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Costing psychiatric interventions.
This chapter describes a research instrument - the Client Service Receipt Inventory (CSRI) - which has been developed and extensively applied in order to meet some of the demands and needs for costs in psychiatry. Expand
Costs of autism spectrum disorders in the United Kingdom and the United States.
The substantial direct and indirect economic effect of ASDs emphasizes the need to continue to search for effective interventions that make best use of scarce societal resources. Expand
Resources for mental health: scarcity, inequity, and inefficiency
Scarcity of available resources, inequities in their distribution, and inefficiencies in their use pose the three main obstacles to better mental health, especially in low-income and middle-income countries. Expand
Measurement of health-related quality of life for people with dementia: development of a new instrument (DEMQOL) and an evaluation of current methodology.
The DEMQOL system has been validated in the UK in a large sample of people with dementia and their carers, and it provides separate measures for self-report and proxy report, which allows outcomes assessment across a wide range of severity in dementia. Expand
Cost of schizophrenia in England.
- R. Mangalore, M. Knapp
- Economics, Medicine
- The journal of mental health policy and economics
- 31 March 2007
Schizophrenia continues to be a high cost illness because of the range of health needs that people have and decision-makers need to recognise the breadth of economic impacts, well beyond the health system as conventionally defined. Expand
Financial cost of social exclusion: follow up study of antisocial children into adulthood
- Stephen Scott, M. Knapp, J. Henderson, B. Maughan
- Psychology, Medicine
- BMJ : British Medical Journal
- 28 July 2001
Antisocial behaviour in childhood is a major predictor of how much an individual will cost society, and the cost is large and falls on many agencies, yet few agencies contribute to prevention, which could be cost effective. Expand
The global costs of schizophrenia.
All cost-of-illness estimates highlight the heavy societal burden of schizophrenia, and to better interpret and explain the large within- and across-country differences that exist are highlighted. Expand
The effectiveness of supported employment for people with severe mental illness: a randomised controlled trial
The demonstration of the effectiveness of IPS in widely differing labour market and welfare contexts confirms this service to be an effective approach for vocational rehabilitation in mental health that deserves investment and further investigation. Expand
Paying the price: the cost of mental health care in England to 2026