The Ask Share Know Project: a research translation study of three consumer questions to enhance treatment decision making

Prof. Alexandra Barratt

Involving consumers in healthcare decisions is important for high quality care. We previously tested a brief, consumer-led intervention consisting of three questions in a trial employing trained, standardized patients. The intervention enhanced discussion of evidence and increased patient involvement. We now report a research translation study which tested implementation with real patients at a reproductive and sexual health clinic. 

Disclosure of interest statement: The research was supported by a grant from the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation. No support was received from a pharmaceutical company. The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.
Recorded at the 2013 Australasian HIV&AIDS and Sexual Health Conference, 21-25 October, Darwin - Australia.

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Prof. Alexandra Barratt

Professor of Public Health at the Sydney School of Public Health. She has led research projects in breast and prostate cancer screening for 20 years. She now combines her cancer screening research with research in women's and men's health and works with Family Planning NSW.

Co-authors: H.L. Shepherd1, 2, 6, A. Jones2, D. Bateson1, K. Carey3, L.J. Trevena2, K. McGeechan2, C.B. Del Mar4, P.N. Butow5. 1- Family Planning NSW, Australia. 2- Sydney School of Public Health, University of Sydney, Australia. 3- Health Consumers Council, WA, Australia. 4- Faculty of Medicine, Bond University, Australia. 5- School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Australia. 6- Surgical Outcomes Research Centre, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
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