Buzzell A, Chamberlain JD, Eriks-Hoogland I, Hug K, Jordan X, Schubert M, Zwahlen M, Brinkhof MWG for the SwiSCI study group and the Swiss National Cohort: All-cause and cause-specific mortality following non-traumatic spinal cord injury: evidence from a population-based cohort study in Switzerland. Spinal Cord. Oct 7 2019.
Chamberlain JD, Eriks-Hoogland IE, Hug K, Jordan X, Schubert M, Brinkhof MWG: Attrition from specialised rehabilitation associated with an elevated mortality risk: results from a vital status tracing study in Swiss spinal cord injured patients. BMJ Open. 2020. 10(7): e035752.
Chamberlain JD, Buzzell A, Gmünder HP, Hug K, Jordan X, Moser A, Schubert M, Zwahlen M, Brinkhof MWG, and the SwiSCI Study Group and the Swiss National Cohort: Comparison of all-cause and cause-specific mortality of persons with traumatic spinal cord injuries to the general Swiss population: Results from a national cohort study. Neuroepidemiology 2019;52:205–213, DOI: 10.1159/000496976.
Chamberlain JD, Gmunder HP, Hug K, Jordan X, Moser A, Schubert M, Brinkhof MWG. Differential survival after traumatic spinal cord injury: evidence from a multi-center longitudinal cohort study in Switzerland. Spinal cord. Jun 12 2018.
A main goal of SwiSCI is to establish a reliable epidemiological database for SCI that may inform Swiss social and health policy regarding measures to prevent SCI as well as to anticipate likely increases in the future demand on resources for external support and specialized care.
To that purpose the study aims to provide reliable estimates of key epidemiological indicators related to mortality, morbidity and functioning for SCI and the demographic, geographic and other variation in relation to the health system in these statistics.