A review of the cost-effectiveness of individual level behaviour change interventions

Report, commissioned by the Health and Well-Being Alliance, which considers the economic case for implementing behaviour change interventions across the North West to tackle issues such as alcohol consumption at increasing and higher risk levels, smoking, obesity and increasing physical activity levels both in and out of the workplace.

It focuses on the delivery of education or communication based interventions.

Author: 
Jane Harris
Author: 
Jennifer Mason
Author: 
Joy Spalding
Publisher: 
North West Public Health Observatory
Published: 
2011
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