Discrete Choice Experiments for Health Policy : past, present, and future
Discrete keuze experimenten voor gezondheidsbeleid: verleden, heden en toekomst
The aim of this dissertation was to contribute to the growing field of health-related stated-preference research by addressing research questions that relate to the past, the present and the future of the DCE methodology. The dissertation includes a review of health-related DCEs published between 2009 and 2012 for which practices and trends, including progress in methodology, were discussed.
It further includes three state of the art DCE applications on:
1) pandemic vaccination programs (ECOM project),
2) health insurance, and
3) personal health records.
In addition, the dissertation includes three methodological studies in which:
1) the implications of the use of different unforced choice formats were explored,
2) it was explored if and how the mode of DCE administration (pen-and-paper or online) affects the outcomes of a DCE, and
3) structured interviews showed how respondents complete the choice sets of a DCE.
The dissertation concludes with a number of recommendations for health policy and recommendations for DCE researchers.
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|E.W. Steyerberg (Ewout) , E.W. de Bekker-Grob (Esther) , A.C. Lambooij (Antoinette)|
|Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|This PhD trajectory was funded by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme ((FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement no. 278763), the Department of Public Health of Erasmus MC University Medical Center Rotterdam and by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM). Printing of this dissertation was financially supported by the Department of Public Health of Erasmus MC University Medical Center Rotterdam and by the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM).|
|Organisation||Department of Public Health|
Determann, D. (2016, September 28). Discrete Choice Experiments for Health Policy : past, present, and future. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/93299