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From: The cost-effectiveness of a theory-based online health behaviour intervention for new university students: an economic evaluation

Figure 3

Long-term cost-effectiveness planes and cost-effectiveness acceptability curves for U@Uni compared to do nothing. PSA = Probabilistic sensitivity analysis. A) Cost-effectiveness plane showing the per-person incremental discounted lifetime costs and incremental discounted lifetime QALYs for full development and implementation of U@Uni compared to do nothing. B) Cost-effectiveness plane showing the per-person incremental discounted lifetime costs and incremental discounted lifetime QALYs for roll-out of U@Uni compared to do nothing. C) Cost-effectiveness acceptability curve showing the probability (out of 5,000 PSA runs) of full development and implementation of U@Uni being cost-effective compared to do nothing at different willingness-to-pay thresholds. D) Cost-effectiveness acceptability curve showing the probability (out of 5,000 PSA runs) of U@Uni roll-out being cost-effective compared to do nothing at different willingness-to-pay thresholds. E) A line chart showing the ICER and the probability (out of 5,000 PSA runs) of full development and implementation of U@Uni being cost-effective compared to do nothing at different intervention effect durations. F) A line chart showing the ICER and the probability (out of 5,000 PSA runs) of U@Uni roll-out being cost-effective compared to do nothing at different intervention effect durations.

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