MEDICAL

The systematic spiral

How clinical work, registries, research, guidelines and quality improvement are connected Interview with Lena Lande Wekre, M.D. in the Skeletal dysplasia team at TRS National Resource Centre for Rare Disorders, Norway Who are you and where are you currently working? My name is Lena Lande Wekre and I am a Medical Doctor in the Skeletal…

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RESEARCH

Norwegian registry for rare bone conditions

A new quality registry for rare bone conditions is being developed in Norway. It’s a collaboration between Oslo University Hospital (orthopedic dept.) and the Norwegian centre of expertise for bone conditions TRS kompetansesenter for sjeldne diagnoser. On May 7th an advisory board was established and Ingunn Westerheim & Rebecca Tvedt Skarberg (substitute) from OIFE were…

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MEDICAL

OI Variant database

WHAT IS THE OI VARIANT DATABASE? Professor Raymond Dalgleish moved to the University of Leicester in January 1984 and set up a group to study the genetics of OI and vascular EDS. Since 1984 he has on a volunteer basis been systematically collecting all publications describing OI-causing sequence variants (mutations). At first the database was…

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ADVOCACY

Data strategy for the ERNs

EuRR-Bone is launched! The registry EuRR-Bone was launched this week, and will cover rare bone and mineral conditions the European Reference Network on Rare Endocrine Conditions (Endo-ERN) as well as the European Reference Network on Rare Bone Disorders (ERN BOND). EuRR-Bone will be of service to all patients, health care professionals and researchers involved in the care…

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ADVOCACY

LAUNCH OF EURR-BONE

Today was the official launch & kickoff of the the European Registry for Rare Bone and Mineral Conditions (EuRR-Bone), which is funded by the European Union’s Health Programme. OIFE was represented by Rebecca Tvedt Skarberg (ERN BOND ePAG). EuRR-Bone’s aim is to create a high-quality, patient-centered registry for rare bone and mineral conditions including OI…

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