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Qualiative methods

Martha Shumway, Tetine Sentell, Tandy Chouljian, Jen Tellier, Francine Rozewicz, Michele Okun
Quantifying the importance of treatment outcomes by measuring preferences allows construction of aggregate outcome indicators that reflect the relative importance of multiple outcomes, trade-offs between outcomes, and the perspectives of different stakeholders. However, standard preference assessment methods are cognitively complex and may be particularly challenging for persons with schizophrenia and other serious mental illnesses. Preferences may not be meaningful or comparable across stakeholder groups if the groups do not use the methods in similar ways...
September 2003: Mental Health Services Research
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