Journal article

A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Comparing Clinical Decision Rules PECARN, CATCH, and CHALICE With Usual Care for the Management of Pediatric Head Injury

Kim Dalziel, John A Cheek, Laura Fanning, Meredith L Borland, Natalie Phillips, Amit Kochar, Sarah Dalton, Jeremy Furyk, Jocelyn Neutze, Stuart R Dalziel, Mark D Lyttle, Silvia Bressan, Susan Donath, Charlotte Molesworth, Stephen JC Hearps, Ed Oakley, Franz E Babl

Annals of Emergency Medicine | MOSBY-ELSEVIER | Published : 2019


Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council (Centre of Research Excellence for Pediatric Emergency Medicine), Canberra, Australia

Awarded by Emergency Medicine Foundation, Brisbane, Australia

Awarded by Perpetual Philanthropic Services, Australia

Awarded by Auckland Medical Research Foundation

Awarded by Health Research Council of New Zealand

Funding Acknowledgements

By Annals policy, all authors are required to disclose any and all commercial, financial, and other relationships in any way related to the subject of this article as per ICMJE conflict of interest guidelines (see authors have stated that no such relationships exist. The study was funded by grants from the National Health and Medical Research Council (project grant GNT1046727, Centre of Research Excellence for Pediatric Emergency Medicine GNT1058560), Canberra, Australia; the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia; the Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMPJ-11162), Brisbane, Australia; Perpetual Philanthropic Services (2012/1140), Australia; Auckland Medical Research Foundation (No. 3112011) and the A + Trust (Auckland District Health Board), Auckland, New Zealand; WA Health Targeted Research Funds 2013, Perth, Australia; and the Townsville Hospital and Health Service Private Practice Research and Education Trust Fund, Townsville, Australia; and was supported by the Victorian Government's Infrastructure Support Program, Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Babl's time was partly funded by a grant from the Royal Children's Hospital Foundation, Melbourne, Australia; a National Health and Medcial Research Council Practitioner Fellowship, Canberra, Australia; and The Melbourne Campus Clinician Scientist Fellowship, Melbourne, Australia. Dr. S. R. Dalziel's time was partly funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC13/556).