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Jan-2012What's good and bad about contraceptive products? A best-worst attribute experiment comparing the values of women consumers and GPsKnox, SA; Viney, RC; Street, D; Haas, MR; Fiebig, DG; Weisberg, E; Bateson, D
1-Feb-2018Australian Utility Weights for the EORTC QLU-C10D, a Multi-Attribute Utility Instrument Derived from the Cancer-Specific Quality of Life Questionnaire, EORTC QLQ-C30King, MT; Viney, R; Simon Pickard, A; Rowen, D; Aaronson, NK; Brazier, JE; Cella, D; Costa, DSJ; Fayers, PM; Kemmler, G; McTaggart-Cowen, H; Mercieca-Bebber, R; Peacock, S; Street, DJ; Young, TA; Norman, R; Aaronson, N; Brazier, J; Cella, D; Costa, D; Fayers, P; Grimison, P; Janda, M; King (Chair), M; McTaggart-Cowan, H; Mercieca-Bebber, R; Norman, R; Pickard, S; Velikova, G; Street, D; Young, T
2015Complexity and doctor choices when discussing contraceptivesFiebig, D; Viney, RC; Haas, M; Knox, S; Street, D; Weisberg, E; Bateson, D
2019Investigating the relative value of health and social care related quality of life using a discrete choice experimentMulhern, B; Norman, R; De Abreu Lourenco, R; Street, D; Malley, J; Viney, R
2019Developing UK values for cancer health statesNorman, R; Mercieca-Bebber, R; Brazier, JE; Cella, D; Pickard, AS; Rowen, D; Street, D; Viney, R; King, MT
2019Design of Discrete Choice ExperimentsStreet, D; Viney, R
1-Dec-2002Dissecting the Random Component of UtilityLouviere, J; Street, D; Carson, R; Ainslie, A; Deshazo, JR; Cameron, T; Hensher, D; Kohn, R; Marley, T
Jan-2001Resolvable Designs for Resolving DisputesStreet, D; Wilson, WH
1-May-2010Does mode of administration matter? Comparison of online and face-to-face administration of a time trade-off taskNorman, R; King, MT; Clarke, D; Viney, R; Cronin, P; Street, D
1-Jan-2009International comparisons in valuing eq-5d health states: A review and analysisNorman, R; Cronin, P; Viney, R; King, M; Street, D; Ratcliffe, J
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