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Decision Making in Multiple Sclerosis Care Under Uncertainty

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Decision Making in Multiple Sclerosis Care Under Uncertainty

The main objectives of this study are: i) To determine patient-level, physician-level and health system factors influencing therapeutic decisions in multiple sclerosis (MS) care by applying conjoint discrete experiments. ii) To determine the prevalence of therapeutic inertia among participating neurologists. iii) To compare clinical judgement vs. a qualitative or quantitative approach when assessing for a given case-scenario. iv) To evaluate the influence of decision fatigue in treatment decisions.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
Recruiting patients only common.study.methods.is-healthy-yes

Quantitative risk

Participants will be able to see a square box that represent the estimated risk of disease progression. They will have to elect making a therapeutic decision based on the description of the case-scenario or based on the estimated prediction as represented in the square box.

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Decision Making in Multiple Sclerosis Care Under Uncertainty

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NCT04035720

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