Core Outcome Sets for Studies of Diabetes in Pregnancy: A Review.

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Core Outcome Sets (COS) contain an agreed minimum set of outcomes to be measured and reported in all studies in a specific area, with the objective of standardizing outcome reporting. COS may minimize research waste by identifying outcomes important to key stakeholders, allowing for improved evidence synthesis, and facilitating translation of research findings to clinical practice. Over the past 5 years, there has been significant progress in developing COS relevant to studies of diabetes in pregnancy. This review summarizes work in this area, reviews the role of patient and public involvement in COS development, and suggests areas for future research.

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