This site is not optimized for Internet Explorer 8 (or older).

Please upgrade to a newer version of Internet Explorer or use an alternate browser such as Chrome or Firefox.

The Learning Curve for Shared Decision-making in Symptomatic Aortic Stenosis

Monday, February 3, 2020

Submitted by



Megan Coylewright, Elizabeth O’Neill, Ariel Sherman, Megan Gerling, Kaavya Adam, Keren Xu, Stuart W. Grande, Harold L. Dauerman, Shayne E. Dodge, Navjot Kaur Sobti, Catherine H. Saunders, Stacey L. Schott, Glyn Elwyn, Marie-Anne Durand

Use of a novel decision aid for patients with symptomatic aortic stenosis resulted in greater patient knowledge and satisfaction, although decisional conflict was unchanged.  Physicians, on the other hand, felt that the aid was not understood by elderly patients, and believed that they used shared decision-making in their usual practice, without the use of a decision aid.

Add comment

Log in or register to post comments