This tool can help decision making at local levels. It supports the estimation of programme costs and the identification of programme benefits across different payback timescales. This tool is a beta version and we welcome your feedback.
The tool reports ROI metrics that are already available for social and emotional wellbeing. Where data are missing the outputs are reported as a cost per effect and/or a wider societal benefit .
How to use the social and emotional wellbeing tool
- Select an area you want to analyse. This can be either a local authority or CCG.
- You can choose to save your package for future use at any time during the process, but you must be logged in to do so.
- If you want to save and print your report as a PDF, please use the tool in Google Chrome.
- Select a single, or multiple, population group(s).
- Click on each population group to find out more.
- You can customise this data to suit your local needs.
- Select one or more interventions from the range offered.
- You can find out more about each intervention by opening the 'more info' link next to each one.
- By clicking on each intervention you can allocate the percentage of your population who receive it and, if appropriate, (re)set the estimates of effectiveness and costs.
- You can also add custom interventions.
- This shows the area you have chosen and the population(s) and interventions you have selected.
- Review your choices and make any necessary adjustments.
- When you're ready, calculate your package.
- Adjust the modifiers at the top of the page to see figures for a specific set of data.
- View your results, including an overview, metrics and a full report.
NICE has developed this tool in collaboration with Optimity.
The tool is to aid decision-making. NICE is not liable for any decisions made using information and results obtained from the tool.
It is the responsibility of local commissioners and/or providers to implement NICE guidance while promoting equality of opportunity and avoiding unlawful discrimination. Nothing in the tool should be interpreted in a way contrary to those responsibilities.