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Table 2 Comparison of Psychosocial and Satisfaction Outcomes in Control and Intervention Patients

From: Feasibility and perception of a question prompt list in outpatient cancer care

  Control Patients (n = 30) No. Endorsing/No. Answered (%) Intervention Patients (n = 60) No. Endorsing/No. Answered (%)
Clinician confidence in knowing patient’s preferences regarding clinical decisions to be madea 10/30 (33%) 28/59 (47%)
GAD-7 Anxiety
 Score > 10 indicating significant likelihood of anxiety disorder 3/27 (11%) 3/46 (7%)
 Median Score (range) 4 (0–20) 2 (0–14)
PROMIS Short Form
 Mean (SD) Physical Health T-Score 46.04 (9.48) 47.64 (8.3)
 Mean (SD) Mental Health T-Score 54.0 (8.56) 53.28 (6.97)
Patient Satisfaction (PSQ-18 subscale score > 4 indicating agreement or strong agreement that the patient was satisfied with the particular domain)
 General Satisfaction 18/27 (67%) 28/44 (64%)
 Technical Quality 18/27 (67%) 30/43 (70%)
 Interpersonal Manner 15/27 (56%) 31/45 (69%)
 Communication 17/27 (63%) 28/45 (62%)
 Financial Aspects 16/27 (59%) 21/43 (49%)
 Time Spent with Doctor 15/26 (58%) 22/45 (49%)
Trust in Physician Scale
 Median Score (range) 70.45 (54.55–77.27) 70.45 (29.55–81.82)
Discussed Cancer with PCP 20/26 (77%) 25/45 (56%)
Uncertainty About Cancer Care 5/27 (19%) 3/42 (7%)
  1. aResponse options: very confident, somewhat confident, confident, not confident, very unsure; responses of confident, somewhat confident, or very confident counted as “endorsed”