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Comans, T.

How do people with dementia and family carers value dementia-specific quality of life states? An explorative “Think Aloud” study

Objective: To investigate the decision-making processes applied by people with dementia and family carers participating in using health economic approaches to value dementia-specific quality of life states. Methods: People with dementia (n = 13) and family carers (n = 14) participated in valuing quality of life states using two health economic approaches: Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) and Best Worst Scaling (BWS). Participants were encouraged to explain their reasoning using a “Think Aloud” approach.

Tue, 10/22/2019 - 14:36

Guidelines for conducting and reporting economic evaluation of fall prevention strategies

Summary: Falls in older people result in substantial health burden. Compelling evidence indicates that falls can be prevented. We developed comprehensive guidelines for economic evaluations of fall prevention interventions to facilitate publication of high-quality economic evaluations of the effective strategies and aid decision making.

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 15:22