Where Am I? -> Publications
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Below is a list of the academic journal publications from the EUROlinkCAT Project. Please click on the title of the paper to be taken to the abstract, lay summary and link to the journal article.

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WP1 Protocol Paper EUROlinkCAT protocol for a European population-based data linkage study investigating the survival, morbidity and education of children with congenital anomalies

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WP2 Linkage Paper Linking a European cohort of children born with congenital anomalies to vital statistics and mortality records: A EUROlinkCAT study

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WP3 Systematic Review Long-term survival of children born with congenital anomalies: A systematic review and meta-analysis of population-based studies
   
WP3 10-year Survival Ten-year survival of children with congenital anomalies: a European cohort study
   
WP3 Rare Structural Survival Survival of children with rare structural congenital anomalies: a multi-registry cohort study
   
WP3 Temporal and Geographical Variations Temporal and geographical variations in survival of children born with congenital anomalies in Europe: A multi-registry cohort study

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WP4 Cardiac Medications Prescription of cardiovascular medication in children with congenital heart defects across six European Regions from 2000 to 2014: data from the EUROlinkCAT population-based cohort study
   
WP4 Feeding Tubes Gastrostomy and congenital anomalies: a European population-based study
   
WP4 Length of Stay
Hospital length of stay among children with and without congenital anomalies across 11 European regions—A population-based data linkage study

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WP5 Systematic Review Academic achievement and needs of school-aged children born with selected congenital anomalies: A systematic review and meta-analysis

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WP8 Focus Groups
The Voice of Parents of Children With a Congenital Anomaly - A EUROlinkCAT Study
   
WP8 COVID-19 COVID-19 and children with congenital anomalies: a European survey of parents’ experiences of healthcare services