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THE C PE STUDY
COVID-19 in Older People
The effect of frailty on survival in patients with COVID-19: a multicentre, European, observational cohort
Links to the publications are found below
Chief Investigator: Dr Jonathan Hewitt, Consultant Geriatrician Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr
Co-Chief Investigator: Miss Kathryn McCarthy, Consultant General Surgeon, North Bristol Trust
Study Co-Ordinator and Methodological Lead: Dr Ben Carter
COPE Steering Committee Chair: Prof Phyo Kyaw Myint
Sponsor: Cardiff University
Co-ordinated from King's College London, London, UK.
The Study Protocol for the COPE study can be found published here
Background and Aims
COVID-19 has proven to be one of the biggest hazards to health care systems around the world. Frailty has been used in the clinical decision making for COVID-19, yet the prevalence and effect of frailty in people with COVID-19 is unknown.
The COVID-19 in Older Persons (COPE) study is an international observational cohort study with centres in the UK and Italy. The main aims are to establish the prevalence of frailty and its effect on clinically important outcomes such as length of stay and mortality in patients with COVID-19.
HRA Approval can be found here
Centres and Members involved with the COPE study:
Division of Population Medicine, Department of Surgery, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK.
(Dr Jonathan Hewitt FRCP, Mr Michael Stechman FRCS)
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, Caerphilly, UK.
(Dr Jonathan Hewitt FRCP, Dr Jemima T Collins MRCP)
Department of Biostatistics and Health Informatics, King's College London, London, UK.
(Dr Ben Carter)
Forensic and Neurodevelopmental Sciences King's College London, London, UK.
(Dr Roxanna Short, Visualisation Specialist)
Ageing and Complex Medicine Department, Salford Royal NHS Trust, Manchester, UK.
(Dr Arturo Vilches-Moraga FRCP, Miss Angeline Price MSc)
Department of Colorectal Surgery Department, Salford Royal NHS Trust, Manchester, UK.
(Miss Lyndsay Pearce FRCS)
Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.
(Dr Terry J Quinn FRCP, Dr Aine McGovern)
Department of Surgery and Care of the Elderly, Southmead Hospital, North Bristol NHS Trust,
(Dr Philip Braude MRCP, Dr Frances Rickard MRCP, Dr Emma Mitchell MRCP, Dr Mark Holloway MBChB, Dr James Hesford MBChB, Miss Kathryn McCarthy FRCS)
Department of Vascular Surgery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, NHS Grampian, Aberdeen, UK.
(Eilidh Bruce MBChB)
Department of Medicine for the Elderly, Woodend Hospital, Aberdeen, UK.
(Alice Einarsson MBChB)
Department of Anaesthesia. Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, UK.
(Fenella Barlow-Pay MBChB)
Department of Surgery. Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, UK.
(Prof Susan J Moug FRCS)
Institute of Applied Health Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK.
(Prof Phyo K Myint FRCP)
Respiratory Unit, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, University Hospital of Modena Policlinico, Modena, Italy.
(Alessia Verduri MD, Prof Enrico Clini MD)
Department of General Surgery, Ysbyty Gwynedd Bangor, Wales, UK.
(Mr Louis Evans MRCS, Website Curator)
COPE study collaborators
Charlotte Davey, Sheila Jones, Kiah Lunstone, Alice Cavenagh, Charlotte Silver, Thomas Telford, and Rebecca Simmons (Ysbyty Yystad Fawr); Tarik El Jichi Mutasem, Sandeep Singh, Dolcie Paxton, and Will Harris (North Bristol Trust); Norman Galbraith, Emma Bhatti, Jenny Edwards, and Siobhan Duffy (Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley);
Carly Bisset and Ross Alexander (Inverclyde Royal Infirmary); Madeline Garcia, Shefali Sangani, Thomas Kneen, George Kyriakopoulos, Michael Thomas, Denise Tan, Thomas Lee (Salford Royal Infirmary); Prof Giovanni Guaraldi (University Hospital of Modena Policlinico, Italy).
Publications from the COPE study collaborative
Response from the authors regarding the paper - Link
Increased care at discharge from COVID-19: The association between pre-admission frailty and increased care needs after hospital discharge; a multicentre European observational cohort study - BMC Medicine
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