Investigating preferences for support with life after stroke: a discrete choice experiment

@inproceedings{Burton2014InvestigatingPF,
  title={Investigating preferences for support with life after stroke: a discrete choice experiment},
  author={Christopher Richard Burton and Emily Fargher and Catrin O. Plumpton and Gwerfyl Wyn Roberts and Heledd Owen and Eryl Roberts},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND There is little evidence of service user preferences to guide the commissioning and improvement of services that support life after stroke. We report the first investigation of patients' and family carers' preferences for community services after stroke using a discrete choice experiment (DCE). METHODS Two workshops with patients and family carers (n = 8) explored stroke experiences, identifying attributes important in shaping views about service design, and piloted data collection… CONTINUE READING
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