DCE studies of vaccine preferences have been diverse. Study findings can help stakeholders understand the features that may drive vaccination decisions. Additional analysis of existing studies is required to facilitate direct comparisons of the findings.
PIN51 - A review of discrete choice experiment studies of preferences for vaccine features
Poulos, C. (2016). PIN51 - A review of discrete choice experiment studies of preferences for vaccine features. Value in Health, 19(3), A220. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jval.2016.03.1185
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