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Fig. 1 | Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health

Fig. 1

From: Cost-effectiveness of dialectical behaviour therapy vs. enhanced usual care in the treatment of adolescents with self-harm

Fig. 1

The figure shows plots of simulated ICERs, mean incremental costs on the y-axis, and mean incremental effect on the x-axis (per bootstrap sample, 1000 replications), on the left hand side. On the right hand side, the corresponding CEACs show changes in probability of DBT-A being cost-effective compared to EUC (y-axis) as a function of increasing threshold values (x-axis). a Plot of simulated ICERs and CEAC with incremental total treatment costs and mean incremental effect in terms of mean number of self-harm episodes. Note that increased effect is indicated by negative values on the x-axis. b Plot of simulated ICERs and CEAC with incremental outpatient costs (emergency treatment costs excluded) and mean incremental effect in terms of mean number of self-harm episodes. Note that increased effect is indicated by negative values on the x-axis. c Plot of simulated ICERs and CEAC with incremental total treatment costs and mean incremental effect in terms of change in global functioning (CGAS)

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