1. How did you experience the communication concerning the decision making by your doctor in comparison with previous consultations?
A. In this conversation I was more involved in the decision-making process than usually
B. In this conversation I was less involved in the decision-making process than usually
C. The doctor behaved in the same way as usually
2. Did you ever use decision aids to make a decision about your treatment? If yes: which decision aids did you use?a
3. Do you think you would benefit from different tools when making a decision about your treatment? E.g. on the internet, a flyer or an app. If yes, go to question 4. If no, go to question 6
4. In the previous question you indicated your need for decision aids. Which tools would you prefer? Multiple answers possible
A. The pros and cons of each treatment
B. The effects and side effects of each treatment
C. Questions about your preferences which guide you to make a decision about your treatment
D. A proposal of critical questions to ask your doctor for more information about the different treatment options
5. What kind of format would you prefer to present the above chosen aids?
C. An app for your smartphone
6. How important do you think it is that you and your doctor agree on the decision made? (on a scale from 0 to 5)
0: Not important at all
1: Mostly not important
2: Partly not important
3: Partly important
4: Mostly important
5: Very important
7. If you and your doctor have to make a decision, who makes the decision in the end?
A. Your doctor
C. Both of you
8. If you and your doctor disagree about a decision, whose opinion do you eventually follow?
A. The doctor’s opinion
B. Your own opinion