|The HyperPED-COVID Registry|
A joined PReS, ESID, ISSAID, ERN-RITA and PRINTO network’s effort has been started with the aim to buid a registry of children and young adults who have developed serious inflammatory condition in temporal association with COVID-19 in the community.
|The JIA classification study|
The PRINTO Evidence-based Revision of the International League Against Rheumatism (ILAR) Classification criteria for juvenile idiopathic Arthritis.
|The STARS Trial|
The comparison of STep-up and step-down therapeutic strategies in childhood ARthritiS trial (STARS) is a new interventional trial aiming to investigate whether an early aggressive therapeutic intervention in children with JIA, based on the initial start of synthetic and biologic DMARDs (Step-down strategy), is superior to an approach based on treatment escalation conducted following the treat-to-target principle (Step-up strategy).
PRINTO and PRES are conducting a pharmacovigilance project which aims at observing children with JIA for 3-10 years undergoing treatment with MTX or biologic agents in order to collect moderate, severe or serious adverse events occurred.
The PReS Autoinflammatory Diseases’ Working Group, in collaboration with PRINTO, set up a a web-based international registry for Autoinflammatory diseases.
|Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of LoSQI in JLS|
Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Localised Scleroderma Quality of Life Instrument (LoSQI) in juvenile localised scleroderma (JLS) is a multicentre study of the PRES scleroderma working party in collaboration with members of the CARRA scleroderma working group.
|The DAISY study|
The DAISY study (Applicability of standardized ultrasound examination to estimate disease activity in combination with JADAS and inflammation markers in JIA patients) aims to investigate sensitivity and predictive value of the multi-biomarker panel and to evaluate if it could be applied in limited number of joints in patients with oligo and polyarticular JIA course as a new disease activity tool and outcome measure.
PRINTO is partner of the "conect4children" (c4c) initiative, the collaborative network for European clinical trials for children, (c4c) a consortium that aims to enhance the competitiveness of Europe as a critical region for developing medicines for children.
|Liaisons with pharmaceutical companies|
PRINTO is working with pharmaceutical companies as advisor for trials planning, centre selection, data collection, data analysis and interpretation…