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Table 1 Checklist provided to the participants at the end of the training course to support the integration of the argumentative principles taught in the course into daily practice

From: Building bridges between doctors and patients: the design and pilot evaluation of a training session in argumentation for chronic pain experts

1. In your opinion, what is your problem?
2. In your opinion, what is the cause of your problem?
3. Do you think that there is a connection between your problem and some aspects of your life? If yes, which one?
4. Do you have any concerns in relation to your health condition?
5. What is your biggest burden in relation to your health condition?
6. What do you expect from a treatment?
7. Have you heard about a treatment that you would like to try?
8. Have you heard about a treatment that you would like to avoid?
9. Have you already tried a treatment that met your expectations? If yes, which one?
10. Have you already tried a treatment that fell short of expectations? If yes, which one?