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Do general practitioners know patients' preferences? An empirical study on the agency relationship at an aggregate level using a discrete choice experiment
LB Pedersen, T Kjær, J Kragstrup, D Gyrd-Hansen
Value in Health 15 (3), 514-523, 2012
Soccer attendees’ preferences for facilities at the Fionia Park Stadium: An application of the discrete choice experiment
L Bjørnskov Pedersen, A Kiil, T Kjær
Journal of Sports Economics 12 (2), 179-199, 2011
Continuous professional development for GPs: experience from Denmark
NK Kjaer, AP Steenstrup, LB Pedersen, A Halling
Postgraduate medical journal 90 (1065), 383-387, 2014
Does the inclusion of a cost attribute in forced and unforced choices matter?: Results from a web survey applying the discrete choice experiment
LB Pedersen, T Kjær, J Kragstrup, D Gyrd-Hansen
Journal of Choice Modelling 4 (3), 88-109, 2011
Patient preferences for treatment of low back Pain—A discrete choice experiment
ME Kløjgaard, C Manniche, LB Pedersen, M Bech, R Søgaard
Value in Health 17 (4), 390-396, 2014
General practitioners’ preferences for the organisation of primary care: a discrete choice experiment
LB Pedersen, T Kjær, J Kragstrup, D Gyrd-Hansen
Health Policy 106 (3), 246-256, 2012
The impact of empathy—explaining diversity in street-level decision-making
DC Jensen, LB Pedersen
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 27 (3), 433-449, 2017
Work motivation, task delegation and job satisfaction of general practice staff: a cross-sectional study
H Riisgaard, J Søndergaard, M Munch, JV Le, L Ledderer, LB Pedersen, ...
Family practice 34 (2), 188-193, 2017
General practitioners’ preferences for future continuous professional development: evidence from a Danish discrete choice experiment
N Kristian Kjaer, A Halling, L Bjørnskov Pedersen
Education for Primary Care 26 (1), 4-10, 2015
Preference for practice: a Danish study on young doctors’ choice of general practice using a discrete choice experiment
LB Pedersen, D Gyrd-Hansen
The European Journal of Health Economics 15 (6), 611-621, 2014
The influence of information and private versus public provision on preferences for screening for prostate cancer: A willingness-to-pay study
LB Pedersen, D Gyrd-Hansen, T Kjær
Health Policy 101 (3), 277-289, 2011
How is defensive medicine understood and experienced in a primary care setting? A qualitative focus group study among Danish general practitioners
EA Hvidt, J Lykkegaard, LB Pedersen, KM Pedersen, A Munck, ...
BMJ open 7 (12), e019851, 2017
Variation in general practitioners’ information-seeking behaviour–a cross-sectional study on the influence of gender, age and practice form
JV Le, LB Pedersen, H Riisgaard, J Lykkegaard, J Nexøe, ...
Scandinavian journal of primary health care 34 (4), 327-335, 2016
Accreditation in general practice in Denmark: study protocol for a cluster-randomized controlled trial
MK Andersen, LB Pedersen, V Siersma, F Bro, S Reventlow, ...
Trials 18 (1), 69, 2017
Associations between degrees of task delegation and job satisfaction of general practitioners and their staff: a cross-sectional study
H Riisgaard, J Søndergaard, M Munch, JV Le, L Ledderer, LB Pedersen, ...
BMC health services research 17 (1), 44, 2017
GPs’ shifting agencies in choice of treatment
LB Pedersen, J Riise, AR Hole, D Gyrd-Hansen
Applied Economics 46 (7), 750-761, 2014
Targeted prevention in primary care aimed at lifestyle-related diseases: a study protocol for a non-randomised pilot study
LB Larsen, AL Sonderlund, J Sondergaard, JL Thomsen, A Halling, ...
BMC Family Practice 19 (1), 124, 2018
Almost half of the Danish general practitioners have negative a priori attitudes towards a mandatory accreditation programme
FB Waldorff, DR Nicolaisdottir, MB Kousgaard, S Reventlow, ...
Dan Med J 63 (9), A5266, 2016
Can external interventions crowd in intrinsic motivation? A cluster randomised field experiment on mandatory accreditation of general practice in Denmark
LB Pedersen, MKK Andersen, UT Jensen, FB Waldorff, CB Jacobsen
Social Science & Medicine 211, 224-233, 2018
Personal health records in the Netherlands: potential user preferences quantified by a discrete choice experiment
D Determann, MS Lambooij, D Gyrd-Hansen, EW de Bekker-Grob, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 24 (3), 529-536, 2017
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