Summer 2019 newsletter to clinical teams 2019

Registry news for IBD teams – Summer 2019

Including:

  • News
  • Zessly safety study opens for interest
  • Webtool upgrade – down time 17th July
  • BSG 2019 Glasgow – IBD Data and Quality
  • Survey: why do you participate in the IBD Registry?
  • IBD audit requirements Quality Accounts 2019-20
  • WebTool Wizards
  • Supporting studies
  • New IBD Standards in focus
  • IBD Consensus Guidelines
  • Support packs coming…
  • Registry poster— audit of biological therapies in IBD unveiled
  • Patient consent congrats to IBD teams
  • PMS User Group—update

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Latest News

2020: end of a long, strange year

Taking a much-needed few days rest at the end of a year that I think most of us didn't see coming. Carefully laid annual plans went out of the window in March to be replaced by COVID-19 reactive planning. That included the COVID-19 IBD Risk Tool, our sleeper surprise...

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Going purple for IBD Awareness Week 2020

1-7 December 2020 was IBD/Crohn's & Colitis Awareness Week. As the IBD Registry, we work closely with Crohn's & Colitis UK in support of people with all forms of inflammatory bowel disease.  We've taken the great work that Crohn's & Colitis do, and...

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National Lockdown starts (England) on 05 November 2020

The government have announced a national lockdown for England, starting on Thursday 5th November 2020, which includes specific guidance for clinically vulnerable people in England.   There are different rules for the four nations: the new national restrictions for...

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Looking for a Digital Communications Officer

We have a big story to tell everyone, and we are looking for a Digital Communications Officer to help support our upcoming campaign to do just that.   If you know someone who is digitally tech-savvy, skilled at campaign messaging, and can engage audiences with...

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72,331 records – thank you wonderful IBD teams

We are delighted to report that the Registry now holds a total of 72,331 records, following a marvellous submission effort from teams in July with an increase of 4,461 from 57 clinical teams this quarter. A warm welcome aboard to James Paget University Hospital, West...

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