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Core outcome domains in incontinence-associated dermatitis research

(2018) JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING. 74(7). p.1605-1617
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Aim: To report the development of a core set of outcome domains for clinical research involving adults with incontinence-associated dermatitis or at risk, independently from any geographical location or skin colour. Background: The management of incontinence-associated dermatitis is important in caring for incontinent patients. The lack of comparability of clinical trial outcomes is a major challenge in the field of evidence-based incontinence-associated dermatitis prevention and treatment. Core outcome sets may therefore be helpful to improve the value of clinical incontinence-associated dermatitis research. Design: Systematic literature review, patient interviews and consensus study using Delphi procedure. Methods: A list of outcome domains was generated through a systematic literature review (no date restrictionsApril 2016), consultation of an international steering committee and three patient interviews. The project team reviewed and refined the outcome domains prior to starting a three-round Delphi procedure conducted between April-September 2017. The panellists, including healthcare providers, researchers and industry were invited to rate the importance of the outcome domains. Results: We extracted 1,852 outcomes from 244 articles. Experts proposed 56 and patients 32 outcome domains. After refinement, 57 panellists from 17 countries rated a list of 58 outcome domains. The final list of outcome domains includes erythema, erosion, maceration, IAD-related pain and patient satisfaction. Conclusion: Erythema, erosion, maceration, incontinence-associated dermatitis -related pain and patient satisfaction are the most important outcome domains to be measured in incontinence-associated dermatitis trials. Based on this international consensus on what to measure, the question of how to measure these domains now requires consideration. Registration: This project has been registered in the Core Outcome Measures in Effectiveness Trials (COMET Initiative) database and is part of the Cochrane Skin GroupCore Outcomes Set Initiative (CSG-COUSIN).
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Clinical nursing research, Contact dermatitis, Core outcome set, Dermatology, Domains, Incontinence-associated dermatitis, Nursing, Outcome assessment, Outcomes, Outcomes research, WOUND MANAGEMENT, CLINICAL-TRIALS, CONSENSUS, QUALITY, PAPER, SETS

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Van den Bussche, Karen, Jan Kottner, Hilde Beele, Dorien De Meyer, Ann Marie Dunk, Steven Ersser, Toni Lange, et al. 2018. “Core Outcome Domains in Incontinence-associated Dermatitis Research.” Ed. Roger Watson. Journal of Advanced Nursing 74 (7): 1605–1617.
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Van den Bussche, K., Kottner, J., Beele, H., De Meyer, D., Dunk, A. M., Ersser, S., Lange, T., et al. (2018). Core outcome domains in incontinence-associated dermatitis research. (R. Watson, Ed.)JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 74(7), 1605–1617.
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Van den Bussche K, Kottner J, Beele H, De Meyer D, Dunk AM, Ersser S, et al. Core outcome domains in incontinence-associated dermatitis research. Watson R, editor. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING. 2018;74(7):1605–17.
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Van den Bussche, Karen, Jan Kottner, Hilde Beele, et al. “Core Outcome Domains in Incontinence-associated Dermatitis Research.” Ed. Roger Watson. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING 74.7 (2018): 1605–1617. Print.
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Background: The management of incontinence-associated dermatitis is important in caring for incontinent patients. The lack of comparability of clinical trial outcomes is a major challenge in the field of evidence-based incontinence-associated dermatitis prevention and treatment. Core outcome sets may therefore be helpful to improve the value of clinical incontinence-associated dermatitis research. 
Design: Systematic literature review, patient interviews and consensus study using Delphi procedure. 
Methods: A list of outcome domains was generated through a systematic literature review (no date restrictionsApril 2016), consultation of an international steering committee and three patient interviews. The project team reviewed and refined the outcome domains prior to starting a three-round Delphi procedure conducted between April-September 2017. The panellists, including healthcare providers, researchers and industry were invited to rate the importance of the outcome domains. 
Results: We extracted 1,852 outcomes from 244 articles. Experts proposed 56 and patients 32 outcome domains. After refinement, 57 panellists from 17 countries rated a list of 58 outcome domains. The final list of outcome domains includes erythema, erosion, maceration, IAD-related pain and patient satisfaction. 
Conclusion: Erythema, erosion, maceration, incontinence-associated dermatitis -related pain and patient satisfaction are the most important outcome domains to be measured in incontinence-associated dermatitis trials. Based on this international consensus on what to measure, the question of how to measure these domains now requires consideration. Registration: This project has been registered in the Core Outcome Measures in Effectiveness Trials (COMET Initiative) database and is part of the Cochrane Skin GroupCore Outcomes Set Initiative (CSG-COUSIN).},
  author       = {Van den Bussche, Karen and Kottner, Jan and Beele, Hilde and De Meyer, Dorien and Dunk, Ann Marie and Ersser, Steven and Lange, Toni and Petrovic, Mirko and Schoonhoven, Lisette and Smet, Steven and Van Damme, Nele and Verhaeghe, Sofie and Van Hecke, Ann and Beeckman, Dimitri},
  editor       = {Watson, Roger},
  issn         = {0309-2402},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING},
  keyword      = {Clinical nursing research,Contact dermatitis,Core outcome set,Dermatology,Domains,Incontinence-associated dermatitis,Nursing,Outcome assessment,Outcomes,Outcomes research,WOUND MANAGEMENT,CLINICAL-TRIALS,CONSENSUS,QUALITY,PAPER,SETS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {7},
  pages        = {1605--1617},
  title        = {Core outcome domains in incontinence-associated dermatitis research},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jan.13562},
  volume       = {74},
  year         = {2018},
}

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