Investigating the cost-effectiveness of three cessation interventions on a national scale using the Economics of Smoking in Pregnancy (ESIP) decision analytic model.

Jones, Matthew, Smith, Murray, Lewis, Sarah , Parrott, Steve and Coleman, Tim (2022) Investigating the cost-effectiveness of three cessation interventions on a national scale using the Economics of Smoking in Pregnancy (ESIP) decision analytic model. Addiction . pp. 1-11. ISSN 0965-2140

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Aim: To estimate the cost-effectiveness of adding text message (TMB), exercise (EB), and abstinent-contingent financial incentive-based (CFIB) stop smoking interventions to standard smoking cessation support for pregnant women in England.
Design: Modelling cost-effectiveness outcomes by separately adding three cessation interventions to standard cessation care offered to pregnant women in England. English National Health Service Stop Smoking Services (NHS SSS) statistics from 2019-2020 were used for estimating the base quit rate. Intervention effectiveness and cost data for interventions were taken from trial reports. Cost-effectiveness was derived using the Economics of Smoking in Pregnancy (ESIP) model from a health service and Personal Social Services perspective. Interventions were compared with each other as well as against standard cessation care.

Keywords:Smoking, Tobacco, Smoking Cessation, Pregnancy, Economic Evaluation, Cost-Effective
Subjects:B Subjects allied to Medicine > B990 Subjects Allied to Medicine not elsewhere classified
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Health & Social Care
ID Code:49860
Deposited On:17 Jun 2022 13:40

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