Core Outcome Measures in Effectiveness Trials

6th COMET Meeting - Rode Hoed, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 10-11 November 2016

Day 1 - Thursday 10th November 2016

Twenty years of struggling with study outcomes: how to proceed
Rob Scholten (Cochrane Netherlands)

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How original should original research be? The trajectory of COMET
Doug Altman (University of Oxford)

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Still a long way to go. The challenges of integrating patients’ perspectives in core outcome set development
Maarten de Wit (VU University Medical Centre)

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Introducing the COMET People Participation Involvement and Engagement (PoPPIE) Working Group
Rosemary Humphreys and Bridget Young (COMET People and Patient Participation Involvement and Engagement Working Group)

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Identifying patient important outcomes in systematic reviews – The Cochrane Consumer Network
Richard Morley (Cochrane Consumer Coordinator)

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Standardised taxonomy for the classification of trial outcomes within core outcome sets and Cochrane Reviews
Susanna Dodd (University of Liverpool)

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Improving Outcome Measures in the ISRCTN Clinical Trial Registry
Alison Cuff (ISRCTN Registry)

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Cochrane PICO: Using linked data technologies to semantically annotate outcomes in Cochrane evidence
Chris Mavergames (Cochrane Central Executive)

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The CFAST project and Comet Initiative Endpoints
Rhonda Facile (Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium)

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Day 2- Friday 11th November 2016

The HOME Roadmap; paving the way to core outcomes for patient-reported symptoms in eczema trials
Jo Chalmers (University of Nottingham)

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The first phase of developing a core outcome set for people living with dementia at home: Constructing the long list of outcomes - what can we learn methodologically?
Siobhan Reilly (Lancaster University)

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Using existing data sources to extract parent and patient outcomes for a neonatal core outcome set
James Webbe (Imperial College)

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How do different feedback strategies influence Delphi survey results? Results of a nested randomised controlled trial
Steven MacLennan (University of Aberdeen)

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How to select outcome measurement instruments for outcomes included in a ‘Core Outcome Set’ – a practical guideline
Cecilia A.C. (Sanna) Prinsen (VU University Medical Center)

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InSPECT: a new reporting guideline for the selection and measurement of outcomes in clinical trials
Martin Offringa (The Hospital for Sick Children)

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Harmonizing COS – The next generation of challenges
Ulrike Kaiser (University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus)

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Core Outcome Set-STAndards for Reporting: The COS-STAR Statement
Jamie Kirkham (University of Liverpool)

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Development of core outcome sets for economic evaluation of healthcare interventions for people with asthma
Natalia Hounsome (Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research, Centre for Primary Care and Public Health, Queen Mary University of London)

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Establishing Core Outcome Domains in Hemodialysis: Report of the Standardized Outcomes in Nephrology-Hemodialysis (SONG-HD) Consensus Workshop
Benedicte Sautenet (Centre for Kidney Research)

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Peer-Review process to improve the Quality of Linguistic Validation Process of COAs Instruments for Clinical Trials
Silvia Zaragoza (Neuropsychological Research Organization s.l)

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(Trial) Forging Core Outcome Sets in to practice: Insights for implementation
Katie Gillies (University of Aberdeen)

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Engagement methods to maximise participation and subsequent uptake of core outcome sets
Bronagh Blackwood (Queen’s University Belfast)

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Core outcome sets – regulatory view
Richard Veselý (European Medicines Agency)

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To promote implementation of core outcome sets, incorporate the perspectives of both clinical trialists and systematic reviewers
Ian Saldanha (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health)

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