ODHIN (Optimising Delivery of Healthcare Interventions) is an EU-wide project focusing on understanding how best to translate the results of clinical research into every day Primary Health Care. The project is using screening and brief interventions (SBI) for hazardous and harmful alcohol consumption, within a Primary Health Care context, as a case study to investigate this transition.
ScHARR are heading Work Package 3, which concentrates on modelling the impact of several SBI strategies in a number of EU countries. We are working closely with colleagues in The Netherlands, Italy and Poland to adapt the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model to each of these countries to allow us to to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of SBI programs within different national contexts.
Angus C, Li J, Romero-Rodriguez E, Anderson P, Parrott S, Brennan A (2018) ‘Cost-effectiveness of strategies to improve delivery of brief interventions for heavy drinking in primary care: results from the ODHIN trial‘, European Journal of Public Health, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/cky181
Angus C, Thomas C, Anderson P, Meier PS, Brennan A. (2016) ‘Estimating the cost-effectiveness of brief interventions for heavy drinking in primary health care across Europe‘, European Journal of Public Health, DOI: 10.1093/eurpub/ckw122
Angus, C., Latimer, N., Preston, L., Li, J. and Purshouse, R. (2014) ‘What are the implications for policy makers? A systematic review of the cost-effectiveness of screening and brief interventions for alcohol misuse in primary care‘, Frontiers in Psychiatry, 5 (114), DOI: 10.3389/fpsyt.2014.00114
Struzzo, P., Angus, C., Scafato, E., Ghirini, S., Torbica, A., Ferre, F., Scafuri, F., Purshouse, R. and Brennan, A. (2014) ‘Lo screening e l’intervento breve in medicina generale: un modello di analisi economica sui bevitori a rischio‘, Politiche sanitarie, 15 (2), pp.77-83.
Angus, C., Scafato, E., Ghirini, S., Torbica, A., Ferre, F., Struzzo, P., Purshouse, R. and Brennan, A. (2014) ‘Cost-effectiveness of a programme of screening and brief interventions for alcohol in primary care in Italy‘, BMC Family Practice, 15, e26