Research Paper: Alignment of preferences in the treatment of multiple myeloma – a discrete choice experiment of patient, carer, physician, and nurse preferences
CaPPRe has published a peer reviewed research paper on alignment of preferences in the treatment of multiple myeloma (MM). Using discrete choice experiments (DCEs), this study examined treatment preferences of people living with MM compared to the treatment preferences of other groups involved in treatment decision making, including carers, as well as physicians and nurses who treat people living with MM in Australia. This study demonstrated that not all people living with MM valued the same treatment attributes equally. Results could be used to guide decisions around the value of new MM medicines or the medical plan surrounding the needs of those living with MM, as well as those caring for them.
The paper can be accessed here.