2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Canada Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Canada Leader Award
His main research concerns Quality of life, Health Utilities Index, Physical therapy, Public health and Gerontology. His Quality of life research incorporates elements of Patient satisfaction, Health related quality of life, Actuarial science and Stratified sampling. His Health Utilities Index study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as EQ-5D, Preference, Population health and Stroke.
David Feeny has researched Physical therapy in several fields, including Randomized controlled trial, Quality of life, Asthma and Cohort study. His Public health study combines topics in areas such as Regression analysis, General Social Survey, Statistics, Selection bias and Reliability. The study incorporates disciplines such as Epidemiology, Risk of mortality, MEDLINE, Overweight and Demography in addition to Gerontology.
His primary scientific interests are in Health Utilities Index, Quality of life, Gerontology, Quality of life and Physical therapy. His Health Utilities Index study incorporates themes from Demography, Public health, Population health, Construct validity and Preference. His studies deal with areas such as Health related quality of life, Health care, MEDLINE, Quality-adjusted life year and Actuarial science as well as Quality of life.
David Feeny interconnects Cross-sectional study, Mental health and Body mass index in the investigation of issues within Gerontology. His Quality of life research includes themes of Prospective cohort study, Psychometrics and Pediatrics. His research investigates the connection between Physical therapy and topics such as Randomized controlled trial that intersect with issues in Clinical trial.
David Feeny mainly focuses on Quality of life, Gerontology, Health Utilities Index, Quality of life and Public health. His research integrates issues of Quality-adjusted life year, Disease management, Preference and Health technology in his study of Quality of life. His research in Gerontology intersects with topics in Cost–benefit analysis, Health related quality of life, Economic evaluation, Health equity and Population health.
His Health Utilities Index research includes elements of Construct validity, Scale, Demography, Randomized controlled trial and Pediatric cancer. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Depression, Pediatrics, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Clinical psychology. His Public health research incorporates themes from Valuation, Data mining, Information system and MEDLINE.
David Feeny mainly investigates Public health, Gerontology, Quality of life, Preference and MEDLINE. David Feeny has included themes like Time-trade-off and Data mining in his Public health study. The various areas that David Feeny examines in his Gerontology study include Mental health, Health related quality of life and Social determinants of health.
His Quality of life research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in After treatment, Lymphoblastic leukaemia, Active treatment, Latent growth modeling and Population health. His studies examine the connections between Preference and genetics, as well as such issues in Actuarial science, with regards to Item response theory, Quality-adjusted life year and EQ-5D. His research in MEDLINE focuses on subjects like Patient-reported outcome, which are connected to Health policy, Family medicine, Clinical trial and Routine clinical practice.
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Measuring health-related quality of life.
Gordon H. Guyatt;David H. Feeny;Donald L. Patrick.
Annals of Internal Medicine (1993)
The tragedy of the commons: twenty-two years later.
David Feeny;I Fikret Berkes;Bonnie J. McCay;James M. Acheson.
Human Ecology (1990)
How attractive does a new technology have to be to warrant adoption and utilization? Tentative guidelines for using clinical and economic evaluations
A Laupacis;D Feeny;A S Detsky;P X Tugwell.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (1992)
Recommendations for Conduct, Methodological Practices, and Reporting of Cost-effectiveness Analyses: Second Panel on Cost-Effectiveness in Health and Medicine
Gillian D. Sanders;Peter J. Neumann;Anirban Basu;Dan W. Brock.
Multiattribute and single-attribute utility functions for the health utilities index mark 3 system.
David Feeny;William Furlong;George W Torrance;Charles H Goldsmith.
Medical Care (2002)
Measuring quality of life in children with asthma.
E. F. Juniper;G. H. Guyatt;D. H. Feeny;D. H. Feeny;P. J. Ferrie.
Quality of Life Research (1996)
The Health Utilities Index (HUI®): concepts, measurement properties and applications
John Horsman;William Furlong;David H. Feeny;George Torrance.
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes (2003)
Multiattribute Utility Function for a Comprehensive Health Status Classification System Health Utilities Index Mark 2
George W. Torrance;David H. Feeny;William J. Furlong;Ronald D. Barr.
Medical Care (1996)
Multi-attribute health status classification systems. Health Utilities Index.
David Feeny;William Furlong;Michael Boyle;George W. Torrance.
Utilities and quality-adjusted life years.
George W. Torrance;David Feeny.
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care (1989)
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