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Table 2 Table of quantitative variables and time points of collection

From: Listening in on difficult conversations: an observational, multi-center investigation of real-time conversations in medical oncology

  Clinician consent Pre-visit Visit Post-visit ~3 months
Baseline Clinician Survey      
 Demographics     
 Professional practice     
Baseline Patient Survey      
 Quality of life      
  Overall      
  Emotional well-being      
  Physical well-being      
  Intellectual well-being      
  Social activity      
  Spiritual well-being      
  Pain      
  Fatigue      
  Support from friends/family      
  Treatment burden on self      
  Treatment burden on family      
 Functional literacy      
 Demographics      
Observation      
 RIAS coding      
Post-Encounter Patient Survey      
 Agenda setting in visit      
 Patient-centeredness      
 Concerns not discussed      
 Shared decision-making      
 Clinician rating      
 Visit satisfaction      
 Quality control- observation bias      
Post-Encounter Clinician Survey      
 Patient position on cancer control spectrum      
 Decision made      
 Quality of visit      
3-Month Follow up Patient Survey      
 Quality of life     
  Overall     
  Emotional well-being     
  Physical well-being     
  Intellectual well-being     
  Social activity     
  Spiritual well-being     
  Pain     
  Fatigue     
  Support     
  Treatment burden on self     
  Treatment burden on family     
 Cancer care decision-making preference and experience     
 CAM use     
Chart Review      
 Location of patient care     
 Insurance     
 Family cancer history     
 General cancer information     
 Complementary and integrative medicine referrals     
 Cancer related CAM use     
Post-Study Clinician Survey      
 Discussing CAM     
 Discussing psychosocial issues     
 Discussing End-of-life care