Mari Broqvist

Mari Broqvist
Linköping University | LiU · Department of Medical and Health Sciences (IMH)

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In a recent extended essay, philosopher Daniel Hausman goes a long way towards dismissing severity as a morally relevant attribute in the context of priority setting in healthcare. In this response, we argue that although Hausman certainly points to real problems with how severity is often interpreted and operationalised within the priority setting...
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Caveat: The first posted pdf of this paper contained extensive misreferencing. Please download this updated version. Priority setting in health care is ubiquitous and health authorities are increasingly recognising the need for priority setting guidelines to ensure efficient, fair, and equitable resource allocation. While cost-effectiveness concer...
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The importance for governments of establishing ethical principles and criteria for priority setting in line with social values, has been emphasised. The risk of such criteria not being operationalised and instead replaced by de-contextualised priority-setting tools, has been noted. The aim of this article was to compare whether citizenś views are i...
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Uppföljning av prioriteringsarbeten. Exempel på olika tillvägagångssätt Karin Bäckman och Mari Broqvist, Prioriteringscentrum Denna rapport syftar till att ge inspiration och vara till hjälp för dem som funderar på hur ett prioriteringsarbete ska kunna följas upp. Vi har samlat exempel på uppföljningar som gjorts med avseende på olika frågeställni...
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Uppföljning av prioriteringsarbeten. Exempel på olika tillvägagångssätt Karin Bäckman och Mari Broqvist, Prioriteringscentrum Denna rapport syftar till att ge inspiration och vara till hjälp för dem som funderar på hur ett prioriteringsarbete ska kunna följas upp. Vi har samlat exempel på uppföljningar som gjorts med avseende på olika frågeställni...
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Previous studies show that citizens usually prefer physicians as decision makers for rationing in health care, while politicians are downgraded. The findings are far from clear-cut due to methodological differences, and as the results are context sensitive they cannot easily be transferred between countries. Drawing on methodological experiences fr...
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SUMMARY Questions asked to the public regarding transparency, priority setting processes, and decision making as regards prioritisation and rationing – a literature review With this report we aim to increase knowledge about the questions asked to the public in studies on priority setting and rationing in health care. We also aim to identify the pur...
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Background: The publicly financed health service in Sweden has come under increasing pressure, forcing policy makers to consider restrictions. Objective: To describe different perceptions of rationing, in particular, what citizens themselves believe influences their acceptance of having to stand aside for others in a public health service. Desi...
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I november 2008 beslutade Landstinget Kronoberg att genomföra en process med öppna prioriteringar, som ett inslag av flera i en plan för strategisk utveckling av hälso- och sjukvården mellan 2009 och 2015. PrioriteringsCentrum fick i maj 2009 i uppdrag av landstingsdirektören att genomföra en uppföljning av Landstinget Kronobergs arbete med priorit...
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Women with long-standing coeliac disease express poorer health-related quality of life (HRQoL) than men do for unclear reasons. This led us to explore differences in their understanding of HRQoL using a phenomenographic approach. We interviewed 10 coeliac subjects (mean age 57 years, range 35-73) who had been on a gluten-free diet for 10 years and...

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The aim of SEVPRI is to achieve a better public discussion about priority setting. It is about understanding how peoples’ values impact their views on priority setting in health care, and about translating this into criteria for priority setting that achieve the ideal of democratic, open, and fair priority setting in health care.
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To review and analyse experiences and to establish lessons of formal priority setting in Swedish regional health authorities from 2003 and onwards.