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Micro-costing and a cost-consequence analysis of the ‘Girls Active’ programme: A cluster randomised controlled trial

, Melanie J. Davies, Charlotte L. Edwardson, Trish Gorely, Danielle H. Bodicoat, Kamlesh Khunti, Lauren B. Sherar, Thomas Yates, Rhiannon Tudor Edwards. Formal analysis: Joanna M. Charles. Funding ... acquisition: Melanie J. Davies. Investigation: Joanna M. Charles. Methodology: Joanna M. Charles, Deirdre M. Harrington, Melanie J. Davies, Charlotte L. Edwardson, Trish Gorely, Danielle H. Bodicoat, Kamlesh

Parental depression and child conduct problems: evaluation of parental service use and associated costs after attending the Incredible Years Basic Parenting Programme

Background There is co-morbidity between parental depression and childhood conduct disorder. The Incredible Years (IY) parenting programmes reduce both conduct disorder in children and depression in their parents. Recent U.K. and Ireland trials of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of IY parenting programmes have assessed children’s health and social care service use, but...

Parental depression and child conduct problems: evaluation of parental service use and associated costs after attending the Incredible Years Basic Parenting Programme

There is co-morbidity between parental depression and childhood conduct disorder. The Incredible Years (IY) parenting programmes reduce both conduct disorder in children and depression in their parents. Recent U.K. and Ireland trials of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of IY parenting programmes have assessed children’s health and social care service use, but little is...

A national Programme Budgeting and Marginal Analysis (PBMA) of health improvement spending across Wales: disinvestment and reinvestment across the life course

Background Wales faces serious public health challenges, with relatively low life expectancies and wide inequalities in life expectancy with associated pressures on the National Health Service (NHS) at a time of financial recession. This has led to growing recognition of the need to better understand the range of health improvement and prevention programmes across Welsh...