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Table 1 Summary of the NHOs mentioned by the experts

From: A qualitative study on the views of experts regarding the incorporation of non-health outcomes into the economic evaluations of public health interventions

NHOs Heading Example quotes
Individual level   
  Educational achievements ‘’educational output”
‘’reduction of school dropout”
‘’literacy and numeracy skills”
‘’an increase of Intelligent Quotient (IQ)”
  Social life ‘’frequency of social contact”
‘’going out with friends
  (Un) healthy behavior “’frequency of walking”
‘’alcohol and or drug abuse”
  Perceived life control ‘freedom”
  Emotions ‘’a sense of satisfaction”
  Self-confidence ‘’self-esteem”
  Employability ‘’ability to work”
‘’being productive”
  Family life ‘’have a partner”
‘’the ability to conceive”
  Physical environment ‘’insulation of houses”
‘’pollution (asbestosis)”
  Justice and security ’new security mechanisms for houses”
‘’contact with the police or the judicial system”
  End of life aspects ‘’being prepared for death‘’
‘’emotional and physical suffering”
  Use of medical treatment ‘’medicine use”
‘change of medical regime
  Perceptions ‘’their perception of crime and fear”’
”changes in people's perception”
  Other ‘’activities at home”
‘’sexual dysfunction”
Direct Social level   
  (Un) healthy behavior ‘’cooking and eating properly of the family”
‘’reducing aggression and violence”
  Educational achievements ‘’increase of concentration levels of the class”
‘’impact on truancy rates in classes”
  Social life ‘’Impact of social cohesion on neighborhood”
‘’social exclusion”
  Employability ‘’absenteeism and presenteeism of caregivers”
‘’the sickness-leave of teachers”
  Well-being ‘’Improved well-being in neighborhood’
‘’effect of increase of well-being across generations’
  Physical environment ‘’how dwelling conditions (space, privacy) affect relations within family/ household”
‘’accelerated damage due to damp houses to their children”
  Perceptions ‘’people's perception of their neighborhoods”
‘’children’s perception of growing up in better environments”
  Other ‘’individual resilience impacts of family members”
‘’innovation and creativity”
‘’emotional burden on family and friends”
Societal level   
  Labor participation and productivity ‘’reduction of number of teachers”
‘’lack of employment”
  Justice and security ‘’crime related to alcohol consumption”
’impact of social security on society”
  Unhealthy behavior ‘’bullying”
‘’drug (mis)use”
  Use and availability of healthcare services ‘’having antibiotics available”
‘’use of social services and amenities”
  Participation and connectedness ‘’social connectedness”
‘’sense of community”
  Educational achievements ‘’education outcomes”
‘’educational attainment would improve educational achievements of children”
  Transport ‘’traffic injuries”
‘’impact on congestion/traffic jams on the roads”
  Economic ‘’poverty”
‘’financial exclusion”
‘’impact on the local economy”
‘’(social) welfare and effects”
‘’social capital”
  Physical environment ‘’housing rates of homelessness”
‘’damp housing”
  Other ‘’learning disability workers”
‘’is interested in resilience in terms of coping with difficult situations”