On June 25, 2015 over 120 delegates at the IBD in the UK symposium at DDF heard the inspiring vision of how services can be improved to better serve the needs of people with IBD, and the innovative ways in which technology can be employed to support people, and data used to drive continuous improvement. Speakers from the clinical and patient community gave real insight on how collaboration can improve services and patient care in IBD. You can see the videos here and the powerpoint presentations here.
The IBD Registry Academic Poster illustrating how the registry can deliver tangible local benefits and positive impact nationally can be viewed here.
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If you’re coming to the BSG Annual Meeting in Liverpool next week, do come and say hello to us – we’re at stand B58 in the exhibition.read more
As we’re sure you know, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25th May.
This newsletter is to let you know what’s changed at the IBD Registry to be compliant with the new regulations.read more
I have been on board as the CEO of the IBD Registry for just two weeks now, but it has only taken that short time to get a real sense of the goodwill that people have for the Registry, as well as the dedication of the clinical teams in entering data, and the hopes and...read more
The IBD Registry Board is delighted to announce the appointment of Liz Dobson as the first Chief Executive Officer of IBD Registry Ltd from 16th April 2018.read more
The British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG), The Royal College of Physicians (RCP), and Crohn’s and Colitis UK, have joined forces to launch IBD Registry Ltd.read more