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(REBALANCE) REview of Behaviour And Lifestyle interventions for severe obesity: AN evidenCE synthesis
Project title: (REBALANCE) REview of Behaviour And Lifestyle interventions for severe obesity: AN evidenCE synthesis
Call to action: 15/09 15/09 HTA CET Open Call, Evidence Synthesis Full Form, closing 6 May 2015
Research type: Evidence Synthesis
Chief investigator: Professor Alison Avenell
Lead Author: Professor Alison Avenell
Contractor: University of Aberdeen
Started: July 2016 | Status: Published December 2018
PROSPERO registration: CRD42016040190
Weight management programmes generally cost less than £20,000/QALY and bariatric surgery, though costly, was the most effective and cost-effective strategy over a 30-year time horizon.
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