Dermatologist and Patient Preferences in Choosing Treatments for Moderate to Severe Psoriasis

@inproceedings{Alcusky2017DermatologistAP,
  title={Dermatologist and Patient Preferences in Choosing Treatments for Moderate to Severe Psoriasis},
  author={Matthew Alcusky and Seina P Lee and Gordon Lau and Gretchen R. Chiu and Nandini Hadker and Aparna Deshpande and Stephen Fleming and Nicola Vance and Steve S Fakharzadeh},
  booktitle={Dermatology and therapy},
  year={2017}
}
INTRODUCTION The objective of the study was to determine the relative importance (RI) of treatment attributes psoriasis patients and physicians consider when choosing between biologic therapies based on psoriasis severity. METHODS A discrete choice experiment (DCE) weighting preference for eight sets of hypothetical treatments for moderate or severe psoriasis was conducted. DCE hypothetical treatments were defined and varied on combinations of efficacy, safety, and dosing attributes… CONTINUE READING
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