Last updated on July 2019

Culturally Tailored Decision Aid for Hispanic Patients Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer


Brief description of study

A pilot study testing the effect of an in-visit English and Spanish language decision aid for Hispanic-Latino men using best practices of cultural tailoring to be used in urology practice. Subjects will be followed for approximately 1 year during standard care in-clinic office visits. Study results and subject surveys will be analyzed to determine clinical utility of the tool.

Detailed Study Description

The objective of this research is to determine the effect of a culturally tailored decision aid tool on the cancer treatment decisions of Hispanic-Latino patients.

The specific aims are:

i. To develop and pilot test in an uncontrolled fashion an in-visit English and Spanish language decision aid for Hispanic-Latino men using best practices of cultural tailoring to be used in urology practice ii. To pilot and test the impact of a culturally tailored, English and Spanish language version of the Prostate Choice in-visit decision aid on decision quality, knowledge, and quality of life in low-income Hispanic/Latino patients diagnosed with localized prostate cancer iii. To assess the barriers and facilitators of decision aid use including the relative contribution of language-concordance on 1-year practice implementation parameters.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03157947

Recruitment Status: Closed


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