15.  Paediatric to Adult Transition

To understand the issues facing adolescents with IBD and the handover of care to adult gastroenterologists


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15.1.  Appreciates the differences in approach between paediatric and adult IBD management

15.2.  Knows the importance of maintaining adequate growth

15.3.  Knows the importance of minimising the adverse of effects of IBD on education

15.4.  Has awareness of the particular issues concerning IBD in adolescents and appreciates the practical problems in transition to adult care

15.5.  Is aware of the different models of paediatric to adult transition in IBD


        
 
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Topic 15 : Educational update

When does a child with IBD become an adult?

A Hart

ECCO 2015 Barcelona Congress

Webcast
 


Topic 15 : Educational update

Paediatric and adolescent IBD

P Borralho

ECCO 2016 Amsterdam Congress

Webcast
 


Topic 15 : Educational update

Transnational Care in IBD - October 2017

J Sieczkowska-Golub , K Carlsen, P van Rheenen

e-Course
 


Topic 15 : ECCO Guidelines

Management of Pediatric Ulcerative Colitis: Joint ECCO and ESPGHAN Evidence-based Consensus Guidelines


ECCO Guidelines
 


Topic 15.1 : State of the art

Should clinical trials in children be different?

D Turner

ECCO 2016 Amsterdam Congress

Webcast
 


Topic 15.1 : State of the art

The child with IBD: Should anti-TNF be used as a mono-therapy in children (safety risk)? Who should (be allowed to) operate on the children in IBD?

D Turner

ECCO 2017 Barcelona Congress

Webcast + PPT
 


Topic 15.2 : State of the art

Very early onset IBD – from research to bedside

H Uhlig

ECCO 2016 Amsterdam Congress

Webcast
 


Topic 15 : Educational update

Transition of Paediatric Patients with IBD to Adult Care

James Lindsay

Podcast
 


Topic 15 : 

ESPGHAN-ECCO Guidelines: Update on Paediatric UC Treatment

D. Turner

ECCO'18 Vienna

Webcast + PPT
 


Topic 15.1 : 

Abstract 2: Gene expression profiles in inflamed colonic biopsies from newly diagnosed Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis patients differ depending on the age at diagnosis

S. Verstockt

ECCO'18 Vienna

PPT
 


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