Marjon van der Pol
Marjon van der Pol
Professor of Health Economics, University of Aberdeen
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Effectiveness of telemonitoring integrated into existing clinical services on hospital admission for exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: researcher blind …
H Pinnock, J Hanley, L McCloughan, A Todd, A Krishan, S Lewis, ...
Bmj 347, 2013
Using conjoint analysis to establish consumer preferences for fruit and vegetables
M Van Der Pol, M Ryan
British Food Journal, 1996
Health, education and time preference
M Van der Pol
Health economics 20 (8), 917-929, 2011
Mapping the EORTC QLQ C‐30 onto the EQ‐5D instrument: the potential to estimate QALYs without generic preference data
L McKenzie, M Van Der Pol
Value in Health 12 (1), 167-171, 2009
Estimating time preferences for health using discrete choice experiments
M Van der Pol, J Cairns
Social Science & Medicine 52 (9), 1459-1470, 2001
A randomised controlled trial of postoperative radiotherapy following breast-conserving surgery in a minimum-risk older population. The PRIME trial.
RJ Prescott, IH Kunkler, LJ Williams, CC King, W Jack, M van der Pol, ...
Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) 11 (31), 1-iv, 2007
Valuing future private and social benefits: The discounted utility model versus hyperbolic discounting models
J Cairns, M Van der Pol
Journal of Economic Psychology 21 (2), 191-205, 2000
Negative and zero time preference for health
MM Van der Pol, JA Cairns
Health Economics 9 (2), 171-175, 2000
Establishing patient preferences for blood transfusion support: an application of conjoint analysis
M van der Pol, J Cairns
Journal of health services research & policy 3 (2), 70-76, 1998
Saving future lives. A comparison of three discounting models
JA Cairns, MM van Der Pol
Health economics 6 (4), 341-350, 1997
Efficacy and cost of an exercise program for functionally impaired older patients with heart failure: a randomized controlled trial
MD Witham, RL Fulton, CA Greig, DW Johnston, CC Lang, M van der Pol, ...
Circulation: Heart Failure 5 (2), 209-216, 2012
A comparison of the discounted utility model and hyperbolic discounting models in the case of social and private intertemporal preferences for health
M van der Pol, J Cairns
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 49 (1), 79-96, 2002
A randomised controlled trial of post-operative radiotherapy following breast-conserving surgery in a minimum-risk population. Quality of life at 5 years in the PRIME trial
LJ Williams, IH Kunkler, CC King, W Jack, M van der Pol
Clinical Governance: An International Journal 16 (3), 2011
Constant and decreasing timing aversion for saving lives
J Cairns, M Van der Pol
Social Science & Medicine 45 (11), 1653-1659, 1997
Intergenerational transfer of time and risk preferences
H Brown, M Van der Pol
Journal of Economic Psychology 49, 187-204, 2015
The estimation of marginal time preference in a UK-wide sample (TEMPUS) project: a review
JA Cairns, M van der Pol
Health Technology Assessment 4 (1), 2000
The role of time and risk preferences in adherence to physician advice on health behavior change
M Van Der Pol, D Hennessy, B Manns
The European Journal of Health Economics 18, 373-386, 2017
Head and neck cancer assessment by flexible endoscopy and telemedicine
C Dorrian, J Ferguson, K Ah-See, C Barr, K Lalla, M Van der Pol, ...
Journal of telemedicine and telecare 15 (3), 118-121, 2009
Is risk attitude outcome specific within the health domain?
M van der Pol, M Ruggeri
Journal of health economics 27 (3), 706-717, 2008
Improving the Quality of Dentistry (IQuaD): a cluster factorial randomised controlled trial comparing the effectiveness and cost-benefit of oral hygiene advice and/or …
CR Ramsay, JE Clarkson, A Duncan, TJ Lamont, PA Heasman, D Boyers, ...
Health Technology Assessment, 2018
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