Thursday February 22nd 2018

Using A Mixed Methods Approach to Develop A Discrete Choice Experiment In Multiple Sclerosis

NICE has suggested that patient preference plays a role in physician selection of some Multiple Sclerosis (MS) treatments, but existing patient preference surveys are developed using literature rather than patient input. Aims of this study were: combine existing literature with patient interviews to develop a discrete choice experiment (DCE) to assess patient preference for MS treatments and compare and contrast this information to critically appraise the mixed methods approach. (Source: Value in Health)

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Using A Mixed Methods Approach to Develop A Discrete Choice Experiment In Multiple Sclerosis

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