4. IBD Multidisciplinary Team (MDT)

To understand the importance of the MDT in decision making, and how to use it to maximise the quality of patient care


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4.1.  Understands the importance of multidisciplinary decision making including when radiological, histopathological and surgical opinions should be sought

4.2.  Understands the importance of involving other specialities in the care of IBD

4.3.  Recognises the importance of other healthcare professionals in providing high quality care including nurses, dieticians, stoma therapists, psychologists, and pharmacists


        
 
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Topic 4.2 : State of the art

IBD Drugs in Pregnancy - Current Controversies

J van der Woude, S Kanis

Talking Heads
 


Topic 4.2 : Educational update

Extra-intestinal Manifestations - November 2016

J Burisch, A de Vries, P Papay, T Raine, S Vavricka

e-Course
 


Topic 4.3 : State of the art

How to communicate risks of disease or treatment with a patient?

P Irving, M Harbord

Talking Heads
 


Topic 4.3 : State of the art

The central role of the IBD nurse in the multidisciplinary management

M O'Connor

ECCO 2015 Barcelona Congress

Webcast
 


Topic 4.3 : State of the art

Care or action plans for patients

J Andrews, K Kemp

ECCO 2016 Amsterdam Congress

Webcast
 


Topic 4.3 : State of the art

Nursing Perspectives: Stoma & Pouch: Part I

K Kemp, K Greveson

Talking Heads
 


Topic 4.3 : State of the art

Nursing Perspectives: Stoma & Pouch: Part II

K Kemp, K Greveson

Talking Heads
 


Topic 4.3 : State of the art

The use of dietary therapy in IBD

R Sigall-Boneh, R Russell, M Lomer

Talking Heads
 


Topic 4 :

Demonstrating the value of the IBD nurse

I. Mason

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


Topic 4 :

Dietary supplements in IBD

R. Sigall-Boneh

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


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