Adapting research to conduct a Discreet Choice Experiment (DCE) in the context of COVID-19 in Johannesburg, South Africa

By  Nkosinathi Ngcobo  Caroline Govathson  Maria Nardell  Sithabile Mngadi  Daniel Letswalo  Dr. Lawrence Long  Ingrid Katz  Dr Sophie Pascoe  |  | 

Why we did this study

  • The COVID-19 pandemic had unprecedented effects on public health research globally.
  • This affected conventional approaches for collecting primary data.
  • We discuss experiences including ethical implications, challenges and opportunities presented whilst trying to conduct a survey and discreet choice experiment (DCE) under the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions


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