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Economic profilePanic Online versus therapist-assisted self-administered CBT

Study & countryLimitationsApplicabilityOther commentsIncremental cost (£)1Incremental effectICER (£/effect)Uncertainty
Klein et al., 2006
Australia
Potentially serious limitations2Partially applicable3
  • Time horizon: 6 weeks
  • Cost-consequence analysis
−£14See GRADE clinical profile aboveNon-ApplicableNo significant difference in costs
1

Costs converted and uplifted to 2009 UK pounds, using PPP exchange rates (http://www​.oecd.org/std/ppp) and the UK HCHS inflation index; assuming study cost year 2004.

2

Short time horizon; intervention costs only considered; various panic, anxiety and cognition outcomes measured (cost-consequence analysis)

3

Australian study; narrow perspective (intervention costs only considered); local prices used; no QALYs estimated but outcome measures considered relevant in guideline systematic review of clinical evidence

Costs converted and uplifted to 2009 UK pounds, using PPP exchange rates (http://www​.oecd.org/std/ppp) and the UK HCHS inflation index; assuming study cost year 2004.

Short time horizon; intervention costs only considered; various panic, anxiety and cognition outcomes measured (cost-consequence analysis)

Australian study; narrow perspective (intervention costs only considered); local prices used; no QALYs estimated but outcome measures considered relevant in guideline systematic review of clinical evidence

From: Appendix 18, GRADE evidence profiles

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