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- Chapter 1 The purpose and scope of this book
- Chapter 2 Introduction to the measurement and valuation of health
- Chapter 3 Foundations in welfare economics and utility theory: what should be valued?
- Chapter 4 Valuing health
- Chapter 5 Modelling health state valuation data
- Chapter 6 Using ordinal response data to estimate cardinal values for health states
- Chapter 7 Methods for obtaining health state utility values: generic preference-based measures of health
- Chapter 8 Alternatives to generic preference-based measures: mapping, condition-specific measures, bolt-ons, vignettes, direct utility assessment, and well-being
- Chapter 9 Design and analysis of health state valuation data for model-based economic evaluations and for economic evaluations alongside clinical trials
- Chapter 10 A QALY is a QALY is a QALY—or is it not?
- Chapter 11 Measuring and valuing health: an international perspective
- Chapter 12 Conclusions: measurement and valuation of health