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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The IBD Registry is starting on its next phase of growth, and we have 2 positions to fill to help us grow. We currently work with about 70 UK hospitals, the NHS, Universities, healthtech companies, a number of pharmaceutical companies and our group of specialist...read more
We will be closed over the key Xmas and New Year dates (Mon 24th, Tues 25th and Wed 26th December; then Monday 31st December and Tuesday 1st January 2019). For those catching up on data capture in the Xmas quiet period, we are running an essential support service on...read more
Continuing its mission to improve the care that people with IBD receive, the Royal College of Physicians is offering IBD teams an opportunity to participate in a new quality improvement collaborative, consisting of three 1-day learning sessions and supported action...read more
Following the establishment of IBD Registry Limited as an independent not-for-profit company, we have moved offices to: The IBD Registry The Ebbisham Centre 6-7 Derby Square EPSOM KT19 8AG Telephone (unchanged): 020 393 3969 Contact (unchanged):...read more
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