- -Attribute and attribute level development for DCE with policy relevance requires the systematic engagement of relevant stakeholders. However, there is little existing guidance and reporting standards for this process.
- -This article proposes and empirically illustrates a framework tool for developing and reporting DCE attributes and attribute levels with multiple stakeholder engagement in two settings by two independent research teams. The proposed three-stage process consists of (1) collection, (2) selection, and (3) refinement of the DCE attributes and attribute levels.
Publication stageIn Press Accepted Manuscript
Precis: Proposal and empirical illustration of a framework tool for developing and reporting attributes and attribute levels with systematic stakeholder engagement for DCE with policy implications
Concept and design: Föhn, Nicolet, Marti, Kaufmann, Balthasar
Acquisition of data: Föhn, Kaufmann, Balthasar
Analysis and interpretation of data: Föhn, Nicolet, Marti, Kaufmann, Balthasar
Drafting of the manuscript: Föhn, Nicolet, Marti, Kaufmann, Balthasar
Critical revision of the paper for important intellectual content: Föhn, Nicolet, Marti, Kaufmann, Balthasar
Statistical analysis: Föhn, Nicolet
Obtaining funding: Marti, Kaufmann, Balthasar
Supervision: Marti, Kaufmann, Balthasar
Conflict of Interest Disclosures:
The authors reported no conflicts of interest.
Health2040: This study was funded by the University of Lucerne and the Federal Office of Public Health Switzerland.
COCONUTS: This study was funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) within Smarter health care - National Research Programme (NRP 74) and grant number (407440_183447).
Role of Funder/Sponsor: The funding agreement ensured the authors’ independence in designing the study, interpreting the data, writing, and publishing the report.
Acknowledgment: No Acknowledgment
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