ECCO e-Guide

MASTER ECCO e-Guide• Bringing activity to ECCO Guidelines
• Integrated with Consensus Statements of UC and CD
• Algorithmic maps encompassing ECCO Guidelines
• Disease calculators
• A new feature of the e-CCO Learning platform
• Desktop computer and tables compatible
• Open access


The ECCO e-Guide is an expanding collection of algorithms based on the published ECCO guidelines and is managed by the Guidelines Commitee (GuiCom). The content is based on the most recent published ECCO guidelines (currently 2014 except where specified) and has been ratified by ECCO. The content will be updated in conjunction with publication of new ECCO statements and new guidelines and guideline updates.

ECCO e-Guide Taskforce

2012 – ongoing:

2013 – 2015:


2015 – ongoing:
Marcus Harbord (GuiCom)

Gerassimos Mantzaris (former EduCom)
Tiago Nuñes (Y-ECCO)

Gionata Fiorino (GuiCom)
Konstantinos Katsanos (EduCom)
Christian Maaser (GuiCom)
Stephan Vavricka (Former EduCom/GuiCom)
Andreas Sturm (GuiCom)
Antonio López-Sanromán (EduCom)
James Lindsay (Former EduCom/e-Learning Ambassador)
Nuha Yassin (Y-ECCO)

The section on Crohns’ Disease: was developed during 2013/4 on behalf of ECCO (the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation) by Marcus Harbord, with assistance from Ailsa Hart, Siew Ng, and Makis Mantzaris; Y-ECCO members Tiago Nunes, Monica Cesarini, Joana Torres, Elisabeth Schnoy and Hannah Gordon.
The members of ECCO’s GuiCom, EduCom and GB supported the project with review feedback: Abraham Eliakim, Vito Annese, Franck Carbonnel, Fernando Magro, Paolo Gionchetti, Andreas Sturm, James Lindsay, Torsten Kucharzik, Sandro Ardizzone, Stephan Vavricka, Peter Irving, André D’Hoore, Janneke van der Woude, Axel Dignass, Séverine Vermeire, Simon Travis

The section on Ulcerative Colitis: was developed during 2014/5 on behalf of ECCO GuiCom by Marcus Harbord, with assistance from Makis Mantzaris, Gionata Fiorino, Christian Maaser, Paolo Gionchetti and Andreas Sturm; Y-ECCO members Tiago Nunes, Monica Cesarini, Joana Torres, Elisabeth Schnoy and Hannah Gordon.

Supported by and educational grant of Software License by Sociable Data.