Public Preferences for the Allocation of Donor Liver Grafts for Transplantation
Health Economics 2000 March; 9(2): 137-148
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Patients' Preferences Regarding the Process and Outcomes of Life-Saving Technology: An Application of Conjoint Analysis to Liver Transplantation Ratcliffe, Julie; Buxton, Martin (1999)The economic technique of conjoint analysis was used to assess the relative importance of health outcome versus several process attributes (e.g., waiting time, continuity of contact with the same medical staff) in determining ...
Neuberger, James; Adams, David; MacMaster, Paul; Maidment, Anita; Speed, Mark (1998-07-18)OBJECTIVES: To compare the priorities of the general public, family doctors, and gastroenterologists in allocating donor livers to potential recipients of liver allograft. DESIGN: Representative quota sampling of 1000 members ...