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October 2020

Dear All We hope you are keeping well. As a collaborative, we have now recruited 250 patients and have 68 registered sites. We would like to thank everyone for their continued hard work in supporting the SeaSHeL study. We would…

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9th September

SeaSHeL Study Update September 2020 Dear All We hope you are keeping well. As a collaborative, we have now recruited 205 patients and have 68 registered sites! We would like to thank everyone for their continued hard work in supporting…

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15th June

Dear All,   We hope you are keeping well during these challenging times. Please find below an update on the SeaSHeL Study.  Understandably the rate of recruitment to SeaSHeL has fallen owing to limited ENT departmental activity due to COVID-19,…

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26th February

Dear all, We are pleased to say that the SeaSHeL study is progressing well.   As of 26th February, 51 Sites have successfully registered the study and are open to patient recruitment. Data for 56 patients from 16 sites have already been uploaded onto…

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16th May

Dear All, We hope you are keeping well. Among all the chaos we hope we can bring you some good news regarding SeaSHeL. Our website is in the final stages of development and will be going live very soon. On…

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23rd April

A number of sites have asked about collecting QoL data from patients via telephone/via post. I'm pleased to say that we have requested an HRA ethics amendment for this which has been permitted. So you can now administer QoL questionnaires…

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10th April

Dear SeaSHeL Regional Leads, I hope you're all well in these uncertain times. We have been approached by a team of ENT trainees about the potential for a national audit of COVID traceheostomies. The project is currently at an early…

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9th April

Dear collaborators, due to the current COVID-19 situation, we appreciate that patient recruitment has become more challenging. However it would be very helpful if you could complete the REDCap entries for the existing patients you have included. It is crucial…

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