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Lockdown design: Which features of lockdowns are most important to Covid-19 experts?

A 1000minds conjoint analysis survey was used to find out how Covid-19 experts feel about the relative importance of possible lockdown features in terms of how they are experienced.

Lockdown design: Which features of lockdowns are most important to Covid-19 experts?

New tool to assess the wellbeing of lion cubs in the wildlife tourism industry

Managers of controversial wildlife interaction facilities, such as lion farms and petting zoos, can use the tool to assess if cubs are cared for in an ethical way.

New tool to assess the wellbeing of lion cubs in the wildlife tourism industry

Electric or petrol/diesel? Which car would you choose?

1000minds was used to discover people’s preferences with respect to the relative importance of the main attributes associated with electric relative to petrol/diesel vehicles.

Electric or petrol/diesel? Which car would you choose?

What do people look for when donating to international charities?

Participants were presented a 1000minds conjoint analysis survey with the goal of figuring out which characteristics matter most when donating money to international charities.

What do people look for when donating to international charities?

How health experts developed a prioritization tool for intensive care under Covid-19

1000minds was used to rapidly develop a decision-support tool for prioritizing Covid-19 patients for admission to intensive care units (ICUs).

How health experts developed a prioritization tool for intensive care under Covid-19

How legalization of the rhino horn trade could impact rhino welfare

Legalizing the trade in rhino horn could be beneficial for the welfare of rhinoceros, a study using 1000minds shows.

How legalization of the rhino horn trade could impact rhino welfare

New Zealand health agencies use 1000minds to develop a general surgery prioritization tool

1000minds was used to develop a national prioritization tool for elective general surgery in New Zealand, which could be applicable to other OECD countries.

New Zealand health agencies use 1000minds to develop a general surgery prioritization tool

1000minds used to prioritize drug-resistant bacterial infections to guide R&D into new antibiotics

The World Health Organization used 1000minds to create a Priority Pathogens List (PPL) of antibiotic-resistant bacteria to support R&D into new and effective drugs.

1000minds used to prioritize drug-resistant bacterial infections to guide R&D into new antibiotics

1000minds helps World Health Organization prioritize deadliest diseases

Created using 1000minds, the World Health Organization published a list of antibiotic-resistant diseases to help prioritize R&D into new antibiotics globally.

1000minds helps World Health Organization prioritize deadliest diseases

A problem solved – Country-Wide magazine

A Problem Solved – an article in Country-Wide magazine, February 2013, about a New Zealand-created software program, 1000minds, going global.

A problem solved – Country-Wide magazine

The implications of geoengineering schemes for New Zealand

Next week around 40 scientists and policymakers will meet in Wellington to familiarise themselves with the principles behind geoengineering.

The implications of geoengineering schemes for New Zealand

Sheep and plant breeding objectives

The power of 1000minds is that farmers can use it to reveal otherwise hidden factors that have a significant impact on profit and they can then focus selection more on these traits.

Sheep and plant breeding objectives

Treatment-priority survey

If you had to rank 14 health treatments ranging from hip replacements to drugs for erectile dysfunction according to their benefit or value to society, how would you do it?

Treatment-priority survey

Computer may prioritize certain health basket drugs

New software developed in New Zealand and improved in Israel for choosing medications for the health basket.

Computer may prioritize certain health basket drugs

New software could improve democratic input

Air quality is one of the major concerns people have concerning a $300 million cement plant being built at Weston, near Oamaru, according to information being gathered by Ngaio Fletcher.

New software could improve democratic input

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