A Feasible Method to Implement Shared Decision Making in Routine Practice
The paper proposes a method to incorporate the patient, physician, and general people into the shared decision making system, the method is a combination of conjoint analysis and fuzzy multi-attribute group decision making. Firstly, The preferences of various decision makers are analyzed by the conjoint analysis, secondly, the decision makers evaluate the treatment regimens with the triangular fuzzy number, then the method of ideal point is used to obtain the ideal treatment regimen, finally the relapsed or refractory chronic lymphoblastic leukemia treatment decision making is taken as an example of this method’s specific application, the results show that the applicability of the method proposed by the paper is strong.
KeywordsConjoint analysis Fuzzy triangular number Multi-attribute group decision making Preference Shared decision making
This research is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 71171142) and Tianjin Philosophy and Social Sciences Research Planning Project (No. TJGL16-013Q).
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