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Table 2 Protocol papers for current economic evaluations

From: Examining the cost effectiveness of interventions to promote the physical health of people with mental health problems: a systematic review

Bibliographic information Intervention (I) Target Population /Duration Study Design Type of analysis Cost results Physical health related Effectiveness results Perspective /Price year Synthesis of costs and effects
Comparator (C)
Bonevski et al. 2011 [57] I: Client centred, caseworker-delivered cessation support intervention for a socially disadvantaged population. 200 community dwelling socially disadvantaged smokers including people with mental health problems attending a community social service centre RCT Resources and costs of interventions and impacts on health service use Changes in smoking behaviour Health system only Not stated
Australia
C: Information on smoking cessation and telephone number for Quitline 12 months CCA
Carter et al. 2012 [52] I: 12 week preferred intensity aerobic exercise, with motivational coaching and support Community dwelling people aged 14-17 already in contact with health care services with depression RCT plus focus group analysis Boundaries not stated but will use Client Service Receipt Inventory to record health care service use. Changes in depression using Children’s Depression Inventory Not stated Incremental cost per QALY gained
England, UK
QALYs using EQ-5D
C: Usual care 9 months CUA, CEA Physical Activity Intensity (Borg Scale)
Kruisdijk et al. 2012 [54] I: 6 months exercise therapy or Nordic walking plus usual care People aged 18-65 with diagnosis of depression or bipolar disorder who are being treated on an inpatient or outpatient basis RCT Resource use and costs determined using Trimbos/iMTA Questionnaire for Costs associated with Psychiatric Illness (TIC-P) Risk factors for metabolic syndrome. Fitness and Physical Activity. QALYs using EQ-5D Health care use and productivity losses Incremental cost per QALY gained
The Netherlands
C: Usual care 12 months CUA
Stockings et al. 2011 [56] I: Multi-modal smoking cessation intervention (brief motivational interviewing plus range of post discharge support for up to 16 weeks. 200 smokers aged 18+ in an inpatient facility with acute mental health problems RCT Resource use and costs needed to deliver intervention Changes in smoking behaviour. Use of alcohol and other substance abuse. Mental wellbeing Health system only Not stated
Australia
C: Hospital smoking care only includes a referral to Quitline on discharge. 6 months post discharge CCA
Verhaeghe et al. 2012 [53] I: 10 week health promotion intervention (psycho-educational and behavioural group sessions, supervised exercise, individual counselling) targeting physical activity and diet plus usual care People aged 18 – 75 with mental disorders living in sheltered housing. 201 in intervention; 83 in control group 9 months (RCT) Cluster RCT and Markov Modelling to extrapolate risk of CVD and diabetes over 10 years Intervention costs plus costs of health care utilisation BMI, Waist Circumference, body weight, fat mass, QALYs using SF-36 Health system Incremental cost per QALY gained
Belgium
C:Usual care 10 years (model) CUA