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Chronically ill patients’ preferences for a financial incentive in a lifestyle intervention. Results of a discrete choice experiment

questionnaire. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Claudia Molema. Data curation: Claudia Molema. Formal analysis: Claudia Molema, Jorien Veldwijk. Funding acquisition: Wanda Wendel-Vos, Ardine de Wit ... , Ien van de Goor, Jantine Schuit. Investigation: Claudia Molema. Methodology: Jorien Veldwijk, Ardine de Wit. Supervision: Wanda Wendel-Vos, Ien van de Goor, Jantine Schuit. Writing ? original draft

Short-term mental distress in research participants after receiving cardiovascular risk information

Grauman, Mats G. Hansson, Arvid Puranen, Stefan James, Jorien Veldwijk. Data curation: ?sa Grauman, Arvid Puranen. Formal analysis: ?sa Grauman, Jorien Veldwijk. Funding acquisition: Mats G. Hansson ... . Investigation: ?sa Grauman, Stefan James, Jorien Veldwijk. Methodology: ?sa Grauman, Jorien Veldwijk. Project administration: ?sa Grauman, Mats G. Hansson. Supervision: Mats G. Hansson, Stefan James, Jorien

Public awareness and individual responsibility needed for judicious use of antibiotics: a qualitative study of public beliefs and perceptions

High consumption of antibiotics has been identified as an important driver for the increasing antibiotic resistance, considered to be one of the greatest threats to public health globally. Simply informing the public about this consequence is insufficient to induce behavioral change. This study explored beliefs and perceptions among Swedes, with the aim of identifying factors...

Exploring how individuals complete the choice tasks in a discrete choice experiment: an interview study

Background To be able to make valid inferences on stated preference data from a Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) it is essential that researchers know if participants were actively involved, understood and interpreted the provided information correctly and whether they used complex decision strategies to make their choices and thereby acted in accordance with the continuity axiom...

Exploring how individuals complete the choice tasks in a discrete choice experiment: an interview study

To be able to make valid inferences on stated preference data from a Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE) it is essential that researchers know if participants were actively involved, understood and interpreted the provided information correctly and whether they used complex decision strategies to make their choices and thereby acted in accordance with the continuity axiom. During...

The preferences of users of electronic medical records in hospitals: quantifying the relative importance of barriers and facilitators of an innovation

Marjolijn HL Struik Ferry Koster A Jantine Schuit 0 Rutger Nugteren Jorien Veldwijk 0 Mattijs S Lambooij 0 0 Department Quality of Care and Health Economics, National Institute for Public Health and

Consistency between stated and revealed preferences: a discrete choice experiment and a behavioural experiment on vaccination behaviour compared

Background Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs) are increasingly used in studies in healthcare research but there is still little empirical evidence for the predictive value of these hypothetical situations in similar real life circumstances. The aim of this paper is to compare the stated preferences in a DCE and the accompanying questionnaire with the revealed preferences of young...

The Effect of Including an Opt-Out Option in Discrete Choice Experiments

Objective to determine to what extent the inclusion of an opt-out option in a DCE may have an effect on choice behaviour and therefore might influence the attribute level estimates, the relative importance of the attributes and calculated trade-offs. Methods 781 Dutch Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus patients completed a questionnaire containing nine choice tasks with an opt-out option...

The preferences of users of electronic medical records in hospitals: quantifying the relative importance of barriers and facilitators of an innovation

Currently electronic medical records (EMRs) are implemented in hospitals, because of expected benefits for quality and safety of care. However the implementation processes are not unproblematic and are slower than needed. Many of the barriers and facilitators of the adoption of EMRs are identified, but the relative importance of these factors is still undetermined. This paper...

The effect of out-of-pocket costs and financial rewards in a discrete choice experiment: an application to lifestyle programs

Background Both out-of-pocket costs and financial rewards can be used to influence health related behavior. However, it is unclear which of these two has a larger effect on health related behavior. The aim of this study was to explore the possible difference in effect size between out-of-pocket costs and financial rewards on the willingness of diabetes mellitus type 2 (DM2...

The Predictive Value of Discrete Choice Experiments in Public Health: An Exploratory Application

Objective The objective of this study was to assess the predictive value of a discrete choice experiment (DCE) in public health by comparing stated preferences to actual behavior. Methods 780 Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients received a questionnaire, containing a DCE with five attributes related to T2DM patients’ willingness to participate in a combined lifestyle...

The prevalence of physical, sexual and mental abuse among adolescents and the association with BMI status

Background Studies among adults show an association between abuse and Body Mass Index (BMI) status. When an aberrant BMI status as a consequence of abuse is already prevalent in adolescence, early detection and treatment of abuse might prevent these adolescents from developing serious weight problems and other long-term social, emotional and physical problems in adulthood...

Type 2 diabetes patients’ preferences and willingness to pay for lifestyle programs: a discrete choice experiment

Background Participation rates of lifestyle programs among type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) patients are less than optimal around the globe. Whereas research shows notable delays in the development of the disease among lifestyle program participants. Very little is known about the relative importance of barriers for participation as well as the willingness of T2DM patients to pay...