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Shannon Fuller of the Northern California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Center was interviewed by the Medical Economics magazine to discuss a paper published from the patient-centered medical homes study (Principal Investigator: Dr. Wayne Steward). The paper, published last year in the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, focused on patient attitudes about shared decision making – one of the components of the PCMH model. In this interview with Medical Economics, Fuller discusses the considerations for shared decision making in HIV care.
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