Home > Evaluation of psychoactive substance use disorder treatment, workbook 8: economic evaluations.

WHO, UNDCP & EMCDDA. (2000) Evaluation of psychoactive substance use disorder treatment, workbook 8: economic evaluations. WHO, UNDCP & EMCDDA.

[img]
Preview
PDF (Workbook 8: economic evaluation) - Published Version
284kB

What is an economic evaluation? p.8
Why do an economic evaluation? p.9
How to do a cost evaluation: general steps p.10
1. Defining the economic question and the perspective of the study
2. Determining the treatments to be evaluated
3. Choosing the study design
4. Identifying, measuring and valuing the costs of the alternative treatments
5. Identifying, measuring and valuing the benefits of the alternative treatments 6. Adjusting costs and benefits for differential timing
7. Measuring the incremental costs and benefits
8. Putting the costs and benefits of the alternatives together and analysing the results
9. Testing the sensitivity of results
Conclusion and a practical recommendation p.29
Sample questionnaires p.30
Discounting tables p.31
Case example of economic evaluation
Cost-effectiveness evaluation of substance misuse interventions p.33


Date:2000
Call No:JQ6.2, MQ8.10
Pages:38 p.
Publisher:WHO, UNDCP & EMCDDA
Corporate Creators:WHO, UNDCP & EMCDDA
Keywords:cost (economic), cost estimation, cost-benefit analysis, cost-effectiveness, cost-effectiveness of AOD health services, evaluation, program evaluation
Notes:Series of workbooks on evaluation of psychoactive substance use disorder treatment.
EndNote:View
Accession Number:HRB 827 (Available)
Related URLs:
Subjects:B Drugs and alcohol substances > New (novel) psychoactive substances
MP-MR Policy, planning, economics, work and social services > Programme planning, implementation, and evaluation > Programme evaluation
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Health care economics
R Research > Research and evaluation method
J Health care, prevention and rehabilitation > Health services, drugs and alcohol research
MP-MR Policy, planning, economics, work and social services > Economic aspects of drugs and alcohol (cost / pricing)

Repository Staff Only: item control page