How would you rate [Sarah’s] experience of being involved in making
decisions about her health care or treatment?
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I am now going to read you stories about people's experiences with health care services. I wanted you to think about these people's experiences as if they were your own. Once I have finished reading each story, I will ask you to rate what happened in th estory as very good, good, moderate, bad or very bad.
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When [Sarah] wanted treatment for her swollen limbs, the nurses at her clinic discussed many possible treatments with her. They discussed all the pro’s and
con’s of each treatment with her and then recommended one to her.