Measuring what people prefer?
There is growing interest in how to better measure and integrate end-user preferences into the design and delivery of health-related interventions and programs.
Health preference research is an exciting field using quantitative statistical methods to study choices made by individuals or groups to understand how choices are made and to forecast future choices.
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- Associate Professor Jason Ong is a sexual physician and health economist with expertise in conducting DCEs. He has conducted DCEs in 24 countries to date. This includes evaluating the preferences for HIV testing among men who have sex with men (MSM) in China, HIV testing in youths living in Nigeria, and HIV self-testing among MSM in Australia.
- Warittha Tieosapjaroen is a PhD candidate at Monash University. She has conducted DCEs related to weight gain in people living with HIV and preferences for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in 16 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.