Lead by Alan Brennan and Colin Angus - University of Sheffield (USFD), United Kingdom
The objectives of the work package on cost effectiveness were:
- To adapt the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model and its appraisal of the cost-effectiveness of screening and brief interventions from its current England context, to model the effectiveness of screening and brief interventions in the Netherlands, Poland and Italy.
- To use the results of the modelling to consider generalisability of interventions across the EU
- To investigate modelling long-term cost-effectiveness of dissemination approaches studied in RCTs in other work packages.
Work package 3 outputs
- WP3 Factsheet
- Deliverable 3.1: Cost-effectiveness Model Report
- Addendum 3.1 on long-term cost-effectiveness
- Scientific Publications:
- Angus, C., Scafato, E., Ghirini, S., Torbica, A., Ferre, F., Struzzo, P., ... & Brennan, A. (2014). Cost-effectiveness of a programme of screening and brief interventions for alcohol in primary care in Italy. BMC family practice, 15(1), 26.
- Angus, C., Latimer, N., Preston, L., Li, J., & Purshouse, R. (2014). What are the implications for policy makers? A systematic review of the cost-effectiveness of screening and brief interventions for alcohol misuse in primary care. Frontiers in psychiatry, 5.
- Angus, C., Thomas, C., Anderson, P., Meier, P. S., & Brennan, A. (2016). Estimating the cost-effectiveness of brief interventions for heavy drinking in primary health care across Europe. The European Journal of Public Health, ckw122.
- Preliminary report on the adaptation of the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model to the Italian context
- WP3 Protocol Report
Material in other languages
- WP3 Factsheet: Kosteneffectiviteitsonderzoek– Resultaten uit Italië, Nederland en Polen uiteengezet en verdere implicaties voor de Europese Unie
- Boomsa, LJ., Drost, IM., Larsen, IM., Luijkx, JJHM., Meerkerk, GJ., (2014). NHG-Standaard Problematisch alcoholgebruik (Derde herziening). Huisarts &Wetenschap, 27(12):638-46.