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Attributes for a discrete-choice experiment on preferences of patients for oncology pharmacy consultations.

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Purpose To ensure the safe use of oral anticancer drugs, oncology pharmacy consultations (OPCs) have been established in France. They are conditioned by the needs, expectations, and involvement of the patients in their care. Thus, it is essential to elicit their preferences. The discrete-choice experiment (DCE) is a method recommended by the ISPOR for such a task. The “selection and validation of attributes and their values” step is fundamental in this process. In this context, the aim of this study was to present our research approach to identify and validate the attributes that characterize an OPC and their values. Methods Due to the lack of relevant published data in the literature, the focus-group method was used in accordance with good research practices for the application of conjoint-analysis of the ISPOR. The two-round Delphi method was used to validate the attributes and their values identified by the focus-group method. Results The focus-group method enabled identification of nine attributes. Thirty-seven healthcare professionals at a national level, including 30 pharmacists and seven physicians, were selected to take part in the Delphi procedure. Seven attributes (frequency, planification, operation mode, duration, content, written support, and report) and their values were thus validated. Conclusion Based on these results, the next step will be to elicit patient preferences for OPCs and to then shed light on the issues of pharmaceutical support for patients by comparing their preferences with those of informal caregivers and, in particular, those of the healthcare professionals involved in their care.
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hal-04611979 , version 1 (14-06-2024)

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Margaux Damerval, Mohammed Bennani, Catherine Rioufol, Selim Omrani, Margaux Riboulet, et al.. Attributes for a discrete-choice experiment on preferences of patients for oncology pharmacy consultations.. Supportive Care in Cancer, 2024, Supportive Care in Cancer, 32, pp.318. ⟨10.1007/s00520-024-08517-z⟩. ⟨hal-04611979⟩
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