Patients’ Perceptions and Experiences of Shared Decision-Making in Primary HIV Care Clinics

Shared decision-making (SDM) is considered best practice in health care. Prior studies have explored attitudes and barriers/facilitators to SDM, though few have focused on HIV care. We interviewed 53 patients in HIV primary care clinics in California to understand the factors and situations that may promote or hinder engagement in SDM. This manuscript, published in the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, reports on the findings from these interviews and raises considerations to make when applying SDM in the context of HIV care.


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