The Development of a New Diagnostic Pathway to Detect Chronic Liver Disease across Primary and Secondary Care
The 'BSG Service Delivery Prize 2019' winning submission was from Dr Jane Chalmers and colleagues on behalf of the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre for the development of a new diagnostic pathway to detect chronic liver disease across primary and secondary care.
The position statements have all been written by the named authors and revised by the BIFA committee and BAPEN council.
Applications are welcomed with a predominant medical, nursing or AHP focus, in adult or paediatric settings.
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The briefing also includes information on the citrate content of biosimilars, feedback from patients and clinicians on the patient experience, and reference pricing.
Computer says yes! - Intelligent Liver Function Testing: how an automated system can aid in diagnosis and staging of liver disease in primary care
This service success story has received innovation awards from the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Pathologists.