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Evaluation of the Decision-Making Mode during Digestive Oncology Multidisciplinary Meetings: a Prospective Study in a Moroccan Center

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Chaimae Charoui, Amine Souadka, Saber Boutayeb, Rachida Latib, Laila Rifai, Laila Amrani, Amine Benkabbou, Raouf Mohsine, Mohammed Anass Majbar

JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND SURGICAL RESEARCH – Vol. VII, n 1, June, 2020. Pages: 764-769

Abstract:

Introduction: The multidisciplinary team oncology meeting (MDT) has become a standard in oncology. The objective of this study was to evaluate the value of a validated tool, the Metric for the Observation of Decision-Making, in the evaluation of the decision-making mode during the digestive cancer MDT in order to reach recommendations for improvement.

Results: Eight consecutive MDTs were observed (N = 228 patients). On average, 32 patients were discussed by MDT with an average of 2 min 55 s (interval: 30 s-10 min 16 s) per patient. A decision was reached in 84.6% of the cases. Although the medical information was judged to be of good quality, the psychosocial information (average 1.29) and the patients’ point of view (average 1.03) were judged to be of low quality. For teamwork, the contribution of surgeons (average 4.56) and oncologists (average 3.99) was greater than radiologists (3.12), radiotherapists (1.74) and pathologists (1.02).

Conclusions: The tool made it possible to identify a disparity in the quality of the different aspects of the information and in the participation of specialists, making it possible to identify specific improvement measures. Its regular use would improve the quality of patient care.

Keywords: Decision making, Quality improvement, Multidisciplinary concertation meeting, MDT-MODe, Morocco

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