Study protocol: a systematic review of pediatric shared decision making.

Kirk D. Wyatt, Gabriela Prutsky Lopez, Juan Pablo Domecq Garces, Patricia Erwin, William B. Brinkman, Victor Manuel Montori, Annie LeBlanc

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Abstract

Shared decision making in pediatrics is unique because it often involves active participation of both the child or adolescent patient and his or her caregiver(s) in the decision making process with the clinician or care team, and the extent to which the patient is involved is commensurate with their developmental level. However, little is known about the nature of pediatric-specific shared decision making interventions and their impact. We will perform a systematic review with the objective of summarizing the nature of shared decision making practices, tools, techniques and technologies in the pediatric setting as well as their effects. A literature search will include Ovid MEDLINE, Ovid EMBASE, Ovid Cochrane Library, Web of Science, Scopus and Ovid PsycInfo databases in addition to consultation of a group of shared decision making experts to identify unpublished or in-progress works. We will include original research studies involving patients <18 years, their caregivers, or both, and summarize methods and approaches designed to engage participants in the health care decision making process with clinicians. Perinatal and research participation decisions will be excluded. Descriptions of participants involved, interventions used and the measured outcomes will be reported. Quality assessment will be performed according to the design of each study, where possible. We anticipate that the paucity of published quantitative data and the heterogeneous nature of the reported results will preclude quantitative analysis. In this event, a meta-narrative approach will be undertaken. PROSPERO registration number: CRD42013004761.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)48
Number of pages1
JournalSystematic Reviews
Volume2
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Wyatt, K. D., Prutsky Lopez, G., Domecq Garces, J. P., Erwin, P., Brinkman, W. B., Montori, V. M., & LeBlanc, A. (2013). Study protocol: a systematic review of pediatric shared decision making. Systematic Reviews, 2, 48. https://doi.org/10.1186/2046-4053-2-48

Study protocol : a systematic review of pediatric shared decision making. / Wyatt, Kirk D.; Prutsky Lopez, Gabriela; Domecq Garces, Juan Pablo; Erwin, Patricia; Brinkman, William B.; Montori, Victor Manuel; LeBlanc, Annie.

In: Systematic Reviews, Vol. 2, 2013, p. 48.

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Wyatt, KD, Prutsky Lopez, G, Domecq Garces, JP, Erwin, P, Brinkman, WB, Montori, VM & LeBlanc, A 2013, 'Study protocol: a systematic review of pediatric shared decision making.', Systematic Reviews, vol. 2, pp. 48. https://doi.org/10.1186/2046-4053-2-48
Wyatt, Kirk D. ; Prutsky Lopez, Gabriela ; Domecq Garces, Juan Pablo ; Erwin, Patricia ; Brinkman, William B. ; Montori, Victor Manuel ; LeBlanc, Annie. / Study protocol : a systematic review of pediatric shared decision making. In: Systematic Reviews. 2013 ; Vol. 2. pp. 48.
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