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Preference Hospitality Slot Number/Category/Event Fee 1st choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ 2nd choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ 3rd choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ · Promotional Items From the Promotional Items table (click here to download) identify the promotional item number and corresponding promotional item in order of preference. Preference Promotional Item Number/Promotional Item Fee 1st choice Promotional item number: _____ Promotional item: ____________________________________________ U.S.$8,000 2nd choice Promotional item number: _____ Promotional item: ____________________________________________ U.S.$8,000 3rd choice Promotional item number: _____ Promotional item: ____________________________________________ U.S.$8,000 · Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (click here to download) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. Preference Speaking Slot Number/Time Fee* 1st choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time: ___________________________ U.S.$6,000 2nd choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time: ___________________________ U.S.$6,000 3rd choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time: ___________________________ U.S.$6,000 4th choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time: ___________________________ U.S.$6,000 * Complimentary for Platinum Sponsors. · Promotional Material Distribution Indicate in the box that you are requesting the Promotional Material Distribution sponsorship privilege (click here to download) at a fee of U.S.$1,500: · Confirmation If the sponsorship privilege(s) is still available, ICAO will confirm the booking by return e-mail or facsimile.
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Score: 1414586.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...RTD2010_sponsorbookingform.doc
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Microsoft PowerPoint - DCE wb Jan 2009.ppt Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE): a methodology for eliciting health workers preferences Geneva January 3rd 2009 Christophe Lemiere / WB / Washington DC Discrete Choice Experiment • The Stated Preference methodologies: a large family (conjoint analysis, contingent valuation…) • An increasingly popular methodology for eliciting HW preferences regarding rural jobs: Indonesia, Malawi, Ethiopia, Niger… DCE: a cheap and easy survey instrument • A sample of HW are asked to choose between «job descriptions » (arranged in about 15 pairs). • Less than one hour per surveyed person • A small sample (i.e. 100) is enough Malawi by Mangham 2007 Why DCE is better than other methodologies for eliciting preferences (1/2) ? (...) Because we are not good at assessing our preferences. We can rank them (to some extent), along an ordinal scale, but we have difficulties to assign absolute values to our preferences. • Example: 2. (...) Extremely useful for policymakers (for designing policies type « B » and even «C»), as it measures trade-offs in preferences 2. Given that DCE in HW retention has always been used after an intervention (so far), we are not sure whether DCE stated preferences are good predictors of actual HW choices.
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Score: 1374883.6 - https://www.who.int/hrh/migrat...hmr_expert_meeting_lemiere.pdf
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. · Hospitality Events From the Hospitality Events table ( click here to download ) identify the hospitality slot number, corresponding sponsor category and name of the hospitality event in order of preference; and identify the applicable sponsorship fee ( click here to download ). Preference Hospitality Slot Number/Category/Event Fee 1st choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ 2nd choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ 3rd choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ · Delegate Bag Indicate in the box that you are requesting the delegate bag sponsorship privilege ( click here to download ) at a fee of U.S.$7,500: · Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table ( click here to download ) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. Preference Speaking Slot Number/Time Fee 1st choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time/Date: _______________________ U.S.$6,500 2nd choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time/Date: _______________________ U.S.$6,500 3rd choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time/Date: _______________________ U.S.$6,500 4th choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time/Date: _______________________ U.S.$6,500 · Promotional Material Distribution Indicate in the box that you are requesting the Promotional Material Distribution sponsorship privilege ( click here to download ) at a fee of U.S.$1,500: · Confirmation If the sponsorship privilege(s) is still available, ICAO will confirm the booking by return e-mail or facsimile.
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Score: 1371455.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...20Sponsor%20Booking%20Form.doc
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WHO | Employment preferences of public sector nurses in Malawi: results from a discrete choice experiment. Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Employment preferences of public sector nurses in Malawi: results from a discrete choice experiment. (...) The results of the discrete choice experiment found that there were relatively few nurses whose preferences appeared to be dominated by a single attribute, and all six attributes had a statistically significant influence on the nurses’ preferences.
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Score: 1370793.75 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...es/motivation_nurse_malawi/en/
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. · Hospitality Events From the Hospitality Events table (see the Sponsorship Information document) identify the hospitality slot number, corresponding sponsor category and name of the hospitality event in order of preference. Preference Hospitality Slot Number/Category/Event 1st choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ 2nd choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ 3rd choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ · Delegate Bag Indicate in the box that you are requesting the delegate bag sponsorship privilege (see the Sponsorship Information document): · Promotional Material Distribution Indicate in the box that you are requesting the Promotional Material Distribution sponsorship privilege (see the Sponsorship Information document): 3. Booking a Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (see the Sponsorship Information document) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. Preference Speaking Slot Number/Day/Presentation Time 1st choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 2nd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 3rd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 4.
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Score: 1369421.5 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...BNS2012-SponsorBookingForm.doc
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. · Hospitality Events From the Hospitality Events table (see the Sponsorship Information document) identify the hospitality slot number, corresponding sponsor category and name of the hospitality event in order of preference. Preference Hospitality Slot Number/Category/Event 1st choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ 2nd choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ 3rd choice Hospitality Slot number: _____ Sponsor category: ____________________ Hospitality event: _______________________________________________ · Delegate Bag Indicate in the box that you are requesting the delegate bag sponsorship privilege (see the Sponsorship Information document): · Executive Portfolio Indicate in the box that you are requesting the executive portfolio sponsorship privilege (see the Sponsorship Information document): · Promotional Material Distribution Indicate in the box that you are requesting the Promotional Material Distribution sponsorship privilege (see the Sponsorship Information document): 3. Booking a Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (see the Sponsorship Information document) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. Preference Speaking Slot Number/Day/Presentation Time 1st choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 2nd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 3rd choice Speaking slot number: ______ Day: __________________ Time: ________ 4.
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Score: 1369421.5 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ANC2012-SponsorBookingForm.doc
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To this end, we conducted a choice experiment to elicit the preferences of 761 EAs for job attributes. (...) This implies that EAs evidently prefer the two hypothetical job choices associated with differing attribute levels than their current job and its respective attributes. (...) The hypothetical nature of the questions in the choice experiment might be unconvincing as respondents may over or understate their true preferences systematically.
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Score: 1367098.2 - https://www.un.org/ldc5/sites/...in_remote_areas_-_ethiopia.pdf
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Respondents select their preferred alternative, and the influence of each attribute on their choice is then mathematically estimated. (...) Hanson K, Jack W. Health worker preferences for job attributes in Ethiopia: Results from a discrete choice experiment (working paper). (...) Kjaer T, Gyrd-Hansen D. Preference heterogeneity and choice of cardiac rehabilitation program: results from a discrete choice experiment.
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Score: 1357168.8 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/88/5/09-072892/en/
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WHO | A review of the application and contribution of discrete choice experiments to inform human resources policy interventions Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums A review of the application and contribution of discrete choice experiments to inform human resources policy interventions Case study Authors : Mylene Lagarde, Duane Blaauw Publication details Number of pages : 9 Publication date : 2009 Languages : English Downloads English This is a review of studies using discrete choice experiments to investigate human resource issues related to health workers. As there is less evidence of the determinants of health workers' job preferences, DCE can be a valuable methodology to analyse the stated preference of health care workers for different job characteristics. DCE study forces respondents to make trade offs, revealing and quantifying their underlying hierarchy of preferences. Discrete choice experiments are a valuable tool for informing decision-makers on how to design strategies to address human resources problems.
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Score: 1356346.5 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...rces/review_discretechoice/en/
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Mangham LJ, Hanson K. Employment preferences of public sector nurses in Malawi: results from a discrete choice experiment. (...) Empirical approaches to combining revealed and stated preference data: Some recent development with reference to urban mode choice. (...) Kruijshaar ME, Essink-Bot ML, Donkers B, Looman CW, Siersema PD, Steyerberg EW. A labelled discrete choice experiment adds realism to the choices presented: preferences for surveillance tests for Barrett esophagus.
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Score: 1347351 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/88/5/09-072918/en/
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