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The Wellcome-MORU supported CRIT Care Asia (CCA) platform enables International Severe Acute Respiratory and emerging Infections Consortium (ISARIC) and WHO compliant real-time reporting of severe acute respiratory infections (SARI) critical care admissions from 11 South Asia and sub-Saharan African countries. CCA COVID -19 data is contributing to local, national and international research, and supporting service delivery. CCA is a collaborator of LOGIC, an international quality improvement consortium of ICU registries spanning four continents.

The Wellcome-MORU supported CRIT Care Asia (CCA) platform enables International Severe Acute Respiratory and emerging Infections Consortium (ISARIC) and WHO compliant real-time reporting of severe acute respiratory infections (SARI) from 11 countries in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. CCA COVID-19 data is contributing to local, national and international research, and supporting service delivery. CCA is a collaborator of  LOGIC, an international quality improvement consortium of ICU registries spanning four continents. You can view aggregated LOGIC data here. The CCA network is now being recruited to international multi-centre clinical trials on COVID-19 management, leveraging the CCA platform.

Healthcare facilities not currently part of an existing registry network can use the standalone CCA mobile and desktop app. Able to capture SARI case reports in a systematic and internationally comparable manner with rapid on-boarding for healthcare organisations with minimal IT infrastructure, the standalone CCA app enables institutions to retain ownership of data and use it for local service evaluation.

Further information and for site recruitment please contact Issrah Jawad, issrah@nicslk.com, or Abi Beane, abi@tropmedres.ac

Find out more about our Critical Illness research focus.