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Discrete Choice Experiment research at HERC

Questionnaire on conditions of the Aged © Wellcome Images
Questionnaire on conditions of the Aged

We have recently expanded our portfolio of research into the elicitation of patient, clinician and community preferences for healthcare interventions using discrete choice experiments (DCEs). DCEs provide information about what is important to patients and health care providers, which can enhance clinical decision-making and support policies to maximise benefit to society as a whole. We are involved in methodological projects that seek to improve DCE survey design and analysis, applied to several clinical areas.

  • CONSIDER (Kidney Disease) Study)

  • STRATEGIC (Strategies to Increase Cervical Screening Uptake at First Invitation) Study

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