ob0001rfc1.5 | (1) (1) | UKCO2019
, Breeze Penny
, Norman Paul
, Brennan Alan
, Ahern Amy
Background: Health economic modelling is used to estimate the cost-effectiveness of obesity interventions, usually over a patients lifetime. These estimates inform whether a treatment is recommended for funding or not. Due to the short-term nature of clinical trials and the mixed evidence regarding long-term weight maintenance, assumptions are made about the long-term impact of an intervention. We aimed to adapt an existing health economic model of obesity to include psy...