|Title:||Harvard School of Public Health/Alliance for Aging Research Poll: Four-Country Comparative Effectiveness Decision-Making and Patient Access Survey [MCICR2011-EFF]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Harvard School of Public Health/Alliance for Aging Research|
|Survey Firm:||Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS)|
|Study Date:||June 28-July 24, 2011|
|Sample:||Adult residents of Germany, Italy, United Kingdom and the United States|
|Survey Notes:||This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use LANDCELL in column 18, where 1=landline and 2=cellular.|
Satisfaction with health care (1); trust in government to make right health care decisions (1); access to most advanced prescription drugs (2); health services withholding high cost drugs (1); health services withholding high cost surgeries (1); health services providing treatments regardless of costs (2); problems with health care services (4); doctors recommending non-approved treatments (3); not providing treatments due to costs (2); government body determining available More...
Columns 117-122 (xx.xxxx) -- Varname: WEIGHT
The study dataset(s) contain weight factors that should be employed in any data analysis. Typically weights are used in an attempt to assure that the survey sample more accurately represents the population.
|Usage Note:||See documentation for full details. Support for this study was provided by a grant to the Alliance for Aging Research from Bayer AG.|
Harvard School of Public Health/Alliance for Aging Research. Harvard School of Public Health/Alliance for Aging Research Poll: Four-Country Comparative Effectiveness Decision-Making and Patient Access Survey, Jun, 2011 [dataset]. MCICR2011-EFF, Version 2. Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS) [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed May-23-2018.
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