SCOPE Special Edition on BMC published!
Preliminary results from the baseline database of the SCOPE Project was made available in the BMC Geriatric Special Issue CKD and Quality of Life Quality of life (QoL) refers to the physical, psychological, social, and medical aspects of life that are influenced by health status and functions. The SCOPE team investigated the QoL among older in...
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SCOPE Final Event - REGISTRATION ARE OPEN!!!
“SCREENING for CKD among OLDER people across EUROPE” Final Conference (Virtual Event) SCOPE project coordinator and consortium partners are pleased to invite you to the “SCREENING for CKD among OLDER people across EUROPE” Final Conference (Virtual Event) that will take place on Wednesday November 25th, 2020. The event, organized within the...
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Friday, November 13, 2020
“SCREENING for CKD among OLDER people across EUROPE” Final Conference (Virtual Event) SCOPE project coordinator and consortium partners are pleased to invite you to the “SCREENING for CKD among...
Sunday, October 18, 2020
SCREENING for CKD among OLDER people across EUROPE Final Conference - Virtual Event November 25 th 2020
Friday, October 02, 2020
Preliminary results from the baseline database of the SCOPE Project was made available in the BMC Geriatric Special Issue CKD and Quality of Life Quality of life (QoL) refers to the physical,...

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Protocol of the SCOPE cohort study

The project

The main objective of the SCOPE project is to evaluate a large scale screening programme for CKD in the older population (age 75+) in Europe. This will be achieved also thanks to the creation of a large observational database including a cohort of 2,450 older people aged 75 years or more, enrolled within the framework of an observational, multinational, multicenter, prospective study with a 2-year follow up. The SCOPE database will include a "Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment" (CGA)-based screening and a collection of biological samples at baseline and at regular intervals during the study. The SCOPE project will provide evidence for the increased use, or discontinuation of, existing screening and prevention programmes in the field of CKD, allowing informed decisions by policymakers

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