UK HCC Surveillance Survey
A survey of HCC surveillance in the UK was last conducted in 2014, which highlighted some weaknesses in service provision nationally. We are updating the responses to assess if things have changed, and extending the survey to include additional questions on surveillance imaging and secondary surveillance. We have worked with the HCC UK Committee in developing this survey, and the project is supported by BASL. We anticipate that this will generate a valuable contemporary overview of UK HCC surveillance service delivery, and stimulate discussion and innovation.

Section 1 is about your institution. Sections 2 and 3 are about primary HCC surveillance (surveillance in patients who have not previously had a diagnosis of HCC). Section 4 is about secondary HCC surveillance (follow-up of patients under who have had an HCC treated with curative intent).

This time we are seeking service level responses (one response per organisation or service) and will ensure the respondent from each institution is acknowledged in the report. We expect the survey will only take 10-15 minutes to complete, although some of the questions might require input from other clinical colleagues e.g. section 3 is about imaging and may require input from a radiologist.

We are very grateful for your time.

Dr Aloysious Aravinthan, Consultant Hepatologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Dr James Franklin, Consultant Radiologist, University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Christopher Clarke, Consultant Radiologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Professor Steve Ryder, Consultant Hepatologist, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Professor Shahid Khan, Professor of Practice (Hepatology), Imperial College London
We would like to acknowledge the lead contributor from each organisation in the report of this survey. Please provide your name and a contact email so we can contact you. *
What is the name of your institution? *
How many Consultant Gastroenterologists/Hepatologists are involved in managing patients with chronic liver disease at your institution?
Do you have a lead consultant for Hepatology in your institution?
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How many liver nurse specialists are involved in managing patients with chronic liver disease in your institution?
Do you have a lead specialist nurse for Hepatology in your institution?
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Does your hospital have a comprehensive liver database for patients with chronic liver disease attending your hospital?
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Does your institution have IQILS accreditation?
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Is your institution a liver transplant centre?
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