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Table 4 Types of included preference studies

From: Methods to perform systematic reviews of patient preferences: a literature survey

Review Type of included preference studies reported by the review
Belinchón, 2016 CA, DCE
Bereza, 2015 WTP
Blanchard, 2016 RS, SG, TTO, VAS
Blinman, 2010 Preference study design not specified
Bradley, 2007 Preference study design not specified
Brooker, 2013 Preference study design not specified
Currie, 2014 DCE, SG, TTO
Damm, 2014 CA, DCE, RS, SG, TTO
Eek, 2016 CA
Eiring, 2015 CA, DCE, PC, RS, SG, TTO, VAS, WTP
Emberton, 2010 DCE, RS
Gutknecht, 2016 CA, DCE, RS, SG, TTO, VAS, WTP
Hamelinck, 2014 Preference study design not specified
Joy, 2013 CA, CV, RS, SG, TTO, WTP
Lytvyn, 2016 SG
MacLean, 2012 PTOT, RS, SG, TTO, VAS
Mansfield, 2016 CA, DCE
Phillips, 2006 CA, CV
Purnell, 2014 CA, DCE, RS, SG, TTO, VAS, WTP
Sadique, 2011 SG, WTP
Schatz, 2015 BWS, DCE, SG
Schmidt, 2016 CV, DCE, RS, WTP
Showalter, 2015 DCE, TTO
Stewart, 2016 BWS, CV, DCE, SG, TTO, WTP
Umar, 2012 DCE, PTO, SG, TTO, VAS, WTP
Van Brunt, 2011 DCE, SG
Von Arx, 2014 CV, DCE
Wilke, 2016 CA, DCE, PTO, SG, TTO, VAS
Wortley, 2014 DCE
  1. BWS Best-worst scaling, CA Conjoint analysis, CV Contingent valuation, DCE Discrete choice experiment, PC Pairwise comparison, PTO Person trade-off, PTOT Probability trade-off technique, RS Ranking or rating scale, SG Standard gamble, TTO Time trade-off, VAS Visual analogue scale, WTP Willingness to pay