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The potential use of decision analysis to support shared decision making in the face of uncertainty: the example of atrial fibrillation and warfarin anticoagulation
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  1. Dr A Robinson angela.robinson{at}newcastle.ac.uk
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Robinson A, Thomson RG
The potential use of decision analysis to support shared decision making in the face of uncertainty: the example of atrial fibrillation and warfarin anticoagulation

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  • Accepted August 1, 2000
  • First published December 1, 2000.
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December 01, 2000
  • The potential use of decision analysis to support shared decision making in the face of uncertainty: the
    example of atrial fibrillation and warfarin anticoagulation
    A Robinson R G Thomson
    Quality in Health Care 2000;9:238-44.

    Acknowledgement
    The DARTs project was commissioned by the West Midlands Regional NHS Executive R&D Programme and Eli Lilly Ltd.
     
     

  • DARTS study

    In the Viewpoint article entitled "The potential use of decision analysis to support shared decision making in the face of uncertainty: the example of atrial fibrillation and warfarin anticoagulation" by A Robinson and R G Thomson on behalf of the Decision Analysis in Routine Treatment Study (DARTS) team which appeared on page 238 of the December 2000 issue of Quality in Health Care, the following acknowledgement should have appeared: "The DARTS project was commissioned by the West Midlands Regional NHS Executive R&D programme and Eli Lilly Ltd". The authors apologise for this omission.

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