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Clark, Michael, Determann, Domino, Petrou, Stavros, Moro, Domenico and de Bekker-Grob, Esther W.. (2014) Discrete choice experiments in health economics : a review of the literature. PharmacoEconomics, Volume 32 (Number 9). pp. 883-902. ISSN 1170-7690
Clark, M. D. (Michael D.), Leech, Dennis, Gumber, Anil, Moro, Domenico, Szczepura, Ala, West, N. (Nick) and Higgins, Rob (Robert Mcrorie). (2012) Who should be prioritized for renal transplantation? : analysis of key stakeholder preferences using discrete choice experiments. BMC Nephrology, Vol.13 (No.1). Article no. 152. ISSN 1471-2369
Habiba, Marwan, Julian, Sophia, Taub, Nicholas, Clark, M. D. (Michael D.), Rashid, Aly, Baker, Richard and Szczepura, Ala. (2010) Limited role of multi-attribute utility scale and SF-36 in predicting management outcome of heavy menstrual bleeding. European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, Vol.148 (No.1). pp. 81-85. ISSN 0301-2115
Lamb, S. E. (Sallie E.), Pepper, Jo, Lall, Ranjit (Statistician), Jørstad-Stein , Ellen C., Clark, M. D. (Michael D.), Hill, Lesley and Fereday Smith, Jan. (2009) Group treatments for sensitive health care problems : a randomised controlled trial of group versus individual physiotherapy sessions for female urinary incontinence. BMC Women's Health, Vol.9 . article no. 26. ISSN 1472-6874
Clark, Michael, Gumber, Anil, Leech, Dennis, Moro, Domenico, Szczepura, Ala, West, Nicholas and Higgins, Rob (Robert Mcrorie). (2009) Prioritising patients for renal transplantation? Analysis of patient preferences for kidney allocation according to ethnicity and gender. Diversity in Health and Care, Vol.6 (No.3). pp. 181-191. ISSN 1759-1422
Clark, Michael, Moro, Domenico and Szczepura, Ala. (2009) Balancing patient preferences and clinical needs : community versus hospital based care for patients with suspected DVT. Health Policy, Vol.90 (No.2-3). pp. 313-319. ISSN 0168-8510
Cooke, Matthew (Professor of clinical systems design), Marsh, J. L., Clark, Michael, Nakash, Rachel A., Jarvis, Rosemary M., Hutton, Jane (Statistician), Szczepura, Ala, Wilson, Sue, Dr and Lamb, S. E. (Sallie E.) (2009) Treatment of severe ankle sprain : a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of three types of mechanical ankle support with tubular bandage : the CAST trial. Health Technology Assessment, Vol.13 (No.13). pp. 1-121. ISSN 1366-5278
Julian, Sophia , Naftalin, Nicholas J., Clark, M. D. (Michael D.), Szczepura, Ala, Rashid, Aly , Baker, Richard, Taub, Nicholas and Habiba, Marwan . (2007) An integrated care pathway for menorrhagia across the primary–secondary interface : patients' experience, clinical outcomes, and service utilisation. Quality and Safety in Health Care, Vol.16 . pp. 110-115. ISSN 1475-3898
Szczepura, Ala, Westmoreland, D., Vinogradova, Y., Fox, J. and Clark, M. D. (Michael D.). (2006) Evaluation of molecular techniques in prediction and diagnosis of cytomegalovirus disease in immunocompromised patients. Health Technology Assessment, Vol.10 (No.10). pp. 1-176. ISSN 1366-5278
Lamb, S. E. (Sallie E.), Nakash, Rachel Anne, Withers, Emma J., Clark, M. D. (Michael D.), Marsh, J. L., Wilson, Sue, Dr, Hutton, Jane (Statistician), Szczepura, Ala, Dale, Jeremy, 1958- and Cooke, Matthew (Professor of clinical systems design). (2005) Clinical and cost effectiveness of mechanical support for severe ankle sprains : design of a randomised controlled trial in the emergency department [ISRCTN 37807450]. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, Vol.6 (No.1). ISSN 1471-2474
Clark, M. D. (Michael D.), Owen, David, 1954-, Szczepura, Ala and Johnson, Mark R. D. (Mark Robert Dunmore), 1948- (1998) Assessment of the costs to the NHS arising from the need for interpreter, advocacy and translation services. UNSPECIFIED. Coventry: Centre for Health Services Studies, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick. Resource Allocation Series (RARP), Department of Health, Vol.20 .
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