John F.P. Bridges, PhD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Health Policy and Management
624 N. Broadway, Rm 689
Biographical Sketch: John F P Bridges is a SMDM member and advocate for the study of patient preferences. In addition to academic contributions advancing and applying stated-preference methods, John has increasingly worked with diverse groups to ensure that the views of patients and caregivers are incorporated into decision making. He is also the founding editor of The Patient - Patient-centered Outcomes Research.
1B-6 VARIATION IN CAREGIVER PREFERENCES FOR PEDIATRIC ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER TREATMENTS: A COMPARISON OF STRATIFICATION AND LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS 3I-3 USE OF BEST-WORST SCALING TO ASSESS PATIENT PREFERENCES FOR REFRACTORY OVERACTIVE BLADDER TREATMENTS SYMPOSIUM: TRANSLATING PATIENT PREFERENCE RESEARCH INTO REGULATORY PRACTICE DEVELOPING A STATED-PREFERENCES INSTRUMENT FOR DUCHENNE/BECKER MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY– A COMMUNITY-ENGAGED RESEARCH APPLICATION FD1 A BEGINNERS’ GUIDE TO THE ART AND SCIENCE OF STATED-PREFERENCE METHODS TRA-2-6 DO STAKEHOLDER PREFERENCES FOR ENGAGEMENT IN PEDIATRIC ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER TREATMENT CORRELATE WITH REPORTED OUTCOMES? A BEST WORST SCALING EXPERIMENT