Discrete-choice experiment to analyse preferences for centralizing specialist cancer surgery services.
Maddineni, Satish B
Shackley, David C
AffiliationDepartment of Applied Health Research, University College London, London, UK
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AbstractCentralizing specialist cancer surgery services aims to reduce variations in quality of care and improve patient outcomes, but increases travel demands on patients and families. This study aimed to evaluate preferences of patients, health professionals and members of the public for the characteristics associated with centralization.
CitationDiscrete-choice experiment to analyse preferences for centralizing specialist cancer surgery services. 2018, 105(5): 587-596 Br J Surg
JournalThe British Journal of Surgery