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Discrete choice experiment, measuring patient preferences

12th of March 2024 @ 15.00 – 17.00h

By Joost Wammes and Janet Vroomen-McNeil

Veerle Coupe and Judith Bosmans are organizing a series on Medical Decision Making.
This is the third tutorial in a series of four tutorials.

This tutorial by Joost Wammes and Janet Macneil Vroomen will focus on discrete choice experiments and measuring patient preferences.

During this tutorial, Janet MacNeil-Vroomen and Joost Wammes will providean example of designing a dementia friendly DCE to enable older adults living with dementia and their informal caregivers to age in place. They will share theirexperience with attribute development and how visuals can be used for the attribute levels. Finally, they will discuss how results of discrete choice experiments can be made more accessible for the general public and policy makers, and how these results can be used for healthcare decision making.

When: Tuesday 12th of March 2024
Time: 15:00-17:00h
Location: VU Campus

In this series we will go in depth on how to improve health care and health policy decisions. How to determine the best decision when randomized trial data is absent? How to take patient preferences into account in decision making? And how to measure these preferences? In this tutorial series, these different aspects of medical decision making will be discussed. The series consist of four tutorials.

Save the date for the last of tutorial of the series!

  • TBA: Risk communication and value clarification in Shared Decision Making. By Olga Damman.

(The tutorials can be followed separately, it is not obligatory to attend all 4 tutorials).

We hope to see you there!