Huge congratulations to IBD clinical teams across the country – we have surpassed the 60,000 patient record mark.
At time of writing we hold 63,181 records. 62 IBD teams submitted for this last quarter, 24% more than the same period last year.
Figure: number of records held and IBD teams which have ever participated at time of writing.
This quarter’s submissions also mean that, at time of writing, the number of IBD teams which have submitted to the Registry ever now stands at a record 92 – thanks and congratulations to all these IBD teams. The five IBD teams submitting the highest numbers of patient records this quarter were:
- Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
- Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
- Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Finally, on patient records, we should offer a warm welcome to our newest participating IBD team – Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London; thank you for joining; it’s great to have you on board!
For further information please contact the IBD Registry on 020 3393 3969 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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