Here are some poster presentations members of the team have given about different aspects of neoEPOCH.
Posters from the comet vi conference
These describe our work developing a set of core outcomes in neonatology, the COIN project. They were presented at the sixth Core Outcome Measures in Effectiveness Trials (COMET) conference, held in Amsterdam November 10th-11th
CORE OUTCOMES IN NEONATOLOGY: A CORE OUTCOME SET BASED ON ROUTINELY COLLECTED DATA
This poster, presented by James, gives an overview of the COIN Project. It explains how we are using systematic reviews of both neonatal clinical trials and qualitative research to inform this project.
OUTCOME REPORTING IN TRIALS INVOLVING PRETERM INFANTS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
This poster, presented by Shohaib Ali (a medical student at Imperial College London), shows the large number of different outcomes reported by neonatal clinical trials. This highlights how important it is to develop a Core Outcome Set, so that neonatal research looks at outcomes that are important to parents, patients and health professionals.
Qualitative evidence synthesis in core outcome set development: a case of added value
This poster was presented by one of our collaborators, Ginny Brunton from the Institute of Education. It shows how the views of parents, patients and health professionals on which neonatal outcomes are important, can be found in qualitative research that has already been published.
This poster also shows how different these outcomes identified by parents, patients and health professionals are from the outcomes reported in clinical trials.
the buds project poster
Susanna's poster describes the BUDS project and was presented at the Sowerby eHealth Symposium 2016