When the cradle falls II: The cost-effectiveness of treating postnatal depression in a psychiatric day hospital compared with routine primary care.

@article{Boath2003WhenTC,
  title={When the cradle falls II: The cost-effectiveness of treating postnatal depression in a psychiatric day hospital compared with routine primary care.},
  author={Elizabeth Boath and Kirsten Major and John Cox},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2003},
  volume={74 2},
  pages={159-66}
}
BACKGROUND This prospective cohort study assessed the cost-effectiveness of treating 30 women with postnatal depression (PND) at a specialised psychiatric Parent and Baby Day Unit (PBDU), compared to 30 women treated using routine primary care (RPC). METHODS Following recruitment, the women were assessed on three occasions (initially, 3- and 6-months), using a variety of social and psychiatric outcome measures. Direct and indirect costs were collated using structured interviews, retrospective… CONTINUE READING

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