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We have developed a Discussion Prioritization Tool (DPT) for older adults consider adjuvant chemotherapy that utilizes Conjoint Analysis (CA) methodology and the objective of the current study is to assess usability of this DPT in our target population, older adults with breast cancer and to adapt the tool to optimize usability for our target population.


Clinical Trial Description

Given the complexity of adjuvant chemotherapy decision making for older adults with breast cancer, enhancing support and promoting treatment discussions in the context of patient's goals and preferences is an important need. With this need in mind, our group has completed interviews with patients with cancer patients who are considering adjuvant therapy. As a result of these interviews, our group has developed a common list of attributes (variables found to be important in decision making) that were used to create the Discussion Prioritization Tool (DPT) using Conjoint Analysis (CA) methodology. CA which is a method that can assess the relative importance that patients place on different aspects of care by asking patients to make a series of trade-offs between competing options. The purpose of this study is to assess the usability of a Discussion Prioritization Tool, administered through a tablet, laptop, or computer, for its ability to aid in treatment decision-making. We would like to gather feedback from individuals to improve and adapt the communication tool. ;


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NCT number NCT05073432
Study type Interventional
Source University of Rochester
Contact Allison Magnuson, DO
Phone 585-275-5863
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase Phase 1
Start date July 28, 2021
Completion date June 1, 2022

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