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期刊名称: Value in Health
Volume:14    Issue:4        Page:403-413
ISSN:1098-3015

Conjoint Analysis Applications in Health—a Checklist: A Report of the ISPOR Good Research Practices for Conjoint Analysis Task Force期刊论文

作者: Bridges John F.P. PhD|Hauber A. Brett PhD|Marshall Deborah PhD|Lloyd Andrew DPhil|Prosser Lisa A. PhD|Regier Dean A. PhD|Johnson F. Reed PhD|Mauskopf Josephine PhD
DOI:10.1016/j.jval.2010.11.013

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页码: 403-413
被引频次: 476
出版者: Elsevier Inc,ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC
期刊名称: Value in Health
ISSN: 1098-3015
卷期: Volume:14    Issue:4
语言: English
摘要: Abstract Background The application of conjoint analysis (including discrete-choice experiments and other multiattribute stated-preference methods) in health has increased rapidly over the past decade. A wider acceptance of these methods is limited by an absence of consensus-based methodological standards. Objective The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Good Research Practices for Conjoint Analysis Task Force was established to identify good research practices for conjoint-analysis applications in health. Methods The task force met regularly to identify the important steps in a conjoint analysis, to discuss good research practices for conjoint analysis, and to develop and refine the key criteria for identifying good research practices. ISPOR members contributed to this process through an extensive consultation process. A final consensus meeting was held to revise the article using these comments, and those of a number of international reviewers. Results Task force findings are presented as a 10-item checklist covering: 1) research question; 2) attributes and levels; 3) construction of tasks; 4) experimental design; 5) preference elicitation; 6) instrument design; 7) data-collection plan; 8) statistical analyses; 9) results and conclusions; and 10) study presentation. A primary question relating to each of the 10 items is posed, and three sub-questions examine finer issues within items. Conclusions Although the checklist should not be interpreted as endorsing any specific methodological approach to conjoint analysis, it can facilitate future training activities and discussions of good research practices for the application of conjoint-analysis methods in health care studies.
相关主题: Internal Medicine, economic evaluation, good research practice, discrete-choice experimental, conjoint analysis, Conjoint analysis, Good research practice, Economic evaluation, Discrete-choice experimental, RISK-BENEFIT PREFERENCES, SCHIZOPHRENIA, PATIENT PREFERENCES, CARE, PRINCIPLES, INDIVIDUALS, WILLINGNESS-TO-PAY, THERAPY, DISCRETE-CHOICE EXPERIMENT, DISEASE, HEALTH CARE SCIENCES & SERVICES, HEALTH POLICY & SERVICES, ECONOMICS, Outcome Assessment (Health Care) - methods, Delivery of Health Care - standards, Delivery of Health Care - methods, Internationality, Checklist - standards, Humans, Research Design - standards, Advisory Committees - standards, Economics, Pharmaceutical - standards, Research Report - standards, Checklist - methods, Outcome Assessment (Health Care) - standards, Index Medicus,

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