Work Package VII Evaluation of data collected and development of an evidence based European protocol

Dutch Transplant Foundation Work Package Leader

The Steering Committee will meet regularly and discuss on the progress for the development of the registry, validation process and review of the data collected.
The data analysed in the Registry will concern: content Donor and recipient demographics, Donor preservation and processing, annual number of corneal transplantations per transplantation technique and country, indications for corneal transplantation per transplantation technique and country, Core outcomes and safety data per transplantation technique and country)

The final report guidelines will include data on: preoperative and intraoperative data, preoperative
The Final Report Guidelines recommendations will be directed to ophthalmologists and European organizations involved in corneal transplantations and competent local Authorities.

The Registry Benefits

  • - Be part of an European network
  • - Monitor quality of care
  • - ECCTR gives a unique opportunity to monitor and anonymously benchmarks results
  • - Describe practice patterns
  • - Reduce variation
  • - Conduct research
  • - Link to Patient Reported Outcomes
  • - Clinical improvement using patient-reported and clinical data

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