The SCOPE cohort study Baseline is complete!
The SCOPE cohort study Baseline close with No. 2426 patients enrolled and No 133.320 biosamples collected in 7 EU centres plus Israel. After dealing with complex logistic and organizational issues, now the partners are ready to finalize the dataentry to start the cleaning of the database and then freeze the database. The last patient was enrolled...
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The 5th Consortium Meeting of the SCOPE project has been held in Nurenberg (Germany)
The 5th Consortium Meeting of the SCOPE project has been held in Nurenberg (Germany), last 15th-16th April 2019. The meeting has been a chance to review and share the first analysis of the Baseline, assess the Follow Up implementation of the the SCOPE cohort study and plan the steps further.
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SCOPE MOOC is online
The SCOPE MOOC (Massive open online courses), thanks to the strong collaboration with the Medicine Univeristy of Graz, developed the MOOC to cover the increasing need for professional knowledge, skills and competences in the care of older people, new learning techniques. The SCOPE MOOC aims at closing gaps of basic knowledge addressing CKD in old...
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  • The SCOPE cohort study Baseline is complete!
  • The 5th Consortium Meeting of the SCOPE project has been held in Nurenberg (Germany)
  • SCOPE MOOC is online

News

Monday, December 09, 2019
The SCOPE MOOC (Massive open online courses), thanks to the strong collaboration with the Medicine Univeristy of Graz, developed the MOOC to cover the increasing need for professional knowledge,...
Thursday, May 09, 2019
The first Alps-Adriatic Conference on Active and Healthy Ageing took place on May 9 th and 10 th in south-eastern Styria. Besides presentations and interesting discussions in the field of active and...
Thursday, April 25, 2019
From April 25 th to 27 th , the Congress of the Austrian Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology took place in Vienna. One major program point was the SCOPE Symposium that took place on the first day....

Documents

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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