Making the economic case for investing in actions to prevent and/or tackle loneliness: a systematic review: a briefing paper

Campaign to End Loneliness, September 2017

This research, carried out by the London School of Economics, reviews the evidence on the economic impact of loneliness interventions. It finds that up to £3 of health care costs can be saved for every £1 spent on an effective intervention on loneliness.

Click here to view the report.

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