The field tests in the last year show that the items on the whole are performing as intended, and patients find the surveys acceptable and feasible. There is growing interest in the research community to use these instruments, and we have been exploring interest in clinical community to extend their use.
Posted in Decision Quality, Directed Research, Patient Knowledge, Patient Preferences
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The objectives are: 1) to adapt existing key English-language IP measures for use in assessing how LEP Latino patients perceive and process information presented in a Spanish CRC screening decision aid (DA); and 2) to determine the relationship between key IP domains and the ability to state preferences regarding CRC screening, intentions to discuss with a clinician and screen for CRC.