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Inclusion status

30 June 2020 // Inclusion status


Active inclusion of patients in the SHIPP-study is ongoing on nine hospitals in Sweden.


Today (2020-06-30) 895 patients are included. The goal is to include 5 300 patients. Additional hospitals in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark will join ahead.


Due to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic inclusion rate and recruitment of new hospitals to the study during spring 2020 has been limited. We expect at least three new centers to start inclusion later in 2020. 


We are actively recruiting new centres, do not hesitate to contact us via info@shipp.se for more information. 


This is a multi-center Scandinavian study on head injuries in children.

Great news - Queen Silvia Childrens Hospital joining SHIPP

21 Februar 2020 // Participating centres


We are very happy that Queen Silvia Childrens Hospital in Gothenburg, Sweden has joined the SHIPP-study. Welcome!


Screenshot from Twitter:

https://twitter.com/cgatzinsky?lang=en


This is a multi-center Scandinavian study on head injuries in children.


We are actively recruiting new centres, do not hesitate to contact us via info@shipp.se for more information. 

Inclusion status

21 Februar 2020 // Inclusion status


Active inclusion of patients in the SHIPP-study is now ongoing in nine hospitals in Sweden.


Today (2020-02-21) 678 patients are included. The goal is to include 5 300 patients. Additional hospitals in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark will join ahead.


We are actively recruiting new centres, do not hesitate to contact us via info@shipp.se for more information. 


This is a multi-center Scandinavian study on head injuries in children.

Inclusion status

23 September 2019 // Inclusion status


Active inclusion of patients in the SHIPP-study is ongoing in five (5) hospitals in Sweden. First patient was included in Stockholm in April 2018. 


Today (2019-09-23) 439 patients are included. The goal is to include 5 300 patients. Additional hospitals in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark will join ahead.


This is a multi-center Scandinavian study on head injuries in children.

Pressreleases about the study

21 May 2019 // News


National study coordinator Fredrik Wickbom is interviewed about the SHIPP study and the use of the web-based data management system Entermedic (Entergate AB).


Articles in Swedish.



Link to Entergate AB - SHIPP study

Link to pressrelease MyNewsDesk


Business News

Inclusion status

20 May 2019 // Inclusion status


Active inclusion of patients in the SHIPP-study is ongoing in five (5) hospitals in Sweden. First patient was included in Stockholm in April 2018. 


Today (2019-05-20) 185 patients are included. The goal is to include 5 300 patients. Additional hospitals in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark will join ahead.


This is a multi-center Scandinavian study on head injuries in children.

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