Clinical News

NICE: Medical Technologies Advisory Committee

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 09:24

NICE are looking for members to join the Medical Technologies Advisory Committee.

Closing date: 5pm, Thursday 26 October 2017.
Time commitment: 3 years

NICE are looking for:

the following specific roles:

  • a HTA or health service researcher
  • a secondary care clinician, particularly those with an interest in innovative technologies
  • a diagnostics specialist
  • a senior manager.

Any questions? Contact Pratixa Patel at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

IBD Registry News: October 2017

Monday, 02 October 2017 14:04

The latest news from the IBD Registry can be found at the further information link below. Updates include:

  • Patient Consent Update
  • Data & Reporting
  • Resources
  • Opportunities

IBD Registry News: September 2017

Thursday, 31 August 2017 12:08

The latest news from the IBD Registry can be found at the further information link below.

  • Drug Dictionary Medication Update
  • Registry Participation
  • Quarterly Data Submission and Reports
  • IBD Registry announces Field Support Programme
  • Caldicott Guardian Opportunity
  • IBD Nurse & SpR Programmes

GI and Liver Transformation and Sustainability Network

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 13:47

The Gl and Liver Transformation and Sustainability Network will be launched in the North West and the Midlands in November. The network aims to support STPs and local stakeholders from all parts of the health and care system with an interest in gastrointestinal and liver conditions to embrace a Quality Improvement led approach to improving patient outcomes and experience within available budgets. This follows the continued success of the Regional Transformation and Sustainability Network meetings already established in Mental Health, Diabetes and Rheumatology.

Developed by the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) and Wilmington Healthcare, the network will bring together like minded people from across healthcare, local authorities, the third sector and other relevant stakeholders to demonstrate how the expertise within the BSG can support the transformation and sustainability of services for people with GI and liver problems. The meeting will provide a platform to showcase good practice, foster focused local discussion and closer collaboration between all parties who can make a difference through integrated planning and care delivery.

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