Pôster Eletrônico

22/11/2021 - 09:00 - 18:00
PE08 - Epidemiologia da saúde do adulto (TODOS OS DIAS)

32771 - HEALTH OF ADULT PEOPLE BORN PRETERM - AN E-COHORT PILOT STUDY (HAPP-E)
ELSA LORTHE - EPIUNIT, ISPUP, PORTUGAL, CAROLINA SANTOS - EPIUNIT, ISPUP, PORTUGAL, JOSÉ PEDRO ORNELAS - INESC TEC, PORTUGAL, JULIA NADINE DOETSCH - EPIUNIT, ISPUP, PORTUGAL, SANDRA MARQUES - EPIUNIT, ISPUP, PORTUGAL, RAQUEL TEIXEIRA - EPIUNIT, ISPUP, PORTUGAL, ANA CRISTINA SANTOS - EPIUNIT, ISPUP, PORTUGAL, CARINA RODRIGUES - EPIUNIT, ISPUP, PORTUGAL, GONÇALO GONÇALVES - INESC TEC, PORTUGAL, PEDRO SOUSA - INESC TEC, PORTUGAL, JOÃO CORREIA LOPES - INESC TEC, PORTUGAL, ARTUR ROCHA - INESC TEC, PORTUGAL, HENRIQUE BARROS - EPIUNIT, ISPUP, PORTUGAL


Objective: To assess the feasibility of recruiting and following up an e-cohort of adults born preterm in order to better understand the consequences of prematurity in adulthood.

Study design: HAPP-e is an open, observational, international, e-cohort pilot study of adults born preterm. A multi-faceted communication strategy has been implemented to promote awareness and encourage participation. Recruitment, inclusions, and baseline and follow-up data collections are performed through a dedicated and secured web-platform accessible from a website providing information to potential participants (https://happ-e.inesctec.pt/). All adults (≥18 years old) born preterm (<37 weeks) with access to internet connection and an e-mail address are eligible. The baseline questionnaire is available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. It addresses six domains: circumstances and conditions of birth and past health condition; socio-demographic data, education and employment; current health; quality of life; mental health; and lifestyle factors, sleep and physical activity. Participants will be asked to fill in a follow-up questionnaire 9 months after their inclusion in the project.

Results: The HAPP-e project was launched in December 2019. After 3 months, more than 700 participants have registered, demonstrating interest in the project and validating the methods implemented so far. Data will be further analysed to characterize participation over time, evaluate the quality of the collected data and describe the participants’ characteristics.

Conclusion: Taking advantage of e-epidemiology tools, the HAPP-e project will provide further insight on the feasibility of implementing an e-cohort of adults born preterm and is expected to lead to implementing a larger-scale study.

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