C H Braddock
Affiliation: University of Washington
- Informed decision making in outpatient practice: time to get back to basicsC H Braddock
Department of Medicine, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle 98108, USA
JAMA 282:2313-20. 1999..However, little is known about the extent to which physicians foster patient involvement in decision making, particularly in routine office practice...
- Factors that predict better informed consentClarence H Braddock
Department of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
J Clin Ethics 13:344-52. 2002
- How doctors and patients discuss routine clinical decisions. Informed decision making in the outpatient settingC H Braddock
Department of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
J Gen Intern Med 12:339-45. 1997..Physicians frequently described the nature of the decision, less frequently discussed risks and benefits, and rarely assessed the patient's understanding of the decision...
- Ethics and communication: does students' comfort addressing: ethical issues vary by specialty team?S L Clever
Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 60637, USA
J Gen Intern Med 16:559-63. 2001..We suggest that ethics education must address the atmosphere on ward teams and give students skills to help them speak out despite their discomfort...
- Toward shared decision making at the end of life in intensive care units: opportunities for improvementDouglas B White
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and Program in Medical Ethics, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143 0903, USA
Arch Intern Med 167:461-7. 2007..In North America, families generally wish to be involved in end-of-life decisions when the patient cannot participate, yet little is known about the extent to which shared decision making occurs in intensive care units...
- Bringing ethics education to the clinical years: ward ethics sessions at the University of WashingtonKelly Fryer-Edwards
Department of Medical History and Ethics, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington 98195, USA
Acad Med 81:626-31. 2006..This project was intended to develop an educational intervention to incorporate medical ethics training as a part of students' professional development within the context of clinical training...
- Physician deception of insurance companies: hyperbole or cause for concern?Clarence H Braddock
Am J Bioeth 4:W32-4. 2004
- BRIEF REPORT: Patient-physician agreement as a predictor of outcomes in patients with back painThomas O Staiger
Department of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash, USA
J Gen Intern Med 20:935-7. 2005..To determine whether a patient-physician agreement instrument predicts important health outcomes...
- Informed decision-making and colorectal cancer screening: is it occurring in primary care?Bruce S Ling
VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213, USA
Med Care 46:S23-9. 2008..The degree to which providers communicate the information necessary to prepare patients for participation in this process is not known...
- Finding effective strategies for teaching ethics: a comparison trial of two interventionsSherilyn Smith
Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle 98195, USA
Acad Med 79:265-71. 2004..To compare the effects of two teaching methods (written case analyses and written case analyses with group discussion) on students' recognition and assessment of common ethical dilemmas...
- Educating for professionalism: trainees' emotional experiences on IM and pediatrics inpatient wardsDeborah L Kasman
Center for Clinical Bioethics, Georgetown University Medical Center, 4000 Reservoir Road, Building D, Room 234, Washington, D C 20007, USA
Acad Med 78:730-41. 2003..To assess day-to-day emotions and the experiences that trigger these emotions for medical trainees in hospital settings. The overarching goal was to illuminate training experiences that affect professional behaviors of physicians...
- Using the American Board of Internal Medicine's "Elements of Professionalism" for undergraduate ethics educationLynne S Robins
University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Medical Education, Seattle 98195 7240, USA
Acad Med 77:523-31. 2002....
- Alcohol-related discussions during general medicine appointments of male VA patients who screen positive for at-risk drinkingKatharine A Bradley
Northwest Health Services Research and Development Center of Excellence, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
J Gen Intern Med 17:315-26. 2002..This study describes primary care discussions with patients who screened positive for at-risk drinking. In addition, discussions about alcohol use from 2 clinic firms, one with a provider-prompting intervention, are compared...
- The "new revolution" in medical education: fostering professionalism and patient-centered communication in the contemporary environmentClarence H Braddock
J Gen Intern Med 19:610-1. 2004
- The doctor will see you shortly. The ethical significance of time for the patient-physician relationshipClarence H Braddock
Department of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, Calif 94305, USA
J Gen Intern Med 20:1057-62. 2005..These approaches are critical for clinicians and health systems to maintain their ethical commitments and simultaneously deal with the realities of time...
- Complementary and alternative medicine use among Veterans Affairs outpatientsMark A Micek
J Altern Complement Med 13:190-3. 2007
- Integrating collaborative population health projects into a medical student curriculum at StanfordLisa J Chamberlain
Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
Acad Med 83:338-44. 2008..When contextualized in a population health curriculum, population health projects can provide future physicians with an experiential counterpart to their classroom learning...
- Promoting informed choice: transforming health care to dispense knowledge for decision makingSteven H Woolf
Department of Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University, West Hospital, Richmond, Virginia 23298 0251, USA
Ann Intern Med 143:293-300. 2005..Today's health care system is unprepared for the convergence of these 2 burgeoning domains, and the need to address systemic deficiencies will grow more urgent over time...