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Fig. 1 | BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

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From: Identifying and assessing the benefits of interventions for postnatal depression: a systematic review of economic evaluations

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PRISMA flowchart showing the study selection process. Notes: Coding- Stage 1) A. The study involves a formal economic evaluation of PND interventions based on primary and/or secondary data (e.g. previously published studies or other sources); B. The study discusses economic aspects of PND interventions and contains relevant primary and/or secondary data; C. Unclear if the study falls under (A) or (B) but contains useful information; D. The study discusses economic aspects of PND interventions, but is neither (A) nor (B); E. The study is not relevant to the economic evaluation of PND interventions. Stage 2) 1. Full economic evaluation; 2. Partial economic evaluation; 3. Study that measured/valued outcomes of PND interventions but did not consider cost or cost-effectiveness; 4. Other, such as study estimating resource use and/or economic burden of PND and interventions; 5. Secondary study discussing methods or results of economic evaluation; 6. Incomplete economic evaluation of PND interventions (e.g. ongoing studies); 7. Not relevant to the economic evaluation of PND interventions. (See Additional file 2)

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