Screening to improve health in very preterm infants (SHIPS)
The EPICE and SHIPS studies constitute and follow up an area-based cohort of children born between 22+0 weeks and 31+6 weeks of gestation in 2011/2012 in all maternity units in 19 regions across 11 European countries.
This study is using data from the EPICE and SHIPS studies to estimate economic costs and health-related quality of life outcomes during the fifth year of life associated with very preterm birth, and to explore which of a number of clinical and socioeconomic factors are associated with elevated costs or poor health-related quality of life outcomes.
Jennifer Zeitlin, INSERM
Anna-Veera Seppanen, INSERM
Adrien Aubert, INSERM
Henrique Barros, ISPUP
Elizabeth Draper, University of Leicester
Lazaros Andronis, University of Warwick
2016 – 2021
European Commission Horizon 2020