Subject Areas on Research
- A survey instrument for the assessment of popular conceptions of mental illness.
- Accounting for Preference Heterogeneity in Discrete-Choice Experiments: An ISPOR Special Interest Group Report.
- Adoption of Preventive Behaviour Strategies and Public Perceptions About COVID-19 in Singapore.
- Are preferences for equity over efficiency in health care allocation "all or nothing"?
- Assessment of four stakeholder groups' preferences concerning outpatient commitment for persons with schizophrenia.
- Attitudes of the American public toward organ donation after uncontrolled (sudden) cardiac death.
- Biobehavioral Research and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: Expert Review from the Biobehavioral Research Special Interest Group of the American Society for Transplantation and Cellular Therapy.
- Blepharospasm cause and treatment: YouTube as a reflection of current popular thought.
- Breakout IV. Health professional concerns in the practice setting.
- Can a moral reasoning exercise improve response quality to surveys of healthcare priorities?
- Case Studies of Pre-and Mid-trial Prejudice in Criminal and Civil Litigation
- Characteristics of US Adults Who Have Positive and Negative Perceptions of Doctors of Chiropractic and Chiropractic Care.
- Consideration of patient preferences and challenges in storage and access of pharmacogenetic test results.
- Considerations and priorities for incorporating the patient perspective on remission in rheumatoid arthritis: An OMERACT 2020 special interest group report.
- Considering adaptation in preference elicitations.
- Controversy undermines support for state mandates on the human papillomavirus vaccine.
- Current perceptions of cardiovascular gene therapy.
- Death of outrage over talking about dying.
- Demonstrations of implicit anti-fat bias: the impact of providing causal information and evoking empathy.
- Disparate foundations of scientists' policy positions on contentious biomedical research.
- Distributing scarce livers: the moral reasoning of the general public.
- Economic costs of misinforming about risk: the EDB scare and the media.
- Enhancing geneticists' perspectives of the public through community engagement.
- False hopes, unwarranted fears: the trouble with medical news stories.
- Finding a place for public preferences in liver allocation decisions.
- Framing public policy and prevention of chronic violence in American youths.
- Graph fission in an evolving voter model.
- Guidelines for Pathologic Diagnosis of Malignant Mesothelioma 2017 Update of the Consensus Statement From the International Mesothelioma Interest Group.
- Guidelines for quality assurance in multicenter trials: a position paper.
- How do people in rural India perceive improved stoves and clean fuel? Evidence from Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
- How stable are people's preferences for giving priority to severely ill patients?
- IPLEX and the telephone game: the difficulty in separating myth from reality on the internet.
- Image Gently: toward optimizing the practice of pediatric CT through resources and dialogue.
- Images of illness: how causal claims and racial associations influence public preferences toward diabetes research spending.
- Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Cardiovascular Science: Anticipating Problems and Potential Solutions: A Presidential Advisory From the American Heart Association.
- Informing the patient and the community about the implications of primary cesarean.
- Integrating technology into health care: what will it take?
- Irrational Exuberance: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation as Fetish.
- Lessons from Mendel about data analysis.
- Lying to insurance companies: the desire to deceive among physicians and the public.
- Mental Models of Infectious Diseases and Public Understanding of COVID-19 Prevention.
- Mental illness and reduction of gun violence and suicide: bringing epidemiologic research to policy.
- Mercury, vaccines, and autism: one controversy, three histories.
- Obesity metaphors: how beliefs about the causes of obesity affect support for public policy.
- Parallel Public Spheres: Distance and Discourse in Letters to the Editor
- Pediatricians are more supportive of the human papillomavirus vaccine than the general public.
- Perception of consanguineous marriages and their genetic effects among a sample of couples from Beirut.
- Pluralism and Growth: Specialty Interest Groups at ASE.
- Portrayals of mental illness, treatment, and relapse and their effects on the stigma of mental illness: Population-based, randomized survey experiment in rural Uganda.
- Presidential address: physician accountability--winning the public trust.
- Public Perceptions of Doctors of Chiropractic: Results of a National Survey and Examination of Variation According to Respondents' Likelihood to Use Chiropractic, Experience With Chiropractic, and Chiropractic Supply in Local Health Care Markets.
- Public Preferences for Government Response Policies on Outbreak Control.
- Public attitudes toward ancillary information revealed by pharmacogenetic testing under limited information conditions.
- Public interest in dietary supplements for prostate cancer prevention.
- Public perceptions of childhood obesity.
- Public perspectives about pharmacogenetic testing and managing ancillary findings.
- Public perspectives on returning genetics and genomics research results.
- Public preferences for efficiency and racial equity in kidney transplant allocation decisions.
- Public preferences for interventions to prevent emerging infectious disease threats: a discrete choice experiment.
- Public preferences for prevention versus cure: what if an ounce of prevention is worth only an ounce of cure?
- Public response to cost-quality tradeoffs in clinical decisions.
- Public survey and survival data do not support recommendations to discontinue prostate-specific antigen screening in men at age 75.
- Public trust in the long-term care insurance pilot program in China: An analysis of mediating effects.
- Public's view of mental health services for the elderly: responses to Dear Abby.
- Radiation effects and risks: overview and a new risk perception index.
- Rationing HIV medications: what do patients and the public think about allocation policies?
- Science priorities. Inappropriate use and portrayal of chimpanzees.
- Sex offenses: a short questionnaire assessing knowledge and attitudes.
- Social responsibility, personal responsibility, and prognosis in public judgments about transplant allocation.
- Societal value, the person trade-off, and the dilemma of whose values to measure for cost-effectiveness analysis.
- Study Limitations in HLA-Mismatched Microtransplant in Older Patients Newly Diagnosed With Acute Myeloid Leukemia-Reply.
- Suicide in rural Haiti: clinical and community perceptions of prevalence, etiology, and prevention.
- Support for physician deception of insurance companies among a sample of Philadelphia residents.
- Survey of US public attitudes toward pharmacogenetic testing.
- Systematic review and metasummary of attitudes toward research in emergency medical conditions.
- The Oregon formula: a better method of allocating health care resources.
- The challenge of measuring community values in ways appropriate for setting health care priorities.
- The chronicling of obesity: growing awareness of its social, economic, and political contexts.
- The cognitive, emotional, and social impacts of the September 11 attacks: group differences in memory for the reception context and the determinants of flashbulb memory.
- The dynamics of health care opinion, 2008-2010: partisanship, self-interest, and racial resentment.
- The hazards of correcting myths about health care reform.
- The polarizing effect of news media messages about the social determinants of health.
- The public's perception of dermatologists as surgeons.
- The public's preference for bedside rationing.
- The routinisation of genomics and genetics: implications for ethical practices.
- To hang together or separately.
- Transmissibility of the Ice Bucket Challenge among globally influential celebrities: retrospective cohort study.
- Transplantation in alcoholics: separating prognosis and responsibility from social biases.
- Two men, two losses, two eras.
- Understanding Public Opinion Is Critical for Making Public Policy Democratically.
- We are the genes we've been waiting for: rational responses to the gathering storm of personal genomics.
- What would Mary Douglas do? A commentary on Kahan et al., "Cultural cognition and public policy: the case of outpatient commitment laws".
- What's it worth? Public willingness to pay to avoid mental illnesses compared with general medical illnesses.
- Who Would Pay Higher Taxes for Better Mental Health? Results of a Large-Sample National Choice Experiment.
- Whose fault?
- Whose quality of life? A commentary exploring discrepancies between health state evaluations of patients and the general public.
- Willingness of the United States general public to participate in kidney paired donation.
- Wound classification reporting in HPB surgery: can a single word change public perception of institutional performance?
- Young less tolerant of mentally ill than the old.
Keywords of People
- Dodge, Kenneth A., William McDougall Distinguished Professor of Public Policy Studies, Duke Science & Society
- Feaver, Peter D., Professor of Political Science, Political Science