Comparing the preferences of health professionals' and members of the public for setting health care priorities: experiences from Australia

Abstract

This article reports on a priority-setting exercise involving members of the general public and health professionals. The aim is to compare the healthcare priorities of these two groups, as well as their attitudes towards public involvement in priority setting.

Citation

Wiseman, V. Comparing the preferences of health professionals’ and members of the public for setting health care priorities: experiences from Australia. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy (2005) 4 (2) 129-137.

Comparing the preferences of health professionals’ and members of the public for setting health care priorities: experiences from Australia

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