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Reimbursement agencies in several countries now require health outcomes to be measured in terms of quality-adjusted life-years (QALYs), leading to an immense increase in publications reporting QALY gains. However, there is a growing concern that the various 'multi-attribute utility' (MAU) instruments designed to measure the Q in the QALY yield disparate(More)
BACKGROUND The National Health Plan (2007-2010) establishes that users should participate in development of all parts of the health services. We have investigated whether and how patients participate in development of guidelines in Norway. MATERIAL AND METHODS Nine doctors and one nurse, trained in the AGREE instrument (an international tool for(More)
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