Research Paper: Patient and physician preferences for atopic dermatitis injection treatments

CaPPRe has published a peer-reviewed research paper on patient and physician preferences for atopic dermatitis injection treatments in Japan. Using discrete choice experiment methodology, the findings showed that physicians were more likely to value the efficacy of treating rashes, whereas patients preferred add-on treatments, were against self-administering the treatment at home, and were less concerned about cost. The differing treatment preferences of physicians and patients have implications for shared decision making and clinical practice.

The paper is published in the Journal of Dermatological Treatment and can be accessed here.

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