SCOPE Study News

17 May 2016RECRUITMENT COMPLETED
SCOPE recruitment is complete, with final number of participants being 5690. To date, there have been 65 publications based on the SCOPE project.
06 January 2014RECRUITMENT COMPLETED
SCOPE recruitment is complete, with final number of participants being 5690. To date, there have been 53 publications based on the SCOPE project.
06 January 2014Children of SCOPE
The New Zealand Health Research Council funded just over $1 Million to follow-up 'The CHILDREN of SCOPE' at 5-6 years of age in the Auckland cohort. Recruitment is now completed.  1208 children and mothers participated in this follow-up study.
28 April 2010Major Milestone Reached

5000 are now participating in the SCOPE Study. For an update on the most recent findings go to 'Research / Publications' at the top of the page.

 

21 July 2009Another Recruitment Milestone

4300 are now participating in the SCOPE Study. For an update on the most recent findings go to 'Research / Publications' at the top of the page.

 

13 March 20094000 Women Participating in SCOPE

SCOPE Ireland recruited the 4000th participant into the SCOPE study; 4000 nulliparous women in NZ, Australia, the UK and Ireland are now participating in SCOPE.

11 July 2008Recruitment milestone

3500 women are now recruited into SCOPE

05 March 2008Recruitment begins for SCOPE Ireland

1st woman recruited at University College, Cork

Over 3200 women are now recruited into the SCOPE Study

31 October 2007Recruitment now 3000 women
3000 first time mothers are now participating in the SCOPE Study in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom (MAPS, UK arm of SCOPE)
03 October 2007Recruitment starts in London

1st woman recruited at Kings College London

20 August 2007Recruitment milestone reached
2800 first time mothers are now participating in SCOPE
21 June 2007Recruitment Milestone
2500 first time mothers are now participating in SCOPE
18 May 2007SCOPE Ireland Funded

Irish Health Research Board funds 1.7 million Euros for SCOPE Ireland. University College Cork will recruit 3000 women into SCOPE.

01 April 2007MAPS-UK arm of SCOPE Funded

Kings College London funded £250,000 for MAPs Study-UK arm of SCOPE. Recruitment starts July 2007. 

22 March 20071st Recruits SCOPE Manchester

Congratulations! First women recruited at the University of Manchester.

10 April 2007Another milestone reached
2300 women recruited in SCOPE
01 January 2007Recruitment milestone
2000 women recruited in SCOPE
24 August 2006Another milestone reached

1500 first time mothers are now participating in SCOPE

10 August 2006SCOPE UK to start early 2007

We have funding to start recruiting women into SCOPE in Manchester in early 2007.

26 July 2006Recruitment Milestone

1400 women participating in SCOPE

19 May 2006Another Milestone Reached

1200 first time mothers are now participating in SCOPE

17 March 2006Milestone reached

1000 first time mothers are now participating in SCOPE

09 February 2006SCOPE recruitment

878 first time mothers are now participating in SCOPE, of whom 390 have delivered.

27 September 2005More Participants

560 women are now participating in the SCOPE study.

14 September 2005First Participant in Australia

The SCOPE study has been successfully launched in a second country with the first participant recruited in SCOPE Australia.

27 May 2005Congratulations Adelaide: SCOPE Awarded $A2.37 Million Grant

SCOPE Australia awarded $A2.37 million grant by the Premier’s Science and Research Fund, South Australian Government, Australia. Adelaide University will recruit 2,000 women into the SCOPE study.

19 November 2004First Participant

The SCOPE study has been successfully launched with the first participant recruited in SCOPE New Zealand.

01 July 2004SCOPE Awarded $NZ5.19 Million Grant

SCOPE New Zealand awarded a $NZ5.19 million NERF grant by the Foundation Science and Technology, New Zealand.

01 July 2004SCOPE Awarded $NZ1.1 Million Grant

SCOPE New Zealand awarded $NZ1.1 million project grant by the Health Research Council, New Zealand.