The Research Committee is responsible for overseeing and promoting the collaborative research agenda of CNOC; taking a multicenter, multidisciplinary approach to better understanding the neurodevelopmental, behavioral, and mental health outcomes of individuals with congenital heart disease; supporting investigator-initiated, patient/family supported, and cross-consortia/network projects that include development of data collection and sharing methodology; review and oversight of all CNOC research proposals including creating, implementing, and maintaining a submission process for research proposals, and facilitating quick review of research proposals, including those part of grant submissions.
Contact Committee Chair Caitlin Rollins MD SM for information about how to participate in committee activities.
Publications Endorsed by CNOC
- Telehealth services for cardiac neurodevelopmental care during the COVID-19 pandemic: a site survey from the Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Outcome Collaborative
- Integrating telehealth into neurodevelopmental assessment: A model from the Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Outcome Collaborative
- CNNN paper – Optimising motor development in the hospitalised infant with CHD: factors contributing to early motor challenges and recommendations for assessment and intervention
- Factors Associated With Attendance for Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Evaluation
Check out the CNOC Collection in Cardiology in the Young