BASL have produced this survey about liver disease service provision in the UK. We would be extremely grateful if you could complete the short survey (which should take no longer than 10 minutes) using the link below. We would ask that only one response is completed for each hospital to avoid duplication. This is part of a larger project which builds on the Lancet Liver Commission, aiming to develop a better understanding of the needs of patients requiring liver disease services across the whole of the care pathway, from early identification to specialist treatment. The national Hepatobiliary & Pancreas Clinical Reference Group (chaired by Professor Ricard Aspinall) is leading work to bring about the transformation of liver disease services, reducing inequalities in terms of access, uptake and outcomes and the response to this survey will be used as supporting evidence. As Integrated Care Boards take on more responsibility for commissioning local services, the findings from this survey will clarify where there are gaps in service provision and where there are opportunities to strengthen networks to improve population health outcomes.
Although we are asking for your email address, that is purely for administrative purposes. All responses will be confidential and a final report will be produced which will not enable any individual clinicians or hospitals to be identified. The final report will be available on the BASL website but if you would like a copy emailed to you separately, please contact [email protected]. If you have any queries about the survey, please email [email protected] or [email protected].
Thank you for taking the time to respond.

Complete the survey here.