Since 2016 and through the recent project PHIG (Preventing Hospital Infections in Greece), CLEO has been expanding its field of activity into other sectors of health research and promotion, including:
Collectively, the work of CLEO aims at the improvement of health care quality in General and Children’s hospitals across Greece.
The Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes Research was founded in 2011 under the auspices of the 1st and 2nd Pediatric Department of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, with the generous support of the “Stavros Niarchos” Foundation.
CLEO has operated as a non-governmental, non-profit organisation since October 2014.
We are looking for an experienced Project Manager/Researcher to join our team for the EC-funded program ‘VACCELERATE’
Mantadakis, E., Kopsidas, I., Coffin, S., Dimitriou, G., Gkentzi, D., Hatzipantelis, E., Kaisari, A., Kattamis, A., Kourkouni, E., Papachristidou, S., Papakonstantinou, E., Polychronopoulou, S., Roilides, E., Spyridis, N., Tsiodras, S., Tsolia, M. N., Tsopela, G.-C., Zaoutis, T. and Tragiannidis, A.
Antimicrobial Stewardship & Healthcare Epidemiology, Cambridge University Press, 2(1): e.71, http://doi.org/10.1017/ash.2022.43
Objective: We surveyed antimicrobials used in Greek pediatric hematology–oncology (PHO) and bone marrow transplant (BMT) units before and after an intervention involving education regarding the 2017 clinical practice guidelines (CPG) for the management of febrile neutropenia in children with cancer and hematopoietic stem-cell transplant recipients.Read more ...
Το CLEO ιδρύθηκε με δωρεά του Ιδρύματος «Σταύρος Νιάρχος», το οποίο από το 2011 έως και σήμερα συνεχίζει να υποστηρίζει τη λειτουργία του ως βασικός δωρητής.
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