Cost-effectiveness of a universal strategy of brief dietary intervention for primary prevention…

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Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that considers manuscripts on all aspects of cost-effectiveness analysis, including conceptual or methodological work, economic evaluations, and policy analysis related to resource allocation at a national or international level.

Background: Primary care services aim to promote health and delay the onset of disabling long-term conditions. A healthy diet is associated with reduced risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. The study aimed to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a universal strategy to promote healthy diet through brief intervention in primary care. Methods: The research was informed by a systematic review of randomised trials which found that brief interventions in primary care may be associated with a 0.5 portion per day increase in fruit and vegetable consumption.

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Cost-effectiveness of a universal strategy of brief dietary intervention for primary prevention…