Development of a Framework to Describe the Association Between Hypothetical and Real-World Decisions: A Systematic Concept Review and Cognitive Interviews with Decision Aid Developers

Tavis Hayes
Despite recommendations, health services interventions often lack mechanistic evidence. One way of acquiring such evidence is through the use of hypothetical settings. However, there are knowledge gaps about the factors that affect whether hypothetical decisions will correlate to real-world ones. This thesis involves a systematic concept review to identify the factors important to the hypothetical-real-world decision relationship and a case study of the relevance of these factors to the decision aid development context. The 42...
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