The 3 'E's project - EXPRESS, EPICure-2 and EPIPAGE-2: the importance of studying neonatal survival
Schedule
24.01.2020
10:00am to 12:00pm
Location
ISPUP Auditorium
Description

In this talk, Dr. Morgan will present preliminary findings from his work looking at neonatal survival using data from the 3Es project – a collaborative project using individual patient data from Sweden, England and France. He will discuss some of the reasons why such early survival remains an important endpoint in epidemiological studies, and will use this example to highlight the importance and the difficulties of performing comparisons between data from different countries.

Speakers
Andrei Morgan
Affiliation
INSERM

Dr. Andrei Morgan is a UK-trained neonatologist and epidemiologist who is now based at INSERM in Paris, France where he participates in the RECAP Preterm project. His main expertise relates to the use of observational data with a focus on births occurring at extremely preterm gestational ages.