court's decisions, is the equivalent of decisional conflict
as developed by supreme court precedent in the exercise of its conflict jurisdiction.
Growth in career indecision and decisional conflict
were the main expressions of these rapid and radical shifts in the political structure in the country (Santos, Ribeiro, & Campos, 1997).
More recent efforts to understand the psychological processes underlying the relationship between decisional conflict
and poorer post-abortion adjustment have focused on the meaningfulness that women ascribe to a pregnancy that they have chosen to terminate.
It is time that more attention be directed toward the needs of patients experiencing decisional conflict
Within the context of a publicly funded health care system, use of the Recurrence Score also significantly reduced patient decisional conflict
(Abstract #549) A separate study from France shows similar treatment decision impact of using the Oncotype DX test, with overall reduction in chemotherapy recommendations from 49 percent to 26 percent of patients.