Patient weighting of osteoporosis medication attributes across racial and ethnic groups: a study of osteoporosis medication preferences using conjoint analysis

@article{Silverman2012PatientWO,
  title={Patient weighting of osteoporosis medication attributes across racial and ethnic groups: a study of osteoporosis medication preferences using conjoint analysis},
  author={Stuart Silverman and Andrew Calderon and Kaveeta Kaw and Teresa Childers and Bruce Stafford and Wendy D. Brynildsen and Augusto Focil and Markus K{\"o}nig and Deborah T. Gold},
  journal={Osteoporosis International},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={2067-2077}
}
We studied the ranking of osteoporosis (OP) medication attributes in a convenience sample of four different racial/ethnic groups in the United States. Our study showed that postmenopausal women differ in the ranking of OP medication attributes based on age, educational level, income, and prior fracture history. Decision making about OP medication-related behavior relies heavily on patient preferences about specific medication attributes. Patients may decide to initiate, change, or stop… CONTINUE READING

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