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San Diego Convention Center

Jun 23, 2019 9:00 AM - Jun 23, 2019 5:00 PM

111 W Harbor Drive, , San Diego, CA 92101 , USA

#42: Patient Preferences: Using Conjoint Analysis and Stated Preferences in Drug Development and Regulatory Decision Making


The need to understand patient preferences for health and healthcare has become well established and demand for stated preference studies has grown exponentially in recent years. This short course is designed as an introduction to a range of stated-preference methods and the application of these methods in drug development, regulatory decision-making, and patient advocacy. The short course will also provide an overview of good research practices and principles that are broadly applicable to all stated-preference methods and describe how good research practices can be applied to discrete choice experiments and several other stated-preference methods. Topics to be covered will include designing a survey, developing an experimental design, analyzing data, and presenting results. This short course will include hands-on exercises and detailed case studies of recent empirical examples to illustrate concepts.

An additional registration fee is required for all preconference short courses.

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Who should attend?

This introductory to mid-level course designed to acquaint attendees with the current state of the art in the use of methods for the development of evidentiary patient preference information. Expected attendees may include: industry, regulators, payers, patients and patient advocacy representatives.

Learning objectives

At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify when & how to successfully develop and present patient preference information for use in a range of applications, including regulatory interactions such as new drug applications;
  • Discuss specific methodologies frequently used in the development of patient preference information.

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