Assessment of medical students' shared decision-making skills in simulated physician-patient encounters

Waschwill A, Bittner A, Harendza S (2020)
PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING 103(3): 500-504.

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Waschwill, Alexander; Bittner, AnjaUniBi; Harendza, Sigrid
Abstract / Bemerkung
Objective: To compare shared decision-making skills of medical students who voluntarily translate medical documents into plain language with students who do not participate in this voluntary task. Methods: 29 medical students who voluntarily translated medical documents for patients into plain language on the online-platform https://washabich.de (WHI group) and 29 medical students who did not (non-WHI group) participated in a simulated virtual consultation hour. Via skype, participants communicated with six simulated patients. All conversations were transcribed and a blinded rater assessed them with the OPTION scale for shared decision-making. Results: The WHI group received significantly (p <.001) higher total scores for shared decision-making with the OPTION scale than the non-WHI group. The greatest differences in scores were found for the items "The clinician checks that the patient has understood the information." (WHI: 2.98 +/- 0.77 vs. nonWHI: 2.61 +/- 0.89, p <.001) and "The clinician offers the patient explicit opportunities to ask questions during the decision-making process." (WHI: 2.83 +/- 1.00 vs. non-WHI: 2.40 +/- 1.07, p < .001). Conclusion: Written translation of medical documents is associated with significantly better OPTION scores for shared decision-making in simulated physician-patient encounters. Practice Implications: To use written medial translation exercises in general to improve medical students' shared decision-making skills. (C) 2019 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
Stichworte
Communication; Objective structured clinical examination (OSCE); Physician-Patient encounter; Shared decision-making; Simulated patients; Undergraduate medical education
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING
Band
103
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
500-504
ISSN
0738-3991
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2942081

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Waschwill A, Bittner A, Harendza S. Assessment of medical students' shared decision-making skills in simulated physician-patient encounters. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING. 2020;103(3):500-504.
Waschwill, A., Bittner, A., & Harendza, S. (2020). Assessment of medical students' shared decision-making skills in simulated physician-patient encounters. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING, 103(3), 500-504. doi:10.1016/j.pec.2019.09.013
Waschwill, A., Bittner, A., and Harendza, S. (2020). Assessment of medical students' shared decision-making skills in simulated physician-patient encounters. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING 103, 500-504.
Waschwill, A., Bittner, A., & Harendza, S., 2020. Assessment of medical students' shared decision-making skills in simulated physician-patient encounters. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING, 103(3), p 500-504.
A. Waschwill, A. Bittner, and S. Harendza, “Assessment of medical students' shared decision-making skills in simulated physician-patient encounters”, PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING, vol. 103, 2020, pp. 500-504.
Waschwill, A., Bittner, A., Harendza, S.: Assessment of medical students' shared decision-making skills in simulated physician-patient encounters. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING. 103, 500-504 (2020).
Waschwill, Alexander, Bittner, Anja, and Harendza, Sigrid. “Assessment of medical students' shared decision-making skills in simulated physician-patient encounters”. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING 103.3 (2020): 500-504.

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