Modelling and optimisation in European Kidney Exchange Programmes

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Modelling and optimisation in European Kidney Exchange Programmes. / Biró, Péter; van de Klundert, Joris; Manlove, David; Pettersson, William; Andersson, Tommy; Burnapp, Lisa; Chromy, Pavel; Delgado, Pablo; Dworczak, Piotr; Haase, Bernadette; Hemke, Aline; Johnson, Rachel; Klimentova, Xenia; Kuypers, Dirk; Nanni Costa, Alessandro; Smeulders, Bart; Spieksma, Frits; Valentín, María O.; Viana, Ana.

In: European Journal of Operational Research, 07.09.2019.

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Biró, P, van de Klundert, J, Manlove, D, Pettersson, W, Andersson, T, Burnapp, L, Chromy, P, Delgado, P, Dworczak, P, Haase, B, Hemke, A, Johnson, R, Klimentova, X, Kuypers, D, Nanni Costa, A, Smeulders, B, Spieksma, F, Valentín, MO & Viana, A 2019, 'Modelling and optimisation in European Kidney Exchange Programmes', European Journal of Operational Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2019.09.006

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Biró P, van de Klundert J, Manlove D, Pettersson W, Andersson T, Burnapp L, Chromy P, Delgado P, Dworczak P, Haase B, Hemke A, Johnson R, Klimentova X, Kuypers D, Nanni Costa A, Smeulders B, Spieksma F, Valentín MO, Viana A. 2019. Modelling and optimisation in European Kidney Exchange Programmes. European Journal of Operational Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejor.2019.09.006

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Biró, Péter ; van de Klundert, Joris ; Manlove, David ; Pettersson, William ; Andersson, Tommy ; Burnapp, Lisa ; Chromy, Pavel ; Delgado, Pablo ; Dworczak, Piotr ; Haase, Bernadette ; Hemke, Aline ; Johnson, Rachel ; Klimentova, Xenia ; Kuypers, Dirk ; Nanni Costa, Alessandro ; Smeulders, Bart ; Spieksma, Frits ; Valentín, María O. ; Viana, Ana. / Modelling and optimisation in European Kidney Exchange Programmes. In: European Journal of Operational Research. 2019.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Modelling and optimisation in European Kidney Exchange Programmes

AU - Biró, Péter

AU - van de Klundert, Joris

AU - Manlove, David

AU - Pettersson, William

AU - Andersson, Tommy

AU - Burnapp, Lisa

AU - Chromy, Pavel

AU - Delgado, Pablo

AU - Dworczak, Piotr

AU - Haase, Bernadette

AU - Hemke, Aline

AU - Johnson, Rachel

AU - Klimentova, Xenia

AU - Kuypers, Dirk

AU - Nanni Costa, Alessandro

AU - Smeulders, Bart

AU - Spieksma, Frits

AU - Valentín, María O.

AU - Viana, Ana

PY - 2019/9/7

Y1 - 2019/9/7

N2 - The complex multi-criteria optimisation problems arising in Kidney Exchange Programmes have received considerable attention both in practice and in the scientific literature. Whereas theoretical advancements are well reviewed and synthesised, this is not the case for practice. We present a synthesis of models and methods applied in present European Kidney Exchange Programmes, which is based on detailed descriptions we created for this purpose. Most descriptions address national programmes, yet we also present findings on emerging cross-national programmes. The synthesis provides a systematic and detailed description of the models and methods the programmes use, revealing important commonalities as well as considerable variation among them. Rather than distilling a single best practice from these results, we find that the variation in models and methods arises because of variation in country characteristics, policies, and ethics. The synthesised state of the art may benefit future national and cross-national initiatives and direct future theoretical contributions within and across the boundaries of the Operations Research discipline.

AB - The complex multi-criteria optimisation problems arising in Kidney Exchange Programmes have received considerable attention both in practice and in the scientific literature. Whereas theoretical advancements are well reviewed and synthesised, this is not the case for practice. We present a synthesis of models and methods applied in present European Kidney Exchange Programmes, which is based on detailed descriptions we created for this purpose. Most descriptions address national programmes, yet we also present findings on emerging cross-national programmes. The synthesis provides a systematic and detailed description of the models and methods the programmes use, revealing important commonalities as well as considerable variation among them. Rather than distilling a single best practice from these results, we find that the variation in models and methods arises because of variation in country characteristics, policies, and ethics. The synthesised state of the art may benefit future national and cross-national initiatives and direct future theoretical contributions within and across the boundaries of the Operations Research discipline.

KW - Ethics in OR

KW - Kidney exchange

KW - OR in health services

KW - OR in practice

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85072284539&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1016/j.ejor.2019.09.006

DO - 10.1016/j.ejor.2019.09.006

M3 - Article

JO - European Journal of Operational Research

JF - European Journal of Operational Research

SN - 0377-2217

ER -