Core Outcome Sets in Women’s in Newborn Health
We list any COS highlighted to us providing it has been registered with the COMET initiative. The projects are grouped as follows:
Published Core Outcome Sets in Women’s and Newborn Health
|Health problem||Full title||Description||COMET registration number||Links||Funding Body|
|Diabetes in pregnancy||A core outcome set for studies evaluating the effectiveness of prepregnancy care for women with pregestational diabetes||The aim of this study was to develop a core outcome set (COS) for trials and other studies evaluating the effectiveness of prepregnancy care for women with pregestational (pre-existing) diabetes mellitus||692||Full article: |
Egan et al. Diabetologia 2017
|Health Research Board (Ireland)|
|Epilepsy in pregnancy||Defining core outcomes for clinical trials in pregnant women with epilepsy (E-core): A Delphi survey||The aim of this project is to develop a core outcome set for clinical trials on the management of epilepsy in pregnant women.|
The objectives are: a) to perform a systematic literature review to produce a comprehensive list of all maternal and neonatal outcomes reported in recent studies of pregnant women with epilepsy; b) to use the Delphi technique to refine the outcome list into a core outcome set agreed by key stakeholders.
Watch the author talking about the project here
|393||Full article: Al Wattar et al. for EMPIRE Collaborative Network |
|Hirschsprung’s Disease||Development of a Core Outcome Set for use in Infants with Hirschsprung’s Disease||The objective of this study was to develop a Hirschsprung's disease (HD) core outcome set (COS)||787||Full article:|
Allin BSR, Bradnock T, Kenny S et al for NETS1HD Collaboration Arch Dis Child. 2017
|National Institute for Health Research|
|Preterm birth||Core outcome set for studies on primary prevention of preterm birth||The Core outcomes set on primary Prevention Of Preterm birth (COPOP) project used an international multidisciplinary Delphi method to develop consensus on a set of key clinical outcomes for the evaluation of preventive interventions for preterm birth in asymptomatic pregnant women. A total of 228 participants from five stakeholder groups from 10 lower-middle-income and 17 high-income countries scored 31 outcomes. Consensus was reached on 13 core outcomes.|
Read the summary here
|603||Full article: van ʼt Hooft et al. for GONet. Obs & Gyn. 2016||None|
|Maternity Care||Evaluating Maternity Care: A Core Set of Outcome Measures||The aim of this project was to identify a minimum set of outcome measures for evaluating models of maternity care. |
A 3-round, electronic Delphi survey including a wide range of key, international stakeholders. Members of the panel self-assessed their expertise in evaluating models of maternity care.
|108||Full article: Devane et al. Birth 2007||Not stated|
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