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 4.1; 4.3 :

What do IBD nurses do?

P. Geens

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


Topic 4.2 :

Childhood onset PSC: A distinct IBD phenotype?

P. van Rheenen

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


Topic 4.2 :

Monogenic very early onset IBD Case-based discussion

N. Shah

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


Topic 4.2; 4.3 :

Nutritional assessment in IBD Surgery in IBD

K. Gerasimidis

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


Topic 4.3 :

NO001: Cognitive behavioural therapy for the management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease-fatigue: A pilot randomised controlled trial

M. Artom

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


Topic 4.3 :

NO003: Increasing research capacity of IBD nurses across Europe a case study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Fatigue (IBD-F) scale translation and validation

W. Czuber-Dochan

ECCO'18 Vienna

Webcast + PPT
 


Topic 4.3 :

Save the patient Medical treatments

P. Hindryckx

ECCO'18 Vienna

Webcast + PPT
 


Topic 4.3 :

Surgery for perianal and fistulizing CD: when and how?

P. Kotze

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


Topic 4.6 :

Is translation the way to treatment personalisation?

Y. Chowers

ECCO'18 Vienna

Webcast + PPT
 


Topic 4.1 :

Closing remarks, N-ECCO in 2018 and beyond

P. Bager

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


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