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Table 61

Results of sensitivity analysis of offering CBT in addition to standard care to people with schizophrenia.

ScenarioTotal net cost (negative cost implies net saving)
Use of 95% CIs of RR of hospitalisation−£2,277 (lower CI) to £557 (upper CI)
Exclusion of TARRIER1998 from meta-analysis−£1,490 (−£2,771 to £47 using the 95% CIs of RR of hospitalisation)
Exclusion of BACH2002 (non-UK study) from meta-analysis−£375 (−£2,465 to £2,599 using the 95% CIs of RR of hospitalisation)
Exclusion of TARRIER1998 and BACH2002 from meta-analysis−£1,231 (−£2,502 to £437 using the 95% CIs of RR of hospitalisation)
CBT sessions between 12 and 20−£1,257 to −£721 respectively
Hospitalisation rate under standard care between 40% and 20%−£1,678 to −£303 respectively
Mean length of hospitalisation 69 days−£214 (−£1,017 to £751 using the 95% CIs of RR of hospitalisation)

From: 8, Psychological therapy and psychosocial interventions in the treatment and management of schizophrenia

Cover of Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia: Core Interventions in the Treatment and Management of Schizophrenia in Primary and Secondary Care (Update) [Internet].
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 82.
National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (UK).
Leicester (UK): British Psychological Society; 2009 Mar.
Copyright © 2009, National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health.

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