Development and Acceptability Testing of a Patient Decision Aid for Urinary Diversion with Radical Cystectomy Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • PURPOSE: The choice of urinary diversion at cystectomy is a life altering decision. Patient decision aids are clinical tools that promote shared decision making by providing information about management options and helping patients communicate their values. We sought to develop and evaluate a patient decision aid for individuals undergoing cystectomy with urinary diversion. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We used the IPDAS (International Patient Decision Aids Standards) to guide a systematic development process. A literature review was performed to determine urinary diversion options and the incidence of outcomes. We created a prototype using the Ottawa Decision Support Framework. A 10-question survey was used to assess patient decision aid acceptability among patients, allied health professionals and urologists. The primary outcome was acceptability of the patient decision aid. RESULTS: Ileal conduit and orthotopic neobladder were included as primary urinary diversion options because they had the most evidence and are most commonly performed. Continent cutaneous diversion was identified as an alternative option. Outcomes specific to ileal conduit were stomal stenosis and parastomal hernia. Outcomes specific to neobladder were daytime and nighttime urinary incontinence and urinary retention. Acceptability testing was completed by 8 urologists, 9 patients and 1 advanced practice nurse. Of the respondents 94% reported that the language was appropriate, 94% reported that the length was adequate and 83% reported that option presentation was balanced. The patient decision aid met all 6 IPDAS defining criteria, all 6 certification criteria and 21 of 23 quality criteria. CONCLUSIONS: We created a novel patient decision aid to improve the quality of decisions made by patients when deciding among urinary diversion options. Effectiveness testing will be performed prospectively.

authors

  • McAlpine, Kristen
  • Lavallée, Luke T
  • Stacey, Dawn
  • Moodley, Preveshen
  • Cagiannos, Ilias
  • Morash, Christopher
  • Black, Peter C
  • Kulkarni, Girish S
  • Shayegan, Bobby
  • Kassouf, Wassim
  • Siemens, Robert
  • So, Alan
  • Leveridge, Michael J
  • Boorjian, Stephen A
  • Daneshmand, Siamak
  • Smith, Angela B
  • Power, Nicholas
  • Izawa, Jonathan
  • Drachenberg, Darrel E
  • Fairey, Adrian
  • Rendon, Ricardo A
  • Breau, Rodney H

publication date

  • November 2019