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Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: the economic case i CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 Prevention, promotion and economics 1 1.2 Objectives and approach 2 1.3 Challenges and limitations 2 2. THE INTERVENTIONS MODELLED 2.1 Health visiting and reducing post-natal depression Context 4 Intervention 4 Impact 4 Key points 5 References 5 2.2(More)
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  • D McDaid
  • 2001
Although Alzheimer's disease and related disorders may have a heavy impact on informal caregivers, estimates of informal care costs have been neglected and when included in cost of illness studies, valuations have been highly variable. Although these variations are in part due to differences in samples and the difficulty in measuring caregiving time, this(More)
Despite the high impact of mental disorders in society, European mental health research is at a critical situation with a relatively low level of funding, and few advances been achieved during the last decade. The development of coordinated research policies and integrated research networks in mental health is lagging behind other disciplines in Europe,(More)
A systematic review was conducted to determine the extent to which an economic case has been made in high-income countries for investment in interventions to promote mental health and well-being. We focused on areas of interest to the DataPrev project: early years and parenting interventions, actions set in schools and workplaces and measures targeted at(More)
Alternatively, complete an online request form for documentation, health information, or for permission to quote or translate, on the Regional Office web site The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the World Health Organization concerning the(More)
AIMS There is growing demand for economic analysis to support strategic decision-making for mental health but the availability of economic evidence, in particular on system performance remains limited. The Mental Health Economics European Network (MHEEN) was set up in 2002 with the broad objective of developing a base for mental health economics information(More)