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Title: Explanation and elaboration of the Standards for UNiversal reporting of patient Decision Aid Evaluations (SUNDAE) guidelines: examples of reporting SUNDAE items from patient decision aid evaluation literature
Author(s): Hoffman, Aubri S
Sepucha, Karen R
Abhyankar, Purva
Sheridan, Stacey L
Bekker, Hilary L
LeBlanc, Annie
Levin, Carrie A
Ropka, Mary
Shaffer, Victoria A
Stacey, Dawn
Stalmeier, Peep
Vo, Ha
Wills, Celia
Thomson, Richard G
Keywords: shared decision making
patient-centred care
patient education
checklists 
Issue Date: 31-May-2018
Citation: Hoffman AS, Sepucha KR, Abhyankar P, Sheridan SL, Bekker HL, LeBlanc A, Levin CA, Ropka M, Shaffer VA, Stacey D, Stalmeier P, Vo H, Wills C & Thomson RG (2018) Explanation and elaboration of the Standards for UNiversal reporting of patient Decision Aid Evaluations (SUNDAE) guidelines: examples of reporting SUNDAE items from patient decision aid evaluation literature, BMJ Quality and Safety, 27 (5), pp. 389-412. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjqs-2017-006985.
Abstract: This Explanation and Elaboration (E&E) article expands on the 26 items in the Standards for UNiversal reporting of Decision Aid Evaluations (SUNDAE) guidelines. The E&E provides a rationale for each item and includes examples for how each item has been reported in published papers evaluating patient decision aids. The Explanation and Elaboration focuses on items key to reporting studies evaluating patient decision aids and is intended to be illustrative rather than restrictive. Authors and reviewers may wish to use the Explanation and Elaboration broadly to inform structuring of patient decision aid evaluation reports, or use it as a reference to obtain details about how to report individual Checklist items.
DOI Link: 10.1136/bmjqs-2017-006985
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