Table 1: Before CPR patient decision aid questionnaire results.

StatementsStrongly disagree
(%)
Disagree
(%)
Neutral
(%)
Agree
(%)
Strongly agree
(%)

Most patients prefer to make decisions on their own6 (29%)1 (5%)12 (57%)2 (9%)
Most patients prefer to make decisions withothers20 (95%)1 (5%)
Most patients prefer to make decisions after considering their health care team’s opinions4 (19%)15 (71%)2 (9%)
Patient decision support will increase patient involvement in making health decisions3 (14%)15 (71%)3 (14%)
Nurses generally feel confident about providing patient decision support1 (5%)4 (19%)8 (38%)8 (38%)
Nurses understand patient decision support concepts 4 (19%)16 (76%)1 (5%)
Nurses need to increase their knowledge of decision support1 (5%)1 (5%)14 (67%)5 (24%)
Nurses need to enhance their ability to provide patient decision support2 (9%)16 (76%)3 (14%)
There should be more education on patient decision support/aids16 (76%)5 (24%)
I feel more education on patient decision support/aid would benefit the patient16 (76%)5 (24%)