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1-Sep-2013An investigation of the construct validity of the ICECAP-A capability measureAl-Janabi, H; Peters, TJ; Brazier, J; Bryan, S; Flynn, TN; Clemens, S; Moody, A; Coast, J
1-Jun-2012Using qualitative methods for attribute development for discrete choice experiments: Issues and recommendationsCoast, J; Al-Janabi, H; Sutton, EJ; Horrocks, SA; Vosper, AJ; Swancutt, DR; Flynn, TN
1-Feb-2012Development of a self-report measure of capability wellbeing for adults: The ICECAP-AAl-Janabi, H; Flynn, TN; Coast, J
Jan-2012Developing adolescent-specific health state values for economic evaluation: an application of profile case best-worst scaling to the Child Health Utility 9DRatcliffe, J; Flynn, TN; Terlich, FF; Stevens, K; Brazier, JE; Sawyer, M
21-Nov-2011QALYs and carersAl-Janabi, H; Flynn, TN; Coast, J
5-Sep-2011Assessing quality of life among British older people using the ICEPOP CAPability (ICECAP-O) measureFlynn, TN; Chan, P; Coast, J; Peters, TJ
1-May-2011Estimation of a preference-based carer experience scaleAl-Janabi, H; Flynn, TN; Coast, J
17-Sep-2010Using best-worst scaling choice experiments to measure public perceptions and preferences for healthcare reform in AustraliaLouviere, JJ; Flynn, TN
8-Sep-2010Using conjoint analysis and choice experiments to estimate QALY values: Issues to considerFlynn, TN
1-Jun-2010Using discrete choice experiments to understand preferences for quality of life. Variance-scale heterogeneity mattersFlynn, TN; Louviere, JJ; Peters, TJ; Coast, J
1-Jan-2010Valuing citizen and patient preferences in health: Recent developments in three types of best-worst scalingFlynn, TN
Jan-2010Discrete choice experiments are not conjoint analysisLouviere, JJ; Flynn, TN; Carson, R
Jan-2009Developing an index of capability for older people: A new form of measure for public health interventions?Coast, J; Flynn, TN; Grewal, I; Lewis, J; Natarajan, L; Sproston, K; Peters, T; Dawson, S; Morris, ZS
19-Dec-2008Estimating preferences for a dermatology consultation using Best-Worst Scaling: Comparison of various methods of analysisFlynn, TN; Louviere, JJ; Peters, TJ; Coast, J
22-Oct-2008Rescaling quality of life values from discrete choice experiments for use as QALYs: A cautionary taleFlynn, TN; Louviere, JJ; Marley, AAJ; Coast, J; Peters, TJ
1-Oct-2008Probabilistic models of set-dependent and attribute-level best-worst choiceMarley, AAJ; Flynn, TN; Louviere, JJ
1-Sep-2008Valuing the ICECAP capability index for older peopleCoast, J; Flynn, TN; Natarajan, L; Sproston, K; Lewis, J; Louviere, JJ; Peters, TJ
1-Jul-2008What do people value when they provide unpaid care for an older person? A meta-ethnography with interview follow-upAl-Janabi, H; Coast, J; Flynn, TN
1-Jan-2007Best-worst scaling: What it can do for health care research and how to do itFlynn, TN; Louviere, JJ; Peters, TJ; Coast, J
1-Dec-2006Maximising responses to discrete choice experiments: A randomised trialCoast, J; Flynn, TN; Salisbury, C; Louviere, J; Peters, TJ