Tag Archives: cost-effectiveness

PLOSone journal ‘expression of concern’ about PACE authors’ unwillingness to share data

Expression of Concern: Adaptive Pacing, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Graded Exercise, and Specialist Medical Care for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, by the PLOS ONE Editors in PLoS ONE 12(5)e0177037 [Published: May 2, 2017] Several readers have raised concerns about … Continue reading

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PACE trial cost-effectiveness conclusions faulty

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson, 31 May 2016: Another Ball Drops in PACE Controversy: Cost-effectiveness Conclusions Faulty – Plus Update Some past efforts to clear up the controversies around the now notorious PACE trials have requested that the … Continue reading

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Questions about the cost effectiveness of PACE

Profs Vincent Racaniello,┬áJames Coyne and Klaas van Dijk comment on the need for the release of PACE trial data to check the claims for cost-effectiveness. Revisiting the PLoS One economics analysis of PACE by Vincent Racaniello 22 December 2015 On … Continue reading

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A fatigue self-management approach could be cost effective

Research abstract Background Fatigue is a common yet difficult to treat condition in primary care. The objective of this study is to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a brief cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) based fatigue self-management (FSM) intervention as compared to … Continue reading

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