Cerebral Aneurysms and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (JAN 31 – MAR 17, 2017) and
Sports-Related Concussion (JAN 31 – MAR 3, 2017)
A data element that collects essential information applicable to any study, including either those which span across all disease and therapeutic areas or those that are specific to one disease area. The NINDS and their appointed working groups assign the “Core” classification based on the current clinical research best practices. This term applies to both the General CDEs and the Disease-specific CDEs. In each case, the Core CDEs are a small subset of the available CDEs, where it is anticipated that investigators will need to collect the Core CDEs on any type of study.
Examples of the General Core CDEs include basic demographic information and basic enrollment data collected from all study participants. Examples of Disease-specific Core CDEs for Traumatic Brain Injury studies include CDEs for the Glasgow Outcome Scale.
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