City-level interventions: cost studies

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Developing a framework for estimating the potential impact of obesity interventions in a European city

This article tries to identify the potential comparative cost-effective of interventions at a city-level to reduce BMI and the amount of investment in different types of interventions. See more

The Cost-Effectiveness of a Successful Community-Based Obesity Prevention Program: The Be Active Eat Well Program

The aim of this study was to examine the cost-effectiveness of Be Active Eat Well program that promoted healthy eating and physical activity for Australian children aged 4-12 years between 2003 and 2006. See more

Cost-effectiveness of whole-of-community obesity prevention programs: An overview of the evidence

The aim of this paper is to review the economic evaluation literature of multifaceted, community-based obesity prevention programmes. See more

Economic Evaluation of a Community-based Obesity Prevention Program in Children: The APPLE Project

The aim of this study was to assess the costs of implementing APPLE in relation to effects on weight, including any benefits in health-related quality of life terms. See more

Lifestyle Interventions Are Cost-Effective in people with Different Levels of Diabetes Risk: Results from a Modeling Study

The primary aim of this study was to explore and compare the cost-effectiveness of lifestyle interventions for individuals at different levels of diabetes risk. See more