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The International Network for Evaluating Outcomes (iNeo) of neonates: evolution, progress and opportunities

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Title: The International Network for Evaluating Outcomes (iNeo) of neonates: evolution, progress and opportunities
Authors: Shah, PS
Lui, K
Reichman, B
Norman, M
Kusuda, S
Lehtonen, L
Adams, M
Vento, M
Darlow, BA
Modi, N
Rusconi, F
Hakansson, S
San Feliciano, L
Helenius, KK
Bassler, D
Hirano, S
Lee, SK
Marshall, P
Schmidt, P
Dhawan, A
Craven, P
De Waal, K
Simmer, K
Gill, A
Pillow, J
Stack, J
Birch, P
Cooke, L
Casalaz, D
Holberton, J
Stewart, A
Downe, L
Stewart, M
Bajuk, B
Berry, A
Hunt, R
Kilburn, C
De Paoli, T
Bolisetty, S
Paradisis, M
Rieger, I
Koorts, P
Kuschel, C
Numa, A
Carlisle, H
Badawi, N
Loughran-Fowlds, A
Koh, G
Davis, J
Luig, M
Andersen, C
Chambers, G
Austin, N
Lynn, A
Darlow, B
Edmonds, L
Mildenhall, L
Buksh, M
Battin, M
Van den Boom, J
Bourchier, D
Richardson, V
Dineen, F
Rajadurai, VS
Fung, G
Harrison, A
Synnes, A
Ting, J
Cieslak, Z
Sherlock, R
Yee, W
Aziz, K
Toye, J
Fajardo, C
Kalapesi, Z
Sankaran, K
Daspal, S
Seshia, M
Alvaro, R
Mukerji, A
Da Silva, O
Nwaesei, C
Lee, K-S
Dunn, M
Lemyre, B
Dow, K
Pelausa, E
Barrington, K
Drolet, C
Piedboeuf, B
Claveau, M
Beltempo, M
Bertelle, V
Masse, E
Canning, R
Mabry, H
Ojah, C
Monterrosa, L
Deshpandey, A
Afifi, J
Kajetanowicz, A
Andersson, S
Tammela, O
Sankilampi, U
Saarela, T
Prazad, P
Noguchi, A
McWan, K
Button, B
Stratton, W
Hamvus, A
Raghaven, A
Derrick, M
Hadley, R
Covert, R
Lablanc, O
Weiss, M
Bell, A
Shareef, M
Silvestri, J
Heymann, E
Zangen, S
Smolkin, T
Mimouni, F
Bader, D
Rothschild, A
Strauss, Z
Felszer, C
Oman, H
Toy-Friedman, SE
Bar-Oz, B
Feldman, M
Saad, N
Flidel-Rimon, O
Weisbrod, M
Lubin, D
Litmanovitz, I
Kngelman, A
Shinwell, E
Klinger, G
Nijim, Y
Bin-Nun, A
Golan, A
Mandel, D
Fleisher-Sheffer, V
Kohelet, D
Bakhrakh, L
Hattori, S
Shirai, M
Ishioka, T
Mori, T
Amiznka, T
Huchimukai, T
Yoshida, H
Sasaki, A
Shimizu, J
Nakamura, T
Maruyama, M
Matsumoto, H
Hosokawa, S
Taki, A
Nakagawa, M
Ko, K
Uozumi, A
Nakata, S
Shimazaki, A
Yoda, T
Numata, O
Imamura, H
Kobayashi, A
Tokuriki, S
Uchida, Y
Arai, T
Ito, M
Ieda, K
Ono, T
Hayashi, M
Maki, K
Yamakawa, M
Kawai, M
Fujii, N
Shiomi, K
Nozaki, K
Wada, H
Kim, T
Tokunaga, Y
Takatera, A
Oshima, T
Sumida, H
Michinomae, Y
Knsumoto, Y
Yoshimoto, S
Morisawa, T
Ohashi, T
Takahashi, Y
Sugimoto, M
Ono, N
Miyagawa, S
Saijo, T
Yamagami, T
Koyano, K
Kobayashi, S
Kanda, T
Sakemi, Y
Aoki, M
Iida, K
Goshi, M
Maruyama, Y
Avila-Alvarez, A
Luis Fernandez-Trisac, J
Couce Pico, ML
Fernandez Seara, MJ
Martinez Gutierrez, A
Vizcaino, C
Salvador Iglesias, M
Sanchez Zaplana, H
Fernandez Colomer, B
Garcia Lopez, JE
Garcia Mozo, R
Gonzalez Martinez, MT
Muro Sebastian, MD
Balart Carbonell, M
Badia Bamnsell, J
Domingo Puiggros, M
Figueras Aloy, J
Botet Mussons, F
Anquela Sanz, I
Ginovart Galiana, G
Coroleu, W
Iriondo, M
Vilella, LC
Porta, R
Demestre, X
Martinez Nadal, S
De Frutos Martinez, C
Lopez Cuesta, MJ
Esquivel Mora, D
Ortiz Tardio, J
Benavente, I
Alonso, A
Aguilera Olmos, R
Garcia Cabezas, MA
Martinez Jimenez, MD
Jaraba Caballero, MF
Ordofiez Diaz, MD
Fagundo, AT
Canals, LM
Garcia-Munoz Rodrigo, F
Urquia Marti, L
Moreno Galdo, MF
Hurtado Suazo, JA
Narbona Lopez, E
Uberos Fernandez, J
Cortajarena Altana, MA
Mora Navarro, D
Teresa Dominguez, M
Ruiz del Prado, MY
Esteban Diez, I
Palau Benavides, MT
Lapena, S
Prada, T
Soler Mir, E
Corredera Sanchez, A
Criado Vega, E
Del Prado, N
Fernandez, C
Cabanillas Vilaplana, L
Cuadrado Perez, I
Lopez Gomez, L
Domingo Comeche, L
Llana Martin, I
Gonzalez Armengod, C
Munoz Labian, C
Santos Munoz, MJ
Blanco Bravo, D
Perez, V
Elorza Fernandez, MD
Diaz Gonzalez, C
Ares Segura, S
Lopez Azorin, M
Belen Jimenez, A
Sanchez-Tamayo, T
Tapia Moreno, E
Gonzalez, M
Sanchez Martinez, JE
Lloreda Garcia, JM
Goni Orayen, C
Vilas Gonzalez, J
Suarez Albo, M
Gonzalez Colmenero, E
Gutierrez Gonzalez, EP
Vacas del Arco, B
Marquez Fernandez, J
Acosta Gordillo, L
Granero Asensio, M
Macias Diaz, C
Albujar, M
Fuster Jorge, P
Romero, S
Rivero Falero, M
Escobar Izquierdo, AB
Estan Capell, J
Izquierdo Macian, MI
Montejo Vicente, MM
Izquierdo Caballero, R
Mercedes Martinez, M
Euba, A
Rodriguez Serna, A
De Heredia Goya, JML
Perez Legorburu, A
Gutierrez Amoros, A
Marugan Isabel, VM
Hernandez Gonzalez, N
Rite Gracia, S
Ventura Faci, MP
Samper Villagrasa, MP
Kofron, J
Brodd, KS
Odlind, A
Alberg, L
Arwehed, S
Hafstrom, O
Kasemo, A
Nederman, K
Ahman, L
Ingemarsson, F
Petersson, H
Thum, P
Albinsson, E
Selander, B
Abrahamsson, T
Heimdahl, I
Sveinsdottir, K
Wejryd, E
Hedlund, A
Soderberg, MK
Hallberg, B
Brune, T
Backstrom, J
Robinson, J
Farooqi, A
Normann, E
Fredriksson, M
Palm, A
Rosenqvist, U
Hagman, C
Ohlin, A
Floral, R
Smedsaas-Lofvenberg, A
Meyer, P
Anderegg, C
Schulzke, S
Nelle, M
Wagner, B
Riedel, T
Kaczala, G
Walde, B
Pfister, RE
Tolsa, J-F
Roth, M
Stocker, M
Laubscher, B
Malzacher, A
Micallef, JP
Hegi, L
Arlettaz, R
Bernet, V
Dani, C
Fiorini, P
Boldrini, A
Tomasini, B
Mittal, A
Kefas, J
Kamalanathan, A
Jayachandran
Yoxall, B
McBride, T
Webb, D
Garr, R
Hassan, A
Ambadkar, P
Dyke, M
McDevitt, K
Rewitzky, G
D'Amore, A
Panasa, N
Settle, P
Maddock, N
Edi-Osagie, N
Zipitis, C
Heal, C
Birch, J
Hasib, A
Soe, A
Kumar, N
Kisat, H
Vasu, V
Lama, M
Gupta, R
Rawlingson, C
Wickham, T
Theron, M
Kendall, G
Gupta, A
Aladangady, N
Ali, I
Alsford, L
Lopez, W
Murthy, V
Sullivan, C
Thomas, M
Bate, T
Godambe, S
Watts, T
Kuna, J
Chang, J
Pai, V
Huddy, C
Yasin, S
Nicholl, R
Pandey, P
Kairamkonda, V
Muogbo, D
Harry, L
Simmons, P
Nycyk, J
Gallagher, A
Pillay, T
Deshpande, S
Mahadevan
Moore, A
Clark, S
Garbash, M
Lal, M
Abu-Harb, M
Allwood, A
Selter, M
Munyard, P
Bartle, D
Paul, S
Whincup, G
Mallik, A
Amess, P
Godden, C
Reynolds, P
Misra, I
De Halpert, P
Salgia, S
Sanghavi, R
Wigfield, R
Deketelaere, A
Khashu, M
Hall, M
Groves, C
Brown, N
Brennan, N
Vamvakiti, K
McIntyre, J
Pirie, S
Jones, S
Mannix, P
Cairns, P
Eaton, M
Schwarz, K
Gibson, D
Miall, L
Krishnamurthy
Item Type: Journal Article
Abstract: Neonates born very preterm (before 32 weeks’ gestational age), are a significant public health concern because of their high-risk of mortality and life-long disability. In addition, caring for very preterm neonates can be expensive, both during their initial hospitalization and their long-term cost of permanent impairments. To address these issues, national and regional neonatal networks around the world collect and analyse data from their constituents to identify trends in outcomes, and conduct benchmarking, audit and research. Improving neonatal outcomes and reducing health care costs is a global problem that can be addressed using collaborative approaches to assess practice variation between countries, conduct research and implement evidence-based practices. The International Network for Evaluating Outcomes (iNeo) of neonates was established in 2013 with the goal of improving outcomes for very preterm neonates through international collaboration and comparisons. To date, 10 national or regional population-based neonatal networks/datasets participate in iNeo collaboration. The initiative now includes data on >200,000 very preterm neonates and has conducted important epidemiological studies evaluating outcomes, variations and trends. The collaboration has also surveyed >320 neonatal units worldwide to learn about variations in practices, healthcare service delivery, and physical, environmental and manpower related factors and support services for parents. The iNeo collaboration serves as a strong international platform for Neonatal-Perinatal health services research that facilitates international data sharing, capacity building, and global efforts to improve very preterm neonate care.
Issue Date: 5-Jul-2019
Date of Acceptance: 5-Jul-2019
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/75095
DOI: 10.21037/tp.2019.07.06
ISSN: 2224-4344
Publisher: AME Publishing Company
Start Page: 170
End Page: +
Journal / Book Title: Translational pediatrics
Volume: 8
Issue: 3
Copyright Statement: © Translational Pediatrics. All rights reserved.
Sponsor/Funder: Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
Neonid NPO
Funder's Grant Number: APR 126340
n/a
Keywords: Science & Technology
Life Sciences & Biomedicine
Pediatrics
Preterm infants
outcomes research
neonatal intensive care
LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT
EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS
INTENSIVE-CARE UNITS
NEW-ZEALAND
BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA
MORTALITY
RETINOPATHY
MORBIDITY
TRENDS
CANADA
Preterm infants
neonatal intensive care
outcomes research
Science & Technology
Life Sciences & Biomedicine
Pediatrics
Preterm infants
outcomes research
neonatal intensive care
LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT
EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS
INTENSIVE-CARE UNITS
NEW-ZEALAND
BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA
MORTALITY
RETINOPATHY
MORBIDITY
TRENDS
CANADA
Publication Status: Published
Open Access location: http://10.0.82.45/tp.2019.07.06
Appears in Collections:School of Public Health