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. (szerk.) Egészség-gazdaságtan és techológiaelemzés.] Medicina Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 2012; pp. 135–190. [Hungarian] 2 Verbakel E, Tamlagsrønning S, Winstone L, et al. Informal care in

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References 1 Brouwer WB, van Exel NJ, Koopmanschap MA, et al. The valuation of informal care in economic appraisal. A consideration of individual choice and societal

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Az élettartammal és az időskori betegségteherrel kapcsolatos szubjektív várakozások

Subjective expectations concerning life expectancy and age-related health burden

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Authors: Zsombor Zrubka, Áron Kincses, László Gulácsi, Levente Kovács, and Márta Péntek

-eredményekre generalizált osteoarthrosisban.] Orv Hetil. 2020; 161: 1373–1381. [Hungarian] 12 Zrubka Zs. Measurement and health economic evaluation of informal care. [Az

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with question marks. [Idősellátás kérdőjelekkel.] Esély 2013; 24: 87–97. [Hungarian] 14 Zrubka Zs. Measurement and health economic evaluation of informal care. [Az informális

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): Different strokes from different folks: community ties and social support. American Journal of Sociology, 96 (3): 558-588. Willmott, P. (1986): Social Networks, Informal Care and Public Policy. Research Report 655. Policy

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Arber , Sara — Ginn , Jay 2000: Gender Differences in Informal Caring. In: Graham , Allan (ed.), The Sociology of the Family: A Reader , 321–339. Oxford: Blackwell. Ginn J. The

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Authors: Márta Péntek, György Kosztolányi, Béla Melegh, Adrienn Halász, Gábor Pogány, Petra Baji, Valentin Brodszky, Noémi Vártokné Hevér, Imre Boncz, and László Gulácsi

–261. [Hungarian] Van den Berg, B., Brouwer, W. B., Koopmanschap, M. A.: Economic valuation of informal care. An overview of methods and applications. Eur. J. Health Econ., 2004, 5 (1), 36

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of informal care. [Az informális ellátás mérése és egészséggazdasági értékelése.] Orv Hetil. 2017; 158: 1363–1372. [Hungarian] 44 Scholl I, Zill JM, Härter M, et al. An

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Society and Economy
Authors: Óscar Brito Fernandes, Mukhethwa Netshiombo, László Gulácsi, Niek S. Klazinga, Márta Péntek, and Petra Baji

systems in terms of increasing quality life years; greater cost-effectiveness, given patients' adherence to treatment choice where their voice was accounted for; decreased productivity loss and informal care burden and; contribution to employment

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