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Jun-2011Efficiency and/or equality in health outcomes: determination of SWF parametersPinho, Micaela Moreira; Botelho, Anabela; Veiga, Paula AlexandraOral presentationRestricted access (UMinho)
2014Erratum: Who should participate in health care priority setting and how should priorities be set? Evidence from a Portuguese survey (Revista Portuguesa de Saude Publica (2013) 31:2 (214-22))Botelho, Anabela; Pinho, Micaela Moreira; Veiga, PaulaCorrigendumOpen access
Mar-2008Racionamento dos cuidados de saúde: introduçãoPinho, Micaela MoreiraArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
Mar-2008Racionamento dos cuidados de saúde: problemática inerentePinho, Micaela MoreiraArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
Sep-2010Racionamento dos recursos da saúdePinho, Micaela MoreiraArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
4-Sep-2009O racionamento dos recursos da saúde através do estabelecimento de prioridades : uma perspectiva socialPinho, Micaela MoreiraDoctoral thesisRestricted access (UMinho)
2010Racionamento explícito dos cuidados de saúde: quem (e como) deve participar na tomada de decisões?Pinho, Micaela Moreira; Botelho, Anabela; Veiga, Paula AlexandraConference paperRestricted access (UMinho)
2014The dilemma of managing scarce health care resources; evidence of the conflict between economic or ethical principles in microallocation decisionsPinho, Micaela MoreiraArticleRestricted access (UMinho)
2010Who and how should participate in health care priority setting?Botelho, Anabela; Pinho, Micaela Moreira; Veiga, Paula AlexandraConference paperRestricted access (UMinho)
Dec-2011Who and how should participate in health care priority setting? evidence from a Portuguese surveyBotelho, Anabela; Pinho, Micaela Moreira; Veiga, Paula AlexandraWorking paperOpen access
2013Who should participate in health care priority setting and how should priorities be set? Evidence from a Portuguese surveyBotelho, Anabela; Pinho, Micaela Moreira; Veiga, Paula AlexandraArticleOpen access