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  • Shared Decision Making in Older Children and Parents Considering Elective Adenotonsillectomy. [Journal Article]
    Clin Otolaryngol 2019MacDonald AI, Chorney J, … Hong P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Many older children and parents reported significant decisional conflict when considering elective pediatric otolaryngology surgery. Decisional conflict levels for both children and parents decreased with greater perceived levels of shared decision making. Older children did not appear to discern the same levels of shared decision making as parents and surgeons. Future research should assess methods to implement shared decision making into clinical practice for clinicians, parents and children when appropriate.
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