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European Union Cross Border Care Collaborations (EUCBCC) project - Making Choices in Health Care survey

This online survey is part of a series of pan-European studies that are examining a range of health and long-term care issues in the European Union Cross Border Care Collaborations (EUCBCC) project - Making Choices in Health Care survey (ECAB, EUCBCC) project funded by the European Commission and led by Professor Alistair McGuire, LSE Health and Social Care. In particular, this online survey is investigating European patient choice for their health care providers.

Its objectives are to:

  • Investigate patients' preferences of general practice and hospital care;
  • Examine their perspectives on what information is needed to choose a health care provider in both general practice and hospital settings;
  • Report on their access to information when choosing health care providers.

Data collection for the online survey is open and ANYONE is welcome to complete it here. The survey data collection will end in February 2013. Findings will be available on the ECAB (EUCBCC) website.

Would you like to know more about the survey?  Please click here.

Would you like to participate in the survey? Please click here.

Latest – 'Making Choices in Health Care' survey presentations

The European Public Health Conference 2012 in Malta. Oral presentation: Making Choices in Health Care: a survey to guide policy in the European Union (presenter: Tinelli M)

The European Conference on Health Economics (ECHE) 2012 in Zürich, Switzerland. Oral presentation: Patient choice of general practice services: a discrete choice experiment (DCE) to guide policy in the European Union (EU; presenter: Tinelli M)

The World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) Europe conference 2012 in Vienna, Austria. Oral presentation: Patient preferences of general practice services: a discrete choice Experiment (presenter: Kumpunen S)

Collaborating Institutions

The online survey involves researchers from the  London School of Economics (UK), the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicines (UK), and the National Institute of Public Health (Slovenia). Overall, the ECAB (EUCBCC) project brings together 13 partner institutions from all over Europe.

Contacts

For more information on the survey please contact Dr Michela Tinelli, LSE Health and Social Care, m.tinelli@lse.ac.uk..

 

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