IBD REGISTRY REGIONAL WORKSHOPS

These half-day meetings provided protected time for IBD clinical teams to plan for Registry participation and IBD quality improvement. Six meetings were held across England and Wales in 2016. Teams in Scotland will be invited to a meeting hosted by the DO IT Gastro Collabration in November 2016.

DARLINGTON Tuesday 1st March 2016 Chair: Dr John Mansfield
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BIRMINGHAM Friday 5th February 2016 Chair: Prof Tariq Iqbal
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TAUNTON Friday 22nd January 2016 Chair: Dr Ian Shaw
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CARDIFF Thursday 21st January 2016 Chair: Dr Barney Hawthorne
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LONDON Friday 15th January 2016 Chair: Dr Stuart Bloom
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WARRINGTON Monday 7th December 2015 Chair: Dr Keith Bodger
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The meeting series was funded by Janssen, Shire Pharmaceuticals, Takeda Ltd UK, Tillotts UK Pharma Ltd. Tillotts UK Pharma Ltd  also provided logistics support. None of the companies had any influence over programme content.

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