IBD organisational audit

The UK IBD audit aims to improve the quality and safety of care for all IBD patients (both adult and paediatric) in UK hospitals by auditing patient care, IBD service resources, and reporting on inpatient experience. These reports are intended for anyone who is interested in IBD.

It provides a comprehensive picture of current provision of IBD services across the UK, and can be used by policymakers, commissioners and hospital teams providing IBD care to assess the quality of their IBD service and plan improvements.

What we have produced

This report examines the quality of adult IBD services throughout the UK. Participating services were asked to report the status of their own service as at 31 December 2013.

This is the third paediatric IBD service provision report published from the UK IBD audit. It publishes national‐ and hospital‐level findings on the quality of IBD services throughout the UK.

This 2011 report constitutes the third round of the national audit of the organisation of adult IBD services.

This 2011 report constitutes the second round of the national audit of the organisation of paediatric IBD services.

The second round IBD organisational report contains detailed information about the organisation and structure of adult IBD services in the UK.

The full report contains detailed information about the organisation and structure of paediatric IBD services in the UK.

The UK Inflammatory Bowel Disease Audit 1st Round in 2006 was the first UK-wide audit performed within gastroenterology.

This element of the audit programme has a new and improved data set based on the IBD national service standards (updated 2013) and is being delivered using the successfully established IBDQIP methodology.