John F.P. Bridges spends much of his time researching Health care, Health administration, Health economics, Conjoint analysis and Preference. His Health care research includes elements of Marketing, Management science, Process and Outcomes research. His Health administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sample, Physical therapy and Stakeholder engagement.
The Health economics study combines topics in areas such as Cognition and Operations management. His Preference research incorporates elements of Modalities, Public economics, Affect and Discrete choice. His research integrates issues of Actuarial science and Systematic review in his study of Public health.
His primary areas of investigation include Health care, Health economics, Health administration, Public health and Family medicine. His Health care research includes themes of Nursing, Empowerment and Portfolio. His Health economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Public economics, Operations management, Actuarial science, Quality of Life Research and Conjoint analysis.
John F.P. Bridges merges many fields, such as Health administration and Conjoint analysis, in his writings. His work on Gerontology expands to the thematically related Public health. His studies deal with areas such as Qualitative research and Logistic regression as well as Family medicine.
John F.P. Bridges focuses on Patient preference, Family medicine, Public health, Discrete choice experiment and Preference. As a member of one scientific family, John F.P. Bridges mostly works in the field of Family medicine, focusing on Community engagement and, on occasion, Stakeholder. His study in Public health concentrates on Health economics and Health administration.
His Health economics study is concerned with Health care in general. His study focuses on the intersection of Health care and fields such as Nursing with connections in the field of Standard score and Research design. John F.P. Bridges combines subjects such as Logit, Conceptual model, Treatment goals and Clinical psychology with his study of Preference.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Physical therapy, Family medicine, Health care, Patient preference and Gerontology. His studies in Physical therapy integrate themes in fields like Odds ratio, Logistic regression, Cohort study, Medical record and Pill. His work carried out in the field of Family medicine brings together such families of science as Healthcare providers, Hpv vaccination, Workforce and Cancer prevention.
John F.P. Bridges studied Health care and Quality that intersect with Econometrics. His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health economics, Health administration and Public health. His Health administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Latent class model, Psychiatry and Outpatient clinic.
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Conjoint analysis applications in health--a checklist: a report of the ISPOR Good Research Practices for Conjoint Analysis Task Force.
John F.P. Bridges;A. Brett Hauber;Deborah Marshall;Andrew Lloyd.
Value in Health (2011)
Constructing Experimental Designs for Discrete-Choice Experiments: Report of the ISPOR Conjoint Analysis Experimental Design Good Research Practices Task Force
F Reed Johnson;Emily Jane Lancsar;Deborah A Marshall;Vikram Kilambi.
Value in Health (2013)
Globalization and healthcare: understanding health and medical tourism
Percivil M. Carrera;John F.P. Bridges.
Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research (2006)
Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Discrete Choice Experiments: A Report of the ISPOR Conjoint Analysis Good Research Practices Task Force
A. Brett Hauber;Juan Marcos Gonzalez;Catharina Gerarda Maria Groothuis-Oudshoorn;Thomas Prior.
Value in Health (2016)
Conjoint Analysis Applications in Health - How are Studies being Designed and Reported?: An Update on Current Practice in the Published Literature between 2005 and 2008.
Deborah Marshall;Deborah Marshall;John F. P. Bridges;Brett Hauber;Ruthanne Cameron.
The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (2010)
Patient-based health technology assessment: a vision of the future.
John F. P. Bridges;Christopher Jones.
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care (2007)
Stated preference methods in health care evaluation: an emerging methodological paradigm in health economics.
John F P Bridges.
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy (2003)
Understanding consumers’ preferences and decision to enrol in community-based health insurance in rural West Africa
Manuela De Allegri;Mamadou Sanon;John Bridges;Rainer Sauerborn.
Health Policy (2006)
Things are Looking up Since We Started Listening to Patients: Trends in the Application of Conjoint Analysis in Health 1982-2007.
John F P Bridges;Elizabeth T Kinter;Lillian Kidane;Rebekah R Heinzen.
The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (2008)
Things are Looking up Since We Started Listening to Patients
John F.P. Bridges;John F.P. Bridges;Elizabeth T. Kinter;Lillian Kidane;Rebekah R. Heinzen.
The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (2012)
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