Understanding the basis of treatment choices for varicose veins: a model for decision making with the repertory grid technique.
- Published Article
Quality in health care : QHC
- Publication Date
Sep 01, 1996
The repertory grid technique proved to be effective in modelling decision making for a condition such as varicose veins: its use enabled both the identification of the wide range of criteria underlying the decision to treat and the exploration of the relative importance of these criteria in relation to several treatment options. Its potential as a method for reducing variation in clinical decision making and thus improving distribution of high quality care lies in its ability to pinpoint dilemmas of decision making rather than as the basis for drawing up guidelines to regulate decision making practice.
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