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The OCELOT project: Developing a core outcome set for oesophageal atresia

In a recording for our Improving Care in OA/TOF seminar, Paediatric Respiratory Consultant, Rebecca Thursfield gives an update on the OCELOT project and the importance of core outcome sets in medical research.

The OCELOT project, which many members of TOFS contributed to, aims to develop a core set of guidelines for individuals born with oesophageal atresia and tracheo-oesophageal fistula and form the foundation for future research endeavours in the field of OA/TOF.

For more information and to watch all the other videos from the seminar, please click here.

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