Patient preferences for the pharmacological treatment of osteoarthritis: a feasibility study using adaptive choice-based conjoint analysis (ACBCA)

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Al-Omari, Basem; Sim, Julius; Croft, Peter; Frisher, Martin;

Rationale, aims and objectives\ud \ud Patient preferences are an important part of optimizing the pharmacological treatment of osteoarthritis (OA). Recent choice experiments have explored this issue using two types of conjoint analysis: choice-based conjoint analysis (C... View more
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