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Shahrekord Cohort Study

The Shahrekord Cohort Study was funded by Iran's Ministry of Health and Medical Education (number 700/120), to develop cohort studies across Iran, and financially and non financially supported by the SKUMS (number 2763).

 SCS is  joint to Iran Cohort Consortium (ICC)

Prospective cohort studies are considered ideal choices to study multiple outcomes and risk factors for Non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Our aim is to analyze risk factors, incidence rates, prevalence, trends, and the models of environmental and genetic determinants of NCDs and their outcomes as well as interaction among such determinants.

Shahrekord cohort study (SCS) that is a population-based prospective, study on a cohort consisting of people aged 35-70 years started in November 2015 in Iran.

The sample size of the original cohort is at least 10075 people. Annual follow-ups (200000 person-year) of the cohort were designed to be conducted up to 2036.

 

Table 1- Distribution of gender participants in Shahrekord Cohort Study

Total

men

women

Place

Ariea

746

361

385

17Shahrivar

Urban

266

141

125

Hafez

640

326

314

Daneshsara

826

399

427

Sadi

1109

554

555

Shariati

372

190

182

Farabi

339

168

171

Kashani

1398

712

686

Moalem

925

461

464

Molavi

413

203

210

Varzesh

313

111

202

Dehkoneh

Rural

571

197

374

Rostamabad

664

276

388

Sarchah

601

254

347

Sarmovr

225

105

120

Azizabad

188

74

114

Gerdehpineh

479

222

257

Lirabi

7034

3515

3519

Urban

Total

3041

1239

1802

Rural

10075

4754

5321

Total

 Table: 2- Distribution of participants' age, sex and residence in Shahrekord Cohort Study

Age group

Total cohort

Urban cohort

Rural cohort

Women

Men

Total (%)

Women

Men

Total (%)

women

men

Total (%)

35-39

963

788

1751(17.3)

683

570

1253(17.8)

280

218

498(16.4)

40-44

935

776

1711(17.0)

638

591

1229(17.5)

297

185

482(15.9)

45-49

1003

834

1837(18.2)

663

625

1288(18.3)

340

209

549(18.0)

50-54

862

699

1561(15.5)

566

522

1088(15.5)

296

177

473(15.6)

55-59

729

706

1435(14.2)

488

515

1003(14.2)

241

191

432(14.2)

60-64

489

543

1032(10.2)

297

384

681(9.7)

192

159

351(11.5)

65-70

340

408

748(7.4)

184

308

492(7.0)

156

100

256(8.4)

total

5321

4754

10075(100.0)

3519

3515

7034(100.0)

1802

1239

3041(100.0)


 Exposures (a detailed demographic, socioeconomic, general health, quality of life, physical activity, anthropometric indexes, stress, health literacy, social capital, nutrition and eating habits, lifestyle, occupational history, living place, blindness, deafness, electrocardiography, lung capacities, blood pressure, sleep, smoking and alcohol, contact to animals, physical examinations and medical history, dental health, used drugs and supplements, glucose and lipid profiles) were measured by relevant standard methods and questionnaires.

Incidence of common NCDs (cardiovascular diseases, cancer, gastrointestinal, respiratory, renal, hepatic, accidents, injury and neurological diseases), trend of risk factors, hospitalization, disability, and death were considered the outcomes of the cohort.

The definition of disease was determined based on the International Classification of Diseases 10th version (ICD-10).

Routine hematologic and biochemical tests were conducted and an all-inclusive biobank (blood, hair, nail, and urine specimens) of the cohort was stored for future studies.

All steps of data collection and examinations are directly monitored by the quality control team.

The SCS is a unique study conducted in southwest of Iran that is a notable work given the climate conditions and ethnicity population (especially in Bakhtiari) of this region.

By providing high quality the protocol and introduce it, the SCS can serve as a solid foundation for management and researchers in southwest of Iran. The SCS provides prerequisites for collaboration and regional, national, and international studies on NCDs. Data are available at the Modeling in Health Research Center, Shahrekord University of Medical Sciences, Shahrekord, Iran, for any collaboration.

The study that is ongoing. The general information is available from: http://cohort.skums.ac.ir.

All researchers across Iran and the world can have free access to the findings of this study, and necessary processes are available at the Cohort website to reproduce the research project, participate in collaborative research projects, and use the data.

After enrolment, under conditions of collaboration and endowment, Access to the data is available for interest researchers from corresponding cohort (aliahmadi2007@gmail.com) or from http://persiancohort.com/access

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