Journal article

Trends in Outcomes for Neonates Born Very Preterm and Very Low Birth Weight in 11 High-Income Countries

Kei Lui, Shoo K Lee, Satoshi Kusuda, Mark Adams, Maximo Vento, Brian Reichman, Brian A Darlow, Liisa Lehtonen, Neena Modi, Mikael Norman, Stellan Hakansson, Dirk Bassler, Franca Rusconi, Abhay Lodha, Junmin Yang, Prakesh S Shah, Peter Marshall, Peter Schmidt, Anjali Dhawan, Paul Craven Show all

The Journal of Pediatrics | MOSBY-ELSEVIER | Published : 2019

Grants

Awarded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research Chair in Reproductive and Child Health Services and Policy Research


Awarded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research


Awarded by Health Labour Sciences Research Grant from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan


Awarded by (Kingdom of Spain)


Awarded by RETICS


Awarded by European Regional Development Fund (FEDER)


Funding Acknowledgements

Funding for iNeo has been provided by a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Chair in Reproductive and Child Health Services and Policy Research (APR-126340 [to P.S.]). The Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network is predominantly funded by membership contributions from participating centers. The Canadian Neonatal Network is supported by a team grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CTP 87518), the Ontario Ministry of Health, and individual participating centers. The Finnish Medical Birth Register is governmentally funded and kept by the National Institute for Health and Welfare (to T.L.). The Israel Neonatal Network very low birth weight infant database is partially funded by the Israel Center for Disease Control and the Ministry of Health. The Neonatal Research Network of Japan is partly funded by a Health Labour Sciences Research Grant from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan. SEN1500 is supported by funds from the Spanish Neonatal Society (SENeo). The Swedish Neonatal Quality Register is funded by the Swedish Government (Ministry of Health and Social Affairs) and the body of regional health care providers (County Councils). SwissNeoNet is partially funded by participating units in the form of membership fees. Tuscany Neonatal Network is funded by the Tuscany Region. The United Kingdom Neonatal Collaborative receives no core funding. M.V. received a research grant from the Instituto de Investigaci~on Sanitaria Carlos III (Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities; Kingdom of Spain) (FIS17/0131) and RETICS funded by the PN 2018-2021 (Spain), ISCIII-Sub-Directorate General for Research Assessment and Promotion and the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) (RD16/0022). The other authors declare no conflicts of interest.