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OBJECTIVE To define the structure and content of health economics teaching in undergraduate medical degrees in the UK, and identify and quantify differences in student knowledge, with a view to informing the health economics curricula. METHODS Semi-structured interviews with senior teaching staff in three Medical Schools, a review of course documentation,(More)
The efficacy of the management of long-term conditions depends in part on whether healthcare and health behaviours are complements or substitutes in the health production function. On the one hand, individuals might believe that improved health care can raise the marginal productivity of their own health behaviour and decide to complement health care with(More)
BACKGROUND Understanding preferences for the process and outcomes of clinical genetics services (CGS) is a first step to developing these services appropriately. AIM The aim of this study was to quantify the relative importance of attributes defining the process of service delivery and the patient outcomes of CGS. METHODS An online hybrid conjoint(More)
Background Two previous systematic reviews have summarised the application of discrete choice experiments to value preferences for pharmacy services. These reviews identified a total of twelve studies and described how discrete choice experiments have been used to value pharmacy services but did not describe or discuss the application of methods used in the(More)
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