The purpose of this checklist is to assist users across NSW Health to systematically review the quality and relevance of economic evaluations. The checklist focuses on the core principles of economic evaluation and how each can be used in appraising economic methods found in a range of documents such as peer-reviewed journal articles, grey literature, project proposals and reports.Reviewing Economic Evaluations: A Checklist
The purpose of this checklist is to assist users across NSW Health to identify and consider all appropriate components when planning an economic evaluation. Once completed, users will have a clear outline of the parameters and requirements for their economic evaluation, which may be helpful when drafting project plans, project proposals, or documents to commission services for economic evaluations.Planning Economic Evaluations: A Checklist
This is designed to be used by health practitioners, policy makers, and others with responsibility for scaling up evidence-based population health interventions. It has been written primarily for use within the public sector but could also be used by non-government organisations tasked with such processes. The guide may also be useful to researchers when designing research studies, identifying research and information gaps, seeking funding to address research and information gaps, presenting intervention research findings, and identifying opportunities for partnering in evaluation and monitoring efforts when interventions are scaled up.Increasing the Scale of Population Health Interventions: A Guide
The Intervention Scalability Assessment Tool (ISAT) is designed to assist practitioners, policy makers, program managers and researchers determine the scalability of a discrete health program or intervention. Though developed for use in population health, the ISAT is adaptable and could be used in other health and human service settings, such as clinical interventions, mental health interventions or even educational interventions.