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IBD STANDARDS

IBD Standards document

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SUPPORTING
ORGANISATIONS

• British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

• British Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology

• CICRA - Crohn's in Childhood Research Association

• IA - the ileostomy and internal pouch Support Group

• Royal College of GPs

• Royal College of Pathologists

 

            Flashng newIBD Standards Group Submission to NICE - Quality Standard for IBD - Read about it here

 
  STANDARD A
  High Quality Clinical Care
  High quality, safe and integrated clinical care for IBD patients based on multidisciplinary team working and effective collaboration across NHS organisational structures and boundaries.
Read Standard A
 
  STANDARD D
  Patient Education and Support
  IBD care should empower patients to understand their condition and its management. This will allow them to achieve the best quality of life possible within the constraints of their Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Read Standard D
 
 
 
  STANDARD B
  Local Delivery of Care
  Care for IBD patients delivered as locally as possible, but with rapid access to more specialised services when needed.
Read Standard B
 
  STANDARD E
  Data, Information Technology and Audit
  An IBD service that uses data, IT and audit to support patient care effectively and to optimise clinical management.
Read Standard E
 
 
 
  STANDARD C
  Maintaining a Patient-Centred Service
  Patient-centred care should be responsive to individual needs and offer a choice of care strategies where possible and appropriate.
Read Standard C
 
  STANDARD F
  Evidence-Based Practice and Research
  A service that is knowledge-based and actively supports service improvement and clinical research.
Read Standard F
 
 
 
Crohn's and Colitis UK British Society of Gastroenterology
British Dietetic Association Gastroenterology Specialist Group Primary Care Society for Gastroenterology
Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland
British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
Royal College of Nursing Gastrointestinal Nursing Forum
Royal College of Physicians
Royal Pharmaceutical Society
UK Clinical Pharmacy Association Gastroenterology Interest Group

 

 

 

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