Over the years, CHERISH has collected and used the following resources to conduct health economic evaluations of interventions related to substance use disorder, hepatitis C, and HIV. Investigators of all levels are encouraged to use and share the following resources to develop their health economic research.
Systematic Literature Reviews
Summary of evidence related to substance use disorders
Measure costs, health-related quality-of-life, and resource utilization
Resource Measures and Unit Costs for Economic Analyses
Budget Impact Tool
Create a budget
Publications and health economic references
Non-Stigmatizing Language in Substance Use Research
Use evidence-based terminologies
To learn how to use these resources or incorporate an economic evaluation into your project, chat with the CHERISH Consultation Service team. Eligible inquires can receive up to 6 hours of consultation at no cost.