iBRA Net Update Meeting
11th November 2019, 10.30am to 4pm
Radisson Blu Hotel, Birmingham
Open to all those currently participating in the iBRA Network and to those who are interested in being part of the iBRA Network and getting involved.
Programme highlights include:
- Update of studies currently recruiting
- Details of how to participate in current studies
- Presentation of results and learning from previous iBRA Net studies
- Information on new studies
The meeting is free to attend (numbers are limited so early booking is advised)
To register please click here
Programme details can be downloaded here
Development and implementation of a core measurement set for reconstructive breast surgery
The University of Bristol is running a study which aims to develop a core measurement set (CMS) for reconstructive surgery. Outcome reporting in breast reconstruction is inconsistent so results from individual studies and across different procedures cannot be compared. This limits the value of current research for patients and professionals.
To address this problem a CMS has been developed. This is a minimum set of outcomes selected by patients and health professionals, which should be measured as a minimum in all research and audit studies of reconstructive breast surgery, and has been published in the British Journal of Surgery.
Help is required to develop the core measurement set for reconstructive breast surgery. Participation will involved completing two questionnaires, approximately 6 weeks apart. Each questionnaire will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
For more information please click here
To complete the questionnaire please click here