Work packages

Work package 2 – Cost-effectiveness

WP 2 will conduct three innovative and beyond state-of-the-art research studies on the cost-effectiveness and budget impact, and the sustainability of service models, based on clinical real-world effectiveness studies. 2.1: Cost-effectiveness study of an evidence-based digital psychological intervention preventing postpartum depression and enhancing quality of life (Mamma Mia). 2.2: Cost-effectiveness evaluation of eMeistring at three sites in Norway. Data will be collected as a part of routine care and benchmarked across different service models from the three sites. 2.3: Implementation: Analyse alternative service models, service model characteristics, barriers and facilitators related to implementation.

WP manager: Vidar Halsteinli, St. Olavs Hospital

Vidar Halsteinli

Health economist, researcher Regionalt Senter for helsetjenesteforskning (RSHU) St. Olavs hospital HF

Jørn Heggelund

Researcher, post doc St. Olavs hospital HF

Kristian Kidholm

Professor, Center for Innovative Medical Technologies Odense University Hospital, Denmark

Kjersti Skare

Head of section eMeistring, Bjørgvin DPS Haukeland universitetssykehus

Gunn Elise Sætre

Psychologist eMeistring

Elin Katrine Vestly

Special advisor Sykehuset i Vestfold HF

Elin Ulleberg

Clinic manager – Clinic mental health care St. Olavs Hospital

Filip Drozd

Researcher, Project leader Mamma Mia Regionsenter for barn og unges psykiske helse, Helseregion Øst og Sør

Silje Marie Haga

Researcher Regionsenter for barn og unges psykiske helse, Helseregion Øst og Sør

Kjell Ø. Petersen

Changetech AS

Tone Hassel Kringstad