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Cost-effectiveness of earlier provision of powered mobility interventions for children with mobility limitations: evidence synthesis and economic model

Project title: Cost-effectiveness of earlier provision of powered mobility interventions for children with mobility limitations: evidence synthesis and economic model

Call to action: 17/70 17/70 Cost-effectiveness of earlier provision of powered wheelchair interventions for children with mobility limitations

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Nathan BrayORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Nathan BrayORCID logo

Contractor: Bangor University

Cost: £251,448.80

Co-investigators: Dr Jennifer McAnuffORCID logo, Dr Niina KolehmainenORCID logo, Ms Aimee Grayston, Professor Dawn CraigORCID logo, Professor Jane NoyesORCID logo, Professor Rhiannon EdwardsORCID logo.

Started: April 2018 | Status: Published October 2020

PROSPERO registration: CRD42018096449

This study found that powered mobility interventions are likely to have multiple benefits for children under 5 years, despite the lack of robust evidence to demonstrate this.

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