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Table 9 The distributions used in the probabilistic sensitivity analyses

From: The clinical and cost effectiveness of group art therapy for people with non-psychotic mental health disorders: a systematic review and cost-effectiveness analysis

  Mean value 2.5th percentile 97.5th percentile
Utility gain in the Monti et al. [16], RCT of art therapy compared with wait-list controla 0.078 0.034 0.119
Utility gain in the Monti et al. [17], RCT of art therapy compared with wait-list controlb 0.087 0.043 0.126
Relationship between one unit decrease in GSI and utility gain (using Ara and Brazier [25]) 0.485 0.212 0.744
Relationship between one unit decrease in GSI and utility gain (using Rowen et al. [26]) 0.542 0.271 0.790
GSI decrease of verbal therapy compared with art therapy in the Thyme et al. [14], RCT. 0.235 −0.270 0.721
(Verbal therapy more effective) (Art therapy more effective) (Verbal therapy more effective)
Derived utility gain in the Thyme et al. [14], RCT of verbal therapy compared with art therapy (using Ara and Brazier [25]) 0.114 −0.145 0.386
Derived utility gain in the Thyme et al. [14], RCT of verbal therapy compared with art therapy (using Rowen et al. [26]) 0.127 −0.160 0.426
  1. aHaving sampled from the SF-36 dimensions and mapped to utility using the Ara and Brazier [25] algorithm
  2. bHaving sampled from the SF-36 dimensions and mapped to utility using the Rowen et al. [26], algorithm