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ECCO General Assembly
ECCO Governing Board
ECCO Strategic Council
ECCO Operational Board
ECCO & IBD
Congresses & Events
Current Congress - Barcelona 2017
11th Congress of ECCO, Amsterdam 2016
10th Congress of ECCO, Barcelona 2015
9th Congress of ECCO, Copenhagen 2014
8th Congress of ECCO, Vienna 2013
7th Congress of ECCO, Barcelona 2012
6th Congress of ECCO, Dublin 2011
ECCO Educational Workshops
ECCO: EduCational COurse for Industry
N-ECCO Network Meeting
N-ECCO Research Forum
S-ECCO IBD Masterclass
SciCom Educational activity
Y-ECCO Basic Science Workshop
H-ECCO IBD Masterclass
School for Clinical Trialists
Fellowships and grants
ECCO CONFER Cases
Published ECCO Guidelines
ECCO Topical Review
ECCO-EFCCA Patient Guidelines
Current JCC eTOC
JCC China 2013
ECCO IBD Mobile App
Press & Awareness
EU Research Projects
FP7 Sadel Project
Horizon 2020 - BIOCYCLE Project
Standards of Care
Toolkits for Therapies in IBD
Gratefully acknowledging the unrestricted educational grant from Shire
Toolkits are meant to serve as a checklist for daily use by clinicians
Can be applied at a local level to improve patient care with IBD
Acts as a framework and explains mechanisms by which auditable standards can be translated into practice
Practice varies not just per country, but according to centers so that the checklist suggests ranges instead of one fixed value
Due to the lack of data for many points of practice, a Consensus procedure (including two online voting rounds) was used to quantify expert opinion
Available as a download in exchange for registering the email address in order to allow a follow-up survey later on
Open to amendment and revision to make them useful in practice in response to feedback from clinicians
This checklist consists of recommendations designed to inform every day practice.
Many recommendations are not supported by controlled trials and practice may differ between countries. The Toolkits for Therapies in IBD Checklist is based on an international Consensus process and relates to ECCO Consensus Guidelines (
). Treatment decisions remain a matter for the individual clinician, their patient and the clinical context: they should not be based exclusively on the content of this Toolkit.
The IBDIM-IBD in Motion Ltd (as Research Unit of the European Crohn´s and Colitis Organisation) and/or any of its staff members and/or any project contributor cannot be held liable for any information published in good faith in the Toolkits for therapies in IBD Checklist.
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