- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 The uniqueness of child health and challenges to measuring costs and consequences
- Chapter 2 The reliability and validity of children’s and adolescents’ self-reported health
- Chapter 3 Incorporating caregiver and family effects in economic evaluations of child health
- Chapter 4 Measurement of health utilities in children
- Chapter 5 The use of value of information methods in the design and evaluation of clinical trials
- Chapter 6 Economic evaluations of newborn screening
- Chapter 7 Economic evaluation in harm prevention: What are the special challenges?
- Chapter 8 Obstacles to the economic evaluation of specialist child and adolescent mental health services
- Chapter 9 Is more aggressive treatment of pediatric traumatic brain injury worth it?
- Chapter 10 Economic evaluations in the management of pediatric asthma
- Chapter 11 Economic evaluation of childhood vaccines
- Chapter 12 Economic evaluation of dengue prevention
- Chapter 13 Economic evaluations of interventions for children in the developing world: The WHO-CHOICE approach
- Chapter 14 Evidence-based decision-making in child health: The role of clinical research and economic evaluation
- Chapter 15 Should health gains by children be given the same value as health gains by adults in an economic evaluation framework?
- Chapter 16 Health technology assessment in child health
- Economic Evaluation in Child Health
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