BSG & RCP collaborate on IBD Audit

The IBD Audit programme based at the Royal College of Physicians, the IBD Registry and the British Society of Gastroenterology are currently working together to plan a long term strategy to embed the delivery of audit and quality improvement into the IBD Registry. More detail will follow in the autumn.

In the meantime the biological therapies audit continues to collect data which will be reported on in 2016; this audit remains on the quality accounts list.

For further information please contact ibd.audit@rcplondon.ac.uk

To find out more about joining the Registry click here or email simone.cort@ibdregistry.org.uk

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