A randomized trial testing the effect of narrative vignettes versus guideline summaries on provider response to a professional organization clinical policy for safe opioid prescribing
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Research brief (Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics)
Meisel, Zachary F., author
Metlay, Joshua P., author
Sinnenberg, Lauren, author
Kilaru, Austin S., author
Grossestreuer, Anne, author
Barg, Frances K., author
Shofer, Frances S., author
Rhodes, Karin V., author
Perrone, Jeanmarie, author
Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, issuing body.
Philadelphia, PA : Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, 2016
Analgesics, Opioid -- therapeutic use
Guidelines as Topic
Personal Narratives as Topic
Practice Patterns, Physicians'
Inappropriate Prescribing -- prevention & control
Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic
KEY FINDINGS: Narrative vignettes outperform standard summaries in promoting engagement with opioid prescription guidelines among a national sample of emergency physicians.
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- NLM Unique ID:
101683946 (See catalog record)
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