Involving adolescents with chronic disease in their own treatment

08/27/2013 | Journal of Adolescent Health

Adolescents with chronic disease want to be involved in treatment decision-making and may have specific information needs. They perceive a role for themselves that is distinct from that of their parents or physicians. Although most express satisfaction with how decisions occurred, given another opportunity many would prefer a different role. (Free-text is time limited.)

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