The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Randomized controlled trial, Evidence-based medicine, Medical education, Family medicine and Decision aids. The various areas that Lyndal Trevena examines in his Randomized controlled trial study include Cancer screening, Breast cancer, Clinical trial and Colorectal cancer. Lyndal Trevena interconnects Health literacy, Social psychology and Literacy in the investigation of issues within Medical education.
His Family medicine research includes themes of Cancer, Information quality, Ambulatory care, Intervention and Young adult. As part of one scientific family, Lyndal Trevena deals mainly with the area of Decision aids, narrowing it down to issues related to the Patient participation, and often Decisional conflict and Psychological intervention. His Decisional conflict research incorporates elements of Patient satisfaction, Relative risk, Meta-analysis, Publication bias and Internet privacy.
Lyndal Trevena spends much of his time researching Family medicine, Medical education, Nursing, Decision aids and Health information. His Family medicine study incorporates themes from Cancer, Colorectal cancer, Randomized controlled trial, Mass screening and Vaccination. Lyndal Trevena is involved in the study of Randomized controlled trial that focuses on Decisional conflict in particular.
His Medical education study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Literacy and Population health. His studies deal with areas such as Health literacy and Patient participation as well as Decision aids. The Patient participation study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention and Social psychology.
Lyndal Trevena focuses on Decision aids, Family medicine, Medical education, Nursing and Health literacy. Lyndal Trevena focuses mostly in the field of Decision aids, narrowing it down to topics relating to Health services research and, in certain cases, Evidence-based medicine and Absolute risk reduction. His research integrates issues of Colorectal cancer and Vaccination in his study of Family medicine.
As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Medical education, focusing on Competence and, on occasion, Numeracy and Decisional conflict. His work on Community health, Population health and Psychological intervention as part of his general Nursing study is frequently connected to Thematic analysis and Qualitative interviews, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computer-assisted web interviewing and Participation bias.
Lyndal Trevena mainly investigates Decision aids, Medical education, Nursing, Health literacy and Health economics. As a part of the same scientific study, Lyndal Trevena usually deals with the Decision aids, concentrating on Health administration and frequently concerns with Evidence-based medicine. He works in the field of Nursing, namely Psychological intervention.
His work deals with themes such as Systematic review and Patient participation, which intersect with Psychological intervention. The various areas that Lyndal Trevena examines in his Health literacy study include Numeracy, Decisional conflict and Family medicine, Patient education. The study incorporates disciplines such as Guideline and Scale in addition to Family medicine.
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Decision aids for people facing health treatment or screening decisions
Dawn Stacey;Dawn Stacey;Krystina Lewis;Michael J Barry.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2017)
Shared decision making: really putting patients at the centre of healthcare
A M Stiggelbout;T Van der Weijden;M P T De Wit;D Frosch.
A three-talk model for shared decision making: multistage consultation process
Glyn Elwyn;Marie Anne Durand;Julia Song;Johanna Aarts.
Presenting quantitative information about decision outcomes: a risk communication primer for patient decision aid developers
Lyndal J. Trevena;Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher;Adrian Edwards;Wolfgang Gaissmaier.
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making (2013)
A systematic review on communicating with patients about evidence
Lyndal J Trevena;Alexandra Barratt;Phyllis Butow;Patrina Caldwell.
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice (2006)
Exploring patient involvement in healthcare decision making across different education and functional health literacy groups.
Sian K. Smith;Ann Dixon;Lyndal Trevena;Donald Nutbeam.
Social Science & Medicine (2009)
A decision aid to support informed choices about bowel cancer screening among adults with low education: randomised controlled trial
Sian K. Smith;Lyndal Trevena;Judy M. Simpson;Alexandra Barratt.
Shared decision making: What do clinicians need to know and why should they bother?
Tammy C Hoffmann;Tammy C Hoffmann;Magenta B Simmons;Kevin McNamara.
The Medical Journal of Australia (2014)
Three questions that patients can ask to improve the quality of information physicians give about treatment options: a cross-over trial
Heather L. Shepherd;Heather L. Shepherd;Alexandra Barratt;Lyndal J. Trevena;Kevin McGeechan.
Patient Education and Counseling (2011)
The role of primary care in early detection and follow-up of cancer
Jon D Emery;Katie Shaw;Briony Williams;Danielle Mazza.
Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology (2014)
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