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A clinical and economic evaluation of screening and diagnostic tests to identify and treat women with gestational diabetes: association between maternal risk factors, glucose levels, and adverse outcomes

Project title: A clinical and economic evaluation of screening and diagnostic tests to identify and treat women with gestational diabetes: association between maternal risk factors, glucose levels, and adverse outcomes

Call to action: 11/99 11/99 Screening for hyperglycaemia in pregnancy

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Diane Farrar

Lead Author: Dr Diane Farrar

Contractor: Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £274,583.43

Co-investigators: Dr Donald Whitelaw, Dr Susan Griffin, Ms Lesley Smith (nee Fairley), Professor Debbie Lawlor, Professor Derek Tuffnell, Professor John Bland, Professor John Wright, Professor Mark Sculpher, Professor Trevor Sheldon.

Started: June 2013 | Status: Published December 2016

PROSPERO registration: CRD42013004608

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