Wellbeing and cost effectiveness course slides
These three powerpoint slide decks were originally used in the wellbeing cost effectiveness analysis one-day workshop held in London on 29 January 2018.
- Martin Knapp’s slide deck is an introduction to the aims of the course; why cost-effectiveness is needed; basic principles; measuring wellbeing and costs; pulling outcomes and costs together; modelling cost-effectiveness; and using the findings.
- Sara MacLennan’s slide deck focuses on what personal subjective wellbeing is; the recommended ways of measuring it; understanding the intermediate steps; and why you want to measure affects what you measure.
- David Mcdaid’s slide deck asks why, and how to, make use of modelling; and looks specifically at Return on Investment modelling on tackling loneliness, bullying, and debt; and Social Return on Investment modelling.