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Developing the required data set for the integration of breast cancer registry systems in Iran

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(2022) Developing the required data set for the integration of breast cancer registry systems in Iran. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked. ISSN 23529148 (ISSN)

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Abstract

Background: Breast cancer is a major public health concern due to its increasing incidence and mortality rates. A large volume of data is generated from different healthcare settings with inconsistent and heterogeneous data frameworks. There is an increasing demand to integrate breast cancer data between various information systems to answer specific research questions and future clinical trials. Thus, this study aimed to develop a minimum data set (MDS) for integrating breast cancer registry systems as a prerequisite for multi-center data exchange and research cooperation. Methods: The proposed MDS was developed using a multi-stage process. First, a systematic search was performed in scientific databases. Available data sets and registries related to breast cancer were also reviewed until data saturation. Then, a two-round Delphi survey was performed to reach an agreement on the primary data items. Finally, an additional Delphi stage was carried out to validate the content of the final MDS by calculating the individual item content validity index (CVI), overall scale CVI (S-CVI), and face validity. Results: After the literature review, the primary data set for breast cancer including 309 data items was identified. After the Delphi phase and calculation of I-CVI, S-CVI, and face validity, the breast cancer MDS was finalized with 14 classes and 205 data items. Conclusions: This agreed-upon MDS enables accurate, consistent, and comparable inter-organizational data collection between breast cancer care centers. This data homogeneity enhances the analytic power and depth of variables, thereby contributing to multicenter, large-scale, and more generalizable epidemiological and predictive studies on breast cancer. © 2022 The Authors

Item Type: Article
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Mirbagheri, E.UNSPECIFIED
Shafiee, M.UNSPECIFIED
Shanbezadeh, M.UNSPECIFIED
Kazemi-Arpanahi, H.UNSPECIFIED
Keywords: Breast neoplasms Common data elements Information management Information systems Registries antineoplastic agent bisphosphonic acid derivative calcium capecitabine carboplatin cardiovascular agent cisplatin corticosteroid cyclophosphamide docetaxel doxorubicin epirubicin eribulin fluorouracil gemcitabine ixabepilone narcotic agent new drug oral contraceptive agent paclitaxel prescription drug tumor marker vinorelbine tartrate vitamin D Article breast cancer breast imaging reporting and data system breast radiotherapy cancer radiotherapy cancer registry cancer surgery cancer therapy content validity data base Delphi study demographics diagnostic imaging echography face validity family history health care facility human information processing information retrieval Iran laboratory test mammography mastectomy medical history medical information system Medline menopause nuclear magnetic resonance imaging oncologist pathologist pathology pharmaceutical care physical examination questionnaire radiation dose sample size ScienceDirect Scopus search engine treatment outcome vitamin supplementation Web of Science
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Journal or Publication Title: Informatics in Medicine Unlocked
Journal Index: Scopus
Volume: 32
Identification Number: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.imu.2022.101011
ISSN: 23529148 (ISSN)
Depositing User: مهندس مهدی شریفی
URI: http://eprints.medilam.ac.ir/id/eprint/4141

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