|Qualitative themes||Quantitative items|
|Do you think it is important for your decision that …|
|Theme 1: Complete and understandable information||
… you receive information from your clinician about all possible treatment options?|
… you receive information from your clinician about your disease?
…your clinician gives you information about your disease that is understandable?
|Theme 2: Active role of patients in information gathering||
… you give your clinician information about how you experience your disease?|
… you search for information (for example on the Internet) about possible treatment options?
… you ask the questions you have?
|Theme 3: Hearing preference of the clinician||
… you follow your clinician in the proposed treatment advice?|
… you decide together with your clinician about your treatment?
… your clinician gives you advice about the best treatment option for you?
|Theme 4: Conduct of professionals||
… your clinician takes you seriously?|
… your clinician takes time for you?
… your clinician is friendly?
… your clinician asks you about your situation at home?
… your clinician provides the opportunity to ask questions?
… your clinician takes your treatment preferences seriously?
… you receive time from your clinician to think about what treatment you want to have?
|Theme 5: Opportunity to express own opinion||
… your clinician asks you what you think of the different treatment options?|
… your clinician lets you decide what treatment you want to undergo?
… the treatment that best fits for you is chosen?
|Theme 6: Role of family members||… you eventually decide with your family what treatment you want to have?|