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Date last updated:25-Feb-2021
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Instructions
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Information on how to navigate and to use this spreadsheet to access Brighton Collaboration publications
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If you have any questions on how to use or navigate this spreadsheet, please contact bc-coordinator@taskforce.org
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Notification of newly added content will be noted on the Brighton Publications main page.
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How to use this spreadsheet:
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All Brighton Collaboration articles can be found under "PUBLICATIONS" tab, organized by publication types, (sub) categories.
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Source:
Brighton Collaboration Case Definition Working Group (BC CD WG),
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Global Alignment of Immunization Safety Assessment in Pregnancy (GAIA),
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Viral Vector Vaccine Safety Working Group (V3SWG), Brighton Collaboration (BC)
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BC Global Research in Paediatrics (GRIP), and Safety Platform for Emergency Vaccines (SPEAC)
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Publication Type:
Case definition, Background, Guideline, Safety Template
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Category
Guideline articles are broken down by "Clinical Trials" or "Surveillance"
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Background articles are broken down by "Case Definition", "Guideline", or "Safety Template"
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Case definition articles are broken down by body system (e.g., neurologic, respiratory, etc.), outcome type (e.g., fatal), or host group (e.g., pregnancy, fetal, neonatal, etc.)
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Sub-Category
Guideline articles are broken down by "General" or "Pregnancy"
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Case definition articles are broken down by systemic classification
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COVID-19 Related
SPEAC AESI; other organization AESI (e.g., FDA, CDCP, EMA, WHO)
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To access COVID-19 AESI Case Definition filtered view:
Under "Publications" tab, click "Data" --> "Filter View" --> "SPEAC COVID-19 AESI"

To access COVID-19 AESI Case Definition Background Rates:
Under "Publications tab, click "Data" --> "Filter View" --> "Background Rates"
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Title, Year, PMID, DOI:
Descriptive information on article listed
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Supplemental Material: Columns labelled Supp1, Supp2, Supp3, Supp4 etc may be populated with links to additional case definition resources. The types of supplemental material are listed, with descriptions below. Since some AESI may have several supplements, and others 1 or none, rather than label the Supplemental columns, the linked material will be identified in the appropriate cell using the abbreviated titles shown below. WG-CD stands for Working Group-Case Definition and is applied to material that was published as a supplement to the case definition.
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AESI Companion Guide:
The CEPI-SPEAC project outputs include several resources and tools. To facilitate their use these are being collated into a single guide for each AESI. Included in each guide are: Risk factors; background rates; tabular summaries of recommendations for real time investigation, data analysis and presentation; ICD9/10-CM and MedDRA codes; data abstraction and interpretation form for medical chart review; 2 formats (tabular & pictorial) for summarizing case data and determining level of certainty
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WG-CD Algorithm:
For some case definitions, the Working Group developed an algorithm for determining level of certainty in conjunction with the case definition that is available as a supplement to the publication. (e.g. SNHL)
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WG-CD Guidelines:
Given length restrictions, for some case definitions the section for guidelines on data collection, presentation and analysis has to be put into a separate supplement. (e.g. SNHL)
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WG-CD CRFClinical report from that can be used for the AESI (e.g., Bell's Palsy)
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WG-CD Literature Search:
Extensive literature searches are a standard part of the Brighton process for creating new case definitions and may be available as a supplement to the publication.
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WG-CD Peer Review
All Brighton case definitions undergo a standard peer review process. Results are collated into an excel spreadsheet which may be provided as supplemental material (e.g. SNHL)
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