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Global burden of disease and injury and economic cost attributable to alcohol use and alcohol-use disorders
Challenges in ensuring global access to COVID-19 vaccines: production, affordability, allocation, and deployment
The International Decision Support Initiative Reference Case for Economic Evaluation: An Aid to Thought.
Economic evaluation of palliative management versus peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis for end-stage renal disease: evidence for coverage decisions in Thailand.
- Y. Teerawattananon, M. Mugford, V. Tangcharoensathien
- Medicine, Political ScienceValue in health : the journal of the…
The results suggest that offering PD as initial treatment was a better choice than offering HD, but it would only be considered a cost-effective strategy if the social willingness-to-pay threshold was at or higher than 700,000 Baht per QALY (54,000 PPP US$/QALY).
The economic impact of alcohol consumption: a systematic review
- M. Thavorncharoensap, Y. Teerawattananon, J. Yothasamut, Chanida Lertpitakpong, U. Chaikledkaew
- MedicineSubstance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy
- 25 November 2009
The findings consistently confirmed that the economic burden of alcohol on society is substantial and further well-designed research studies are warranted in specific countries to support the formulation of alcohol-related policies.
Multicriteria decision analysis for including health interventions in the universal health coverage benefit package in Thailand.
Systematic Review of Economic Evaluations of Preparedness Strategies and Interventions against Influenza Pandemics
- R. Pérez Velasco, Naiyana Praditsitthikorn, Y. Teerawattananon
- Medicine, Political SciencePloS one
- 29 February 2012
The available evidence is generally inconclusive regarding the cost effectiveness of preparedness strategies and interventions against influenza pandemics and studies on their effectiveness and cost effectiveness should be readily implemented in forthcoming events that also involve the developing world.
Multi-criteria decision analysis for setting priorities on HIV/AIDS interventions in Thailand
- S. Youngkong, Y. Teerawattananon, S. Tantivess, R. Baltussen
- Medicine, Political ScienceHealth Research Policy and Systems
- 17 February 2012
The feasibility of multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) to prioritize HIV/AIDS interventions in Thailand is documented, and the usefulness of a deliberative process as an integrated component of MCDA is shown.
Economic costs of obesity in Thailand: a retrospective cost-of-illness study
- P. Pitayatienanan, Rukmanee Butchon, M. Thavorncharoensap
- Medicine, Political ScienceBMC Health Services Research
- 2 April 2014
Obesity imposes a substantial economic burden on Thai society especially in term of health care costs and large-scale comprehensive interventions focused on improving public awareness of the cost of and problems associated with obesity and promoting a healthy lifestyle should be regarded as a public health priority.
Risk prediction models of breast cancer: a systematic review of model performances
- T. Anothaisintawee, Y. Teerawattananon, Chollathip Wiratkapun, Vijj Kasamesup, A. Thakkinstian
- PsychologyBreast Cancer Research and Treatment
- 1 May 2012
Most models yielded relatively poor discrimination in both internal and external validation, which might be because of a lack of knowledge about risk factors, heterogeneous subtypes of breast cancer, and different distributions of risk factors across populations.