Research Paper: Valuing treatment attributes of type 2 diabetes treatments
CaPPRe has published a peer-reveiwed research paper on patient preferences for type 2 diabetes treatments. Using discrete choice experiment methodology, the findings showed that patients considered injection frequency, weight change and nausea to be important features of treatment. Patients were wiling to pay an additional $22.35 AUD/month for the benefits of a once-weekly injection over a twice-daily injection.
The paper is published in the open-access journal BMC Health Services Research and can be accessed here.