Empowering people living with endometriosis through EndoChoice, a co-designed decision aid to support informed decision-making for endometriosis management

  • Sherman, Kerry (Primary Chief Investigator)
  • Armour, Mike (Chief Investigator)
  • Lau, Annie (Chief Investigator)
  • Abbott, Jason (Chief Investigator)
  • Cooper, Michael (Chief Investigator)
  • van Niekerk, Leesa (Chief Investigator)
  • Schubert, Ruth (Chief Investigator)
  • Ciccia, Donna (Chief Investigator)
  • Duckworth, Tanya (Chief Investigator)

Project: Research

Project Details


Although a variety of multimodal management options are recommended for physical and psychological symptoms of endometriosis (e.g., surgery, physiotherapy), decisions regarding treatment options are complex and challenging for those living with endometriosis. It’s important that people make endometriosis management decisions consistent with their own values and suited to their personal needs and preferences. Decision aids are effective interventions that support preference-based decision making in chronic conditions, yet no such intervention exists for endometriosis. In collaboration with people living with endometriosis we aim to develop and co-design an online decision aid (EndoChoice) to support decision making in endometriosis management.
Short titleEndoChoice Development
Effective start/end date1/03/2414/03/25