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Return on Investment: Mental Health Promotion and Mental Illness Prevention Core

Return on Investment: Mental Health Promotion and Mental Illness Prevention
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Date: Sep 29, 2011 Price A/B: Free
ISBN: 978-1-55465-932-6 Action: Download

The Canadian Population Health Initiative (CPHI) of the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) commissioned the Canadian Policy Network at the University of Western Ontario to complete a scoping study that examines the return on investment and cost effectiveness of mental health promotion.

Mental health issues will be among the leading causes of disability in Canada by 2030, yet there is limited information about the costs of interventions for mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. This scoping study found that there is research showing a return on investment for some mental health promotion/illness prevention interventions.

The strongest evidence was for interventions targeting children and youth (such as those that focus on conduct disorders, depression, parenting, and suicide awareness and prevention), while the weakest evidence was from the workplace sector.

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Return on Investment: Mental Health Promotion and Mental Illness Prevention

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Return on Investment: Mental Health Promotion and Mental Illness Prevention Core

Return on Investment: Mental Health Promotion and Mental Illness Prevention
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Pages: 80 File Details: (PDF) 893 KB
Date: Sep 29, 2011 Price A/B: Free
ISBN: 978-1-55465-933-3 Action: Download

The Canadian Population Health Initiative (CPHI) of the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) commissioned the Canadian Policy Network at the University of Western Ontario to complete a scoping study that examines the return on investment and cost effectiveness of mental health promotion.

Mental health issues will be among the leading causes of disability in Canada by 2030, yet there is limited information about the costs of interventions for mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. This scoping study found that there is research showing a return on investment for some mental health promotion/illness prevention interventions.

The strongest evidence was for interventions targeting children and youth (such as those that focus on conduct disorders, depression, parenting, and suicide awareness and prevention), while the weakest evidence was from the workplace sector.

Series

Return on Investment: Mental Health Promotion and Mental Illness Prevention

Contact

cphi@cihi.ca



© 1996-2017, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). All rights reserved.

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