Welcome to I-CAH

  • INTRODUCTION TO I-CAH

    The International-CAH (I-CAH) network is an initiative to improve the clinical management of the rare disease Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. With a newly-created I-CAH Registry as its centrepiece, the initiative also focuses on providing information to patients and clinicians and developing research to optimise healthcare. The I-CAH Registry delivers a means of connecting clinical and research centres from around the world within a Virtual Research Environment (VRE) and will underpin research into new management strategies and therapies.

FOR PATIENTS

FOR PATIENTS

I-CAH seeks to support patients, children and parents by providing information, support and links, as well ...

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FOR PHYSICIANS

FOR PHYSICIANS

I-CAH seeks to include physicians in research to optimise the care of patients with Congenital Adrenal Hype...

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REGISTRY

REGISTRY

The I-CAH Registry is central to the I-CAH network and provides a means of connecting clinical and research...

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  • I-CAH Network

    The I-CAH network is managed and administered by the I-DSD Steering Committee. The I-DSD steering committee is a group of international experts who represent patient support groups and clinicians. The committee meets periodically and is responsible for screening and delivering research proposals and maintaining and supporting the network.

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  • CREATION OF THE I-CAH NETWORK, SUPPORTED BY EU TAIN

    • TAIN (Treatment of Adrenal Insufficiency in Neonates) is a consortium of partners funded by a European Commission Framework 7 Grant (No:281654), to develop more effective treatments for children suffering from Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia.

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Latest News

  • 24 Nov
    2015

    New research studies

    Two new studies are underway that will be supported by the newly developed longitudinal module in the I-CAH registry: 

  • 01 Oct
    2015

    I-CAH

    Members of I-CAH and other active users of the I-CAH/I-DSD registry met at ESPE in Barcelona on 1st October 2015.  The group identified 2 studies that will be rolled out over the coming months.  The group w...

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  • 24 Sep
    2015

    I-CAH longitudinal module

    A new longitudinal module has been developed in the I-CAH registry.  The CAH Visits module collects data on sick day episodes, adrenal crises and treatment changes as well as more routinely collected clinic...

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