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Table 2 Summary of results

From: Qualitative analysis of clinicians’ perspectives on the use of a computerized decision aid in the treatment of psychotic disorders

Views on TREAT’s: TREAT experienced as promoting TREAT experienced as limiting
1. Graphicrepresentation Improved representation versus ROM-letter Successful feedback routines not in need of change
2. Treatment recommendations Supported clinical reasoning and discussions with patients Too generic, comprehensive or inapplicable
3. Contextual factors Structured and complete screening routines Time pressure and unavailable resources
4. Effects on patients Sense of ownership and increased commitment Overwhelming and difficult
5. Effects on shared decision-making Facilitated shared decision-making Clinical decisions often remained unchanged