This study used Health and Retirement Study data to compare older adults’ predictions of their own survival with their actual survival.
This qualitative interview study reports how the availability of lung cancer screening influenced current smokers’ motivation regarding smoking cessation.
This survey study found low use of decision aids among specialists treating patients with prostate cancer.
This systematic review finds that most patients overestimate the benefits and underestimate the harms of screening, tests, and treatments.
Grande et al measured patient preferences about sharing their electronic health information for secondary purposes (other than their own health care). See the invited commentary by Kohane.
Horwitz et al conduct a multifaceted evaluation of transitional care from a patient-centered perspective. Rhodes provides an Invited Commentary.