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Liver services in Wales join RCP-led accreditation scheme
All six health boards in Wales with an acute medical intake are now registered with the Improving Quality in Liver Services (IQILS) project, the UK national accreditation scheme for liver services.
25 September 2018
RCP launches IQILS accreditation scheme
Improving Quality in Liver Services (IQILS) supports liver services in the UK to work towards accreditation, promoting enhanced care for patients.
10 October 2017
RCP launches new liver accreditation scheme
The RCP has officially launched its new exemplar liver accreditation programme, Improving Quality in Liver Services (IQILS).
31 May 2017
Clinical lead appointed for new RCP liver accreditation service
Dr James Ferguson, consultant hepatologist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, has been appointed as clinical lead at the RCP's Improving Quality in Liver Services accreditation scheme.
18 May 2017
RCP Health Informatics Unit leads new consultation on digital health records for children
The RCP's Health Informatics Unit is currently hosting a consultation to seek views from parents and carers, health and care professionals and industry on the content of a new set of standards for a digital health records for children.
3 May 2017