CAPNETZ: Das Kompetenzzentrum für ambulant erworbene Pneumonie

Bidragets oversatte titel: CAPNETZ: The competence network for community-acquired pneumonia (CAP)

CAPNETZ-Studiengruppe

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    Abstrakt

    CAPNETZ is a medical competence network for community-acquired pneumonia (CAP), which was funded by the German Ministry for Education and Research. It has accomplished seminal work on pneumonia over the last 15 years. A unique infrastructure was established which has so far allowed us to recruit and analyze more than 11,000 patients. The CAPNETZ cohort is the largest cohort worldwide and the results obtained relate to all relevant aspects of CAP management (epidemiology, risk stratification via biomarkers or clinical scores, pathogen spectrum, pathogen resistance, antibiotic management, prevention and health care research). Results were published in more than 150 journals and informed the preparation and update of the national S3-guideline. CAPNETZ was also the foundation for further networks like the Pneumonia Research Network on Genetic Resistance and Susceptibility for the Evolution of Severe Sepsis) (PROGRESS), the Systems Medicine of Community Acquired Pneumonia Network (CAPSyS) and SFB-TR84 (Sonderforschungsbereich - Transregio 84). The main recipients (Charité Berlin, University Clinic Ulm and the Hannover Medical School) founded the CAPNETZ foundation and transferred all data and materials rights to this foundation. Moreover, the ministry granted the CAPNETZ foundation the status of being eligible to apply for research proposals and receive research funds. Since 2013 the CAPNETZ foundation has been an associated member of the German Center for Lung Research (DZL). Thus, a solid foundation has been set up for CAPNETZ to continue its success story.
    Bidragets oversatte titelCAPNETZ: The competence network for community-acquired pneumonia (CAP)
    OriginalsprogTysk
    TidsskriftBundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz
    Vol/bind59
    Udgave nummer4
    Sider (fra-til)475-481
    ISSN1436-9990
    DOI
    StatusUdgivet - apr. 2016

    Emneord

    • Pneumoni
    • Kvalitesudvikling
    • Register
    • Competence network
    • Biomarker
    • Community acquired pneumonia (CAP)
    • Foundation
    • Health services research
    • Clinical Competence
    • Pneumonia, Bacterial/diagnosis
    • Clinical Trials as Topic/organization & administration
    • Humans
    • Models, Organizational
    • Biomedical Research/organization & administration
    • Organizational Objectives
    • Quality Assurance, Health Care/organization & administration
    • Government Programs/organization & administration
    • Foundations/organization & administration
    • Interinstitutional Relations
    • Program Evaluation
    • Community-Acquired Infections/diagnosis
    • Germany
    • Cohort Studies

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