Category Archives: CHIPS

Data Tutorial – How to Record Proteinuria After Randomisation

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Data Forms Tutorial: Completing the PPQ

Data Forms Tutorial: Completing the Postpartum Questionnaire when you are unable to reach the patient The Postpartum Questionnaire (PPQ) captures information regarding the health of the mother and the baby until 6 weeks after delivery, or until the baby is 28 days old or is first discharged home from hospital (whichever is later). Completing this […]

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Changes to the CHIPS data coordination team

  We would like to welcome our new CHIPS Data Co-ordinator, Katherine Trigiani. Katherine joined the team in November and will also be working out of the Data Co-ordinating Centre in Toronto. She is replacing the previous CHIPS Data Co-ordinator, Trinh Hoac, who has recently gone on maternity leave. Please don’t hesitate to contact Katherine […]

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CHIPS Data Queries

The Data Co-ordinating Centre is working on the next set of queries for all forms received to date, and you will be receiving these in your inbox in the next two weeks. Data queries are generated when there are incomplete answers, out-of-range data, and inconsistencies in the data. Outstanding queries from the second interim analysis will […]

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The 2nd interim analysis is complete!

We ended up with 92.4% complete and clean data for inclusion in this second interim analysis! MANY THANKS are due to all involved sites for sending in your data forms and responding to the data queries relating to these cases.  We absolutely could not have achieved this without your tremendous efforts! The results of the […]

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Quarter 3 Blood Pressure Treatment Report Results

The 2012 Quarter 3 Blood Pressure Treatment Reports were distributed to all site primary contacts on October 25th.   This latest report shows that, overall, we have achieved a mean difference in diastolic blood pressure (dBP) that is now 6mmHg HIGHER in the ‘LESS TIGHT’ group compared with the ‘TIGHT’ group.  This is up 0.5mmHg since our […]

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