Information about the general ‘EconEndLife’ framework, within which the ICECAP-SCM and ICECAP-CPM can be applied, can be found in:
Coast J, Bailey C, Canaway A, Kinghorn P. Measuring and valuing outcomes for care at the end of life: the capability approach. In Round J (Ed.) Care at the End of Life: An Economic Perspective. Heidelberg: Springer. 2016. pp.89-101
Coast J (2014) Strategies for the economic evaluation of end of life care: Making a case for the capability approach. Expert review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research. 14(4): 473-482
Kinghorn P & Coast J. A Health Economics Response to the Review of the Liverpool Care Pathway. Journal of Palliative Medicine. December 2013, 16(12):1614-1616.
The selection of the attributes for ICECAP-SCM (Supportive Care Measure) is described in:
Sutton E, Coast J. “Development of a supportive care measure for economic evaluation of end-of-life care, using qualitative methods”. Palliative Medicine. 2014;28:151-157. doi: 10.1177/0269216313489368
Pilot valuation work for the ICECAP-SCM is described in:
Coast J, Huynh E, Kinghorn P, Flynn T (2016) “Complex Valuation: Applying ideas from the complex intervention framework to valuation of a new measure for end of life care”, PharmacoEconomics, 34, 499-508.
Papers relating to the use of the ICECAP-SCM:
Bailey C, Orlando R, Kinghorn P, Armour K, Perry R, Jones L, Coast J. (2016) “The ICECAP-SCM tells you more about what I’m going through” - Measuring quality of life amongst patients receiving supportive and palliative care. Palliative Medicine. Online first. 1-11, DOI: 10.1177/0269216315624890