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use of meta-analysis in economic evaluation

Francis Pang

use of meta-analysis in economic evaluation

by Francis Pang

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Published by University of York, Centre for Health Economics in York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographic references.

StatementFrancis Pang, Michael Drummond, Fujian Song.
SeriesDiscussion paper / Centre for Health Economics -- 173
ContributionsDrummond, M. F., Song, Fujian.
The Physical Object
Pagination25p. ;
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20200589M

1. Obes Rev. Jul;19(7) doi: /obr Epub Jan Utility values for childhood obesity interventions: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the evidence for use in economic evaluation. ©Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, Page 4 Guide to HTA – August 1. Introduction ICER conducts evidence-based reviews and economic evaluations of healthcare interventions such as drugs, devices, and diagnostic tests. ICERs reports assist patients, clinicians, payers, life science.

2 comprehensive books containing full analysis and evaluation of all Year 1 Macroeconomics and Microeconomics content. Writing the same depth of analysis and evaluation as in these packs for all essay topics in Economics will consistently score you top marks, be sure to get them now! AQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC, CIE, Educas, IB and AP.   The identified economic evaluations varied by disease or condition focus, economic outcome measurements, perspectives, and were distributed unevenly geographically, limiting formal meta-analysis. Further research is needed in low and low-middle income countries and to understand the impact of different mHealth types.

from book Leadership and organizational outcomes: Meta-analysis of empirical studies (pp) Introduction to Meta-Analysis Chapter February w Reads. The most severe fault in meta-analysis often occurs when the person or persons doing the meta-analysis have an economic, social, or political agenda such as the passage or defeat of legislation. People with these types of agendas may be more likely to abuse meta-analysis due to personal bias.


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4 The Use of Meta-Analysis in Economic Evaluation Development of a protocol It is generally recommended as with any scientific endeavour, that the methods of the meta-analysis should be established beforehand in the form of a protocol.

conducting a meta-analysis of clinical data for use in an economic evaluation. To address a specific resource question, an ec onomic evaluation should be based on reliable.

Meta-Evaluation: Using Meta-Analysis and Data Visualization to Inform Policy Inspired by Meta-Analysis Meta-analysis is a technique for creating a quantitative summary of the evidence surrounding intervention effectiveness across studies. Because not all studies measure outcomes in the same way, meta-analysis beginsFile Size: 2MB.

Meta-analysis is used to evaluate the effect that is described by a number of publications. In systematic reviews researchers generally do not have access to the raw data, only to the conclusions of the study. Meta-analysis allows you to determine the overall effect on the basis of the studies’ effects.

Meta-analysis is a formal synthesis of results and findings of scientific studies, which can assist in gaining new insights, explaining differences between results of similar studies, or use of meta-analysis in economic evaluation book useful directions of research.

In this book we focus on the use of meta-analysis in environmental economics and related fields of study. Meta-analysis in economics Tom Stanley Stanley, T.D. and Jarrell, S.B. () Meta-regression analysis: a quantitative method of literature surveys.

Journal of Economic Surveys 3: Stanley, T.D. () Wheat from Chaff: Meta-analysis as quantitative literature review. Journal of Economic Perspectives 15(3): limit the use of CBA. • CBA allows the assessment of intrinsic value i.e., if benefits exceed costs the intervention is worth doing (ignoring deadweight loss from taxation and fiscal constraints).

• CBA results can indicate intervention desirability independently of a comparison to alternatives (other economic evaluation methods cannot). (7) Other variations in ‘type 2’ meta- evaluations • Evaluation phase: (i) the design of a study; (ii) the process by which a study is undertaken; or (iii) the results of an evaluation study.

• Criteria: on which the evaluation judgments are made (such as quality standards). a meta analysis. We intend to discuss the steps of a simple meta analysis with a demonstration of the key steps from a published paper on meta analysis and systematic review of the e ectiveness of salt restricted diet on blood pressure control.

This paper is a basic introduction to the process of meta-analysis. In subse. 1 day ago  Design Systematic review and network meta-analysis. Data sources Medline, the Cochrane Library, CINAHL, EconLit, Embase, Health Economics Evaluations Database, NHS Economic Evaluation Database, PsycINFO, and from January to April RFP Topic: Use of Network Meta-analysis to Inform Clinical Parameters in Economic Evaluations Nicola J Cooper1 Alex J Sutton1 Felix Achana2 Nicky J Welton3 June 1 Department of Health Sciences, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 7RH, UK 2 Clinical Trials Unit, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, Coventry CV8 7AL, UK.

Meta‐analysis of studies reporting utility values for both healthy weight and overweight/obese participants found a statistically significant weighted mean difference (, 95% UI –).

A small but statistically significant difference was also estimated between healthy weight and overweight participants (, 95% UI –). “The key strength of the book is the complete and thorough coverage of psychometric meta-analysis. This technique is not covered in any other meta-analysis text, and is a major contribution to the literature The meta-analysis field needs to find ways to integrate Hunter and Schmidt’s methods into current meta-analysis practice.”.

Introduction to meta-analysis / Michael Borenstein [et al.]. ; cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (cloth) 1. Meta-analysis. Borenstein, Michael. [DNLM: 1. Meta-Analysis as Topic.

WA I ]. RM48I58 —dc22 A catalogue record for this book is available from the. Downloadable. Meta-analysis provides a family of statistical techniques for combining the results of similar studies. This paper examines the meta-analysis of clinical data in economic studies, and points to the issues and considerations that must be addressed when designing and conducting a meta-analysis of clinical data for use in an economic evaluation.

The report Use of Network Meta-analysis to Inform Clinical Parameters in Economic Evaluations describes how to use the results from a network meta-analysis (NMA) to inform parameters and to account for parameter uncertainty within an economic evaluation.

Given that. Economic evaluation Roy Brouwer and Stavros Georgiou INTRODUCTION This chapter considers the economic evaluation of interventions concerned with the contamination of recreational and other waters by microbial pollution from livestock waste.

The objective of such interventions is to reduce adverse impacts on water quality and public health. The purpose of this book is to introduce novice researchers to the tools of meta-analysis and meta-regression analysis and to summarize the state of the art for existing practitioners.

Meta-regression analysis addresses the rising "Tower of Babel" that current economics and business research has become. Meta-analysis is the statistical analysis Reviews: 1.

Meta-analysis is an analytical tool that permits the evaluation of a diagnostic or therapeutic modality through the appropriate use of previously published smaller studies. 21 Meta-analysis is not the simple pooling of data reported in numerous small studies, a notion that has often caused investigational errors.

Purpose of the meta-analysis This meta-analysis tries to further increase accountability and learning for the organisation and its stakeholders, but also to take self-reflection on the previous years of evaluation in UNODC.

90 evaluations evaluators/ experts Recommend ations Lessons Learned 1 Meta Analysis. Another type of economic evaluation is programmatic cost analysis. This is typically the first step in an economic evaluation comparing program costs to outcomes. Programmatic cost analyses include all the resources required to implement an intervention, such as .The particular type of economic evaluation we use depends on who makes the decision about which intervention to use.

For example, at the federal level, the president has to make decisions balancing defense and health. Because the outcomes are different. Introduction. This chapter describes the role of economics in developing NICE guidelines, and suggests possible approaches to use when considering economic also sets out the principles for conducting new economic modelling if there is insufficient published evidence that can be used to assess the cost effectiveness of key interventions, services or programmes.