Modelling tools for public health commissioners and decision-makers.  These tools are beta versions and we welcome your feedback.

Key features

  • model the effects of single, or multiple, interventions on at-risk population groups
  • estimate the overall costs against the value of non-health benefits as well as health and wellbeing improvements
  • mix and match interventions to see which package provides the best outcome
  • identify cost savings or determine if the additional benefits are worth the extra costs
  • customise the tools to include data and interventions specific to your local area
  • use the results to help support your business cases.

Tobacco

 

Reduce tobacco usage and increase positive health and non-health benefits.

Key interventions:

  • pharmacological
  • advice
  • behavioural support
  • interventions for pregnant women
  • sub-national programme.
 
 

Physical activity

 

Improve levels of physical activity and increase positive health and non-health benefits.

Key interventions:

  • counselling and advice
  • activity programmes
  • community and environmental
  • workplace.
 
 

Alcohol

 

Reduce alcohol consumption and increase positive health and non-health benefits for adults and young people. 

Key interventions:

  • accessibility and pricing
  • advertising
  • school-based
  • screening and brief interventions
  • treatment interventions.
 
 

Social and emotional wellbeing

 

Improve wellbeing in adults and young people and increase positive health and non-health benefits.

Key interventions:

  • counselling and therapy
  • physical activity
  • pregnancy support
  • work and home life
  • social development.
 
 

Children, young people and pregnant women

 

Improve health and wellbeing and increase positive health and non-health benefits.

Key interventions:

  • smoking, alcohol and substance misuse
  • nutritional awareness, wellbeing and physical activity
  • immunisation
  • sexual health
  • oral health.
 
 

Give us feedback

We welcome feedback on our beta tools and would particularly like to hear examples of them being used to support a business case for investment.

We would also like to know:

  • if you have had difficulties using the tools
  • if you have suggestions for their improvement
  • whether or not you have found the tools useful
  • if there are any issues you would like us to cover in future tools.