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This paper focuses on the elicitation of patients’ preferences for cardiac rehabilitation activities from a discrete choice experiment using a mixed model. We observed a high level of preference heterogeneity among patients for all the five cardiac rehabilitation activities—even when age and...
Objectives The Palestinian DHS2004 reports on pregnancy intentions and their determinants are analyzed for the first time. Through this analysis, the survey instrument limitations are also highlighted.
Policy-making in the European Union (EU) is a complex process that can appear impenetrable and opaque. This paper examines the ongoing process of mental health policy-making in the EU. In 2005, the Health and Consumer Protectorate Director-General of the European Commission published a Green...
Objective The objective of this paper is to describe the frequency of duplicative medication use and to estimate the drug cost associated with duplicative medications in patients who visit multiple medical institutions in Japan.
Objective This study examines the factors associated with the enrollment, satisfaction, and sustainability of the New Cooperative Medical Scheme (NCMS) program in six study areas in rural Beijing.
This paper addresses the question of expertise in relation to technology assessments, arguing both that “lay expertise” is necessary and that “lay expertise” should not be interpreted as equivalent to “patient expertise”. It presents findings from a prospective study of the social...
Background/aim The introduction of integrated nursing home care is an important policy goal in many countries and is expected to affect the type, frequency and duration of activities delivered to nursing home residents. The exact impact however is unknown. The aim of this paper is to reduce this...
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