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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Published SCOPE first results!
The SCOPE first resutls have been published on the Journal of Clinical Medicine review. The article Clinical Implications of Estimating Glomerular Filtration Rate with Three Different Equations among Older People. Preliminary Results of the Project “Screening for Chronic Kidney Disease among Older People across Europe (SCOPE)” is available at the...
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The SCOPE study is completed!
The SCOPE cohort study completed all the expected Follow Ups (FU6, FU12, FU18, FU24) in 7 EU centres plus Israel. All the partners finalized the dataentry and after the completion of the cleaning/freeze of the database the SCOPE consortium will focus on the related analysis.
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News

Tuesday, March 10, 2020
The SCOPE cohort study completed all the expected Follow Ups (FU6, FU12, FU18, FU24) in 7 EU centres plus Israel. All the partners finalized the dataentry and after the completion of the...
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
The SCOPE first resutls have been published on the Journal of Clinical Medicine review. The article Clinical Implications of Estimating Glomerular Filtration Rate with Three Different Equations...
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
The SCOPE partnership published a new article titled "Massive open online courses (MOOCs) for long-distance education in geriatric medicine across Europe A pilot project launched by the consortium...

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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