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|Title:||Balancing the presentation of information and options|
Volk, Robert J
Vidal, Dale Collins
|Citation:||Stalmeier P, Volk RJ, Abhyankar P, Blumenthal-Barby J, Bravo P, Buchholz A, Col N, Ozanne E & Vidal DC (2012) Balancing the presentation of information and options. In: Volk R, Llewellyn-Thomas H (ed.). Update of the International Patient Decision Aids Standards (IPDAS) Collaboration's Background Document, IPDAS Collaboration.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: The extent to which a decision aid is "balanced" is the extent to which it presents -- in content, in format, and in display -- the available options and the positive and negative information about each of those options in a complete and neutral manner. The intention is to enable individuals to understand the options and their relevant information without influencing those individuals towards favouring or rejecting any particular option.|
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