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Table 3 Stakeholder engagement fit general model

From: Stakeholder engagement analysis - a bioethics dilemma in patient-targeted intervention: patients with temporomandibular joint disorders

  Subjective Objective
Stakeholder Perception of the stakeholder’s energy level, mood, abilities and skills, and willingness to meet the demands imposed by their engagement in the clinical decision-making process for patient-targeted intervention. Effectiveness in taking on own role as stakeholder, facing financial hardship, adapting in changing life’s role and routine, and controlling psycho-emotional strain and stress associated with the demands imposed by their engagement in patient-targeted intervention.
Engagement in the clinical decision-making process Stakeholder’s understanding and knowledge of the clinical condition at hand, of the options for treatment, of the best available evidence (i.e., health literacy). Bioethical concerns, including privacy, bias, ensuring “individualized equal care” [27], minimizing “cumulative incremental risks” [28], and values [29].