Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology is inviting manuscripts for themed issues
Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology is inviting manuscripts for various themed issues in 2019. Authors of original research papers addressing methodologic and substantive issues related to these themes are encouraged to submit papers for consideration through the Journal website https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ppe. The deadline for submission for these issues is April 15, 2019. Read more
Predictors, Outcomes, and Classification Methods of Periviable Births – the Journal is seeking manuscripts on topics related to periviable births. Issues of interest include but are not limited to classification of births as live births vs fetal or infant deaths, ethics, long-term child outcomes for these births, and patient or provider perspectives. Dr. Sarah Keim, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and The Ohio State University, and Dr. Courtney Lynch, The Ohio State University, will serve as Guest Editors for this Issue.
Leveraging Innovative Technology to Enhance Research in Reproductive and Perinatal Epidemiology – the Journal is requesting manuscripts on topics related to innovative uses of technology in reproductive and perinatal epidemiology. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, experiences designing or conducting research online, use of home monitoring or specimen collection devices, development or use of research-related smart phone applications, and use of technology to conduct research in low or middle income countries. Dr. Lauren Wise, Boston University, and Dr. Courtney Lynch, The Ohio State University, will serve as Guest Editors for this issue.
Prenatal Exposure to Acetaminophen and Childhood Neurodevelopment – the Journal is seeking original research papers addressing methodologic and substantive issues related to prenatal exposure to acetaminophen and childhood neurodevelopmental outcomes. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, various constructs of acetaminophen exposure including timing, duration, dosage, and indication, late childhood and adolescent neurodevelopmental outcomes, ability to address confounding by parent-related factors, and outcome measures expanding beyond clinical diagnoses, as well as exposure and outcome misclassification, confounding, and loss to follow up. Drs. Samantha Parker and Martha Werler, Boston University, will serve as Guest Editors for this issue.
General questions regarding submissions can be addressed to Cande V. Ananth (email@example.com), PPE’s Editor-in-Chief.
Funding Opportunity for Pilot and Feasibility Studies: SocialEcological Risk Factors for Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms and Protective Factors for Long-term Bladder Health
The Scientific and Data Coordinating Center (SDCC) for the Prevention of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms
(PLUS) Research Consortium, supported by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney
Diseases (NIDDK) and the Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH) at the National Institutes of
Health (NIH), invites research grant applications to conduct pilot and feasibility studies that support the
mission of the PLUS Consortium, Read more
and reducing lower urinary tract symptoms and conditions in women throughout the lifespan, and/or
expand PLUS work to identify and understand sex and gender differences in social-ecologic factors for
bladder health and conditions associated lower urinary tract symptoms. It is expected that three awards
with total costs of up to $150,000 each will be awarded.