Results

The table below places in order of priority the preventative health interventions evaluated to date.

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Interventions

Category Intervention Priority Ranking Priority Score Affordability Certainty Report
Alcohol Increases in taxation to reduce population consumption of alcohol 1 11.30 %
Smoking Increases in taxation to reduce population smoking rates 2 9.62 %
Smoking National mass media campaigns for reducing population smoking rates  3 9.46 %
Diet, physical activity, obesity National mass media campaigns to reduce population levels of obesity 4 9.09 %
Smoking Brief interventions delivered in GP surgeries to improve quit rates  5 8.98 %
Alcohol Brief interventions delivered in GP surgeries to reduce problem drinking 6 8.70 %
Diet, physical activity, obesity Brief interventions delivered in GP surgeries to improve uptake of physical activity 7 8.63 %
Smoking Nicotine replacement therapy to improve quit rates 8 8.25 %
STI / teenage pregnancy Screening and treatment for reducing the prevalence of Chlamydia 9 7.38 %
Diet, physical activity, obesity School based group education to reduce population levels of obesity 10 7.25 %
STI / teenage pregnancy School based group education for increasing rates of condom use and reducing STIs and unwanted pregnancy 11 6.00 %
Statins Statins for primary prevention of stroke and heart disease (demonstrating QALYs for two example CVD risk groups) 12 4.26 %
Mental health Assessment and support of caregivers for preventing depression in caregivers 13 0.95 %
Mental health Screening and treatment to prevent depression in retirees (age over 65 years) 14 0.12 %

14 interventions 

Distribution of ranked interventions

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26 September 2017 17:25 Health England Leading Prioritisation vaspiraHub 2017.7760