UK IBD Audit 3 rd Round. Comparison of (Your Site Name) results against the National Results for the Organisation of Paediatric IBD Services in the UK. The Organisational Audit Dataset was agreed by the UK IBD Audit Steering Group in line with the IBD Standards launched in February 2009.
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(Your Site Name) results against the National Results for the Organisation of
Paediatric IBD Services in the UK
Name of presenter
The IBD Standards Working Group recommended that IBD Services should be expected to meet the standards by September 2010 which is why sites were asked to complete the dataset in relation to their paediatric IBD Service “as at” that date.
Standard A – High Quality Clinical CareHigh quality, safe and integrated clinical care for IBD patients, based on multi‐disciplinary team working and effective collaboration across NHS organisational structures and boundaries.
Standard A1 – The IBD Team
There has been a significant increase in the median number of WTE paediatric gastroenterology/IBD nurse specialists at each site rising from 1 WTE in 2008 to 1.5 WTE in 2010. p value 0.017
Standard A1 – The IBD Team
Standard A2 – Essential Support Services
% Sites with defined access to the following personnel with an interest in IBD
Standard A3 – Multidisciplinary Team Working
Standard A4 – Referral of Suspected IBD Patients
Standard A5 – Access to nutritional support and therapy
Standard A6 - Arrangements for the use of immunosuppressive and biological therapies
Standard A7 – Surgery for IBD
Standard A8 – Inpatient Facilities
Standard A9 – Access to Diagnostic Services
Standard A10 – Inpatient Care
Standard A11 – Outpatient Care
Standard A12 – Arrangements for the Care of Children & Young People who have IBD
Standard B – Local delivery of careCare for IBD patients that is delivered as locally as possible, but with rapid access to more specialised services when needed.
Standard B1 – Arrangements for Shared Care
Standard C – Maintaining a patient‐centred serviceCare for IBD patients that is patient‐centred, responsive to individual needs and offers choice of clinical care and management where possible and appropriate.
Standard C2 – Rapid access to specialist advice
Standard C5 – Involvement of patients in service improvement
Standard D – Patient education and supportCare for IBD patients that assists patients and their families in understanding Inflammatory Bowel Disease and how it is managed and that supports them in achieving the best quality of life possible within the constraints of the illness.
Standard D1 – Provision of Information
Standard E – Information technology and auditAn IBD Service that uses IT effectively to support patient care and to optimise clinical management through data collection and audit.
Standard E1 – Register of patients under the care of the paediatric IBD Service & Standard E2 – Developing an IBD Database
Standard E3 – Participation in audit
Standard F – Evidence‐based practice and researchA service that is knowledge‐based and actively supports service improvement and clinical research
Standard F1 – Training and Education & Standard F2 – Research
Standard F3 – Service Development