The validity of the Child Health Utility instrument (CHU9D) as a routine outcome measure for use in child and adolescent mental health services

@inproceedings{Furber2015TheVO,
  title={The validity of the Child Health Utility instrument (CHU9D) as a routine outcome measure for use in child and adolescent mental health services},
  author={Gareth Furber and Leonie Segal},
  booktitle={Health and quality of life outcomes},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Few cost-utility studies of child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) use quality adjusted life years (a combination of utility weights and time in health state) as the outcome to enable comparison across disparate programs and modalities. Part of the solution to this problem involves embedding preference-based health-related quality of life (PBHRQOL) utility instruments, which generate utility weights, in clinical practice and research. The Child Health Utility (CHU9D) is… CONTINUE READING
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