Update on the COVID-19 UK IBD Tool for patients

Apr 3, 2020

Over 32,000 people in the UK with IBD have self-assessed their risk since launch on the 1 April 2020.  Between them, they have identified the 175 hospitals (Trusts and Health Boards) that provide them with care, and the data has been shared back to their doctors which in turn supports them with up-to-date data in caring for their IBD patients in this difficult time.

You can also visit Crohn’s & Colitis UK for further information and support on coronavirus questions.

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