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Improving outcomes in paediatric surgery through the development and implementation of core outcome sets – the NETS studies

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Gold-standard medical practice involves utilising high quality evidence to support clinicians, patients, and their families in identifying the optimal treatment pathway for a particular individual. Currently, there is insufficient high quality evidence to allow paediatric surgeons, who are responsible for the care of children requiring surgical intervention from birth through to sixteen years of age, to deliver such gold-standard practice. Developing and utilising...

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Department:
National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit

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DRF-2015-08-076
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Benjamin Allin
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SG/17-18/06
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DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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