History

Scandinavian Surgical Outcomes Research Group (SSORG) started in 2008 as a network of colorectal surgeons with academic interest from six Swedish and four Danish hospitals.

Aim

The aim of the group is to scientifically evaluate surgical treatments and perform clinical research with an emphasis on large multicenter trials. We evaluate the safety and efficacy of treatments and with all the participating hospitals as a base for recruitment of patients we aim at a fast inclusion rate. Most of our trials include health related QoL as well as health economic end-points. 

Current projects

Diverticulitis – laparoscopic lavage vs resection (Hartman procedure) for acute diverticulitis with peritonitis (DILALA)

Robotic surgery for prostate cancer, laparoscopic prostatectomy robot or open (LAPPRO)

Early versus late reversal of loop ileostomy after rectal resection for cancer (EASY)

Quality of life in rectal cancer patients (QoLiRECT)

Physical activity in relation to surgical operations (PHYSSURG)

Abdomino Perineal Extralevator Resection (APER)

The Stoma-const trial: A Stoma Construction study

Quality of life and health in a sample of the Swedish general population

Role and mechanisms of obesity surgery- physical activity and other predictors of hospital stay, recovery and complications after obesity surgery (RAMOSPHYSSURG)


Proposals for other projects would be appreciated by the group. On behalf of the group

Best Wishes

Professor Eva Haglind, Göteborg

Professor Jacob Rosenberg, Herlev