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Acknowledgements

I am most grateful to all the patients, health care professionals and administrators who took part and made this research possible. The data were collected in a study 'Exploring patient participation in decision-making', led by V. Entwistle and I. Watt, and funded by the Department of Health: Health in Partnership Programme (reference 3700514).

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