INHA Research and Development – INTERNATIONAL

The following is a list of our international embedded patient researcher roles:-

 – Every Tiny Thing – NICU Family Journal Review (Ca, USA)

– James Lind Alliance – Setting Research Priorities With Multiple Professions and Service Users (UK)

– Cosneon – Core Outcome Set For Intervention Studies of Babies Born Growth Restricted (Europe)

– Costil – Core Outcome Set for Stillbirths (Europe)

– Elicit – Core Outcome Set to Evaluate the Impact of Interventions to Improve Decisions About Trial Participation (Europe)

– Epitome – Exploring Methods of Participant Inclusion in Delphi Studies (Europe_

– ICHOM – Developing a Standard Set for Preterm and hospitalised infants (International)

– Co_OPT – Study of Pregnancy Treatements to Prevent Complications and Preterm Birth (International)

– PreNat Hub – Developing an international digital neonatal hub for education, resource sharing, neonatal practice comparisons etc      (Europe)

 – RECAP – Developing an international multi-disciplinary database of cohorts  of babies born VPT/VLBW to improve outcomes (Int)

 – iHope Study – Developing a Core Outcome Set for Pre-Eclampsia (Australia)

 – SHIPS Study – Screening to Improve Health in Very Preterm Infants in Europe (Europe). To learn more about this project you can visit the website:

 – Supporting The Peer Supporter (UK)

 – Effectiveness of Tocolysis in the prevention of preterm delivery (Australia)

 – Impre-New – Investigating if organizational strategies can impact outcomes for preterm infants (France)

 – Caring Essentials – Reviewing and contributing towards an online family education app (USA)

 – COPOP – Developing a Core Outcome Set of Interventions For the Prevention of Preterm Birth (Europe)

 – COS-STAR – Developing a Core Outcome Set for Reporting Standards (Europe)

– Tocolysis to improve neonatal outcomes (International)

 – Preemie World Crystal Ball – Harnessing and collating global research in one database (USA)

 – Improving treatment decisions through network meta-analysis (USA)

 – Developing best practice guidelines for obtaining parental consent (France)



The INHA is a research reviewer for :-

  • The British Medical Journal Paediatrics Open, reviewing papers submitted to the BMJ for publication.