The IQILS scheme is supported by a number of stakeholders who have been involved since the accreditation scheme was in its pilot phase.
British Association for the Study of the Liver (BASL)
The British Association for the Study of the Liver is the National Association for hepatology. BASL is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of the biology and pathology of the liver for the optimal care of patients. BASL is composed of interested individuals from clinical medicine, clinical and basic research and allied professions.
British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG)
The British Society of Gastroenterology is an organisation focused on the promotion of gastroenterology within the United Kingdom. It has over three thousand members drawn from the ranks of physicians, surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, scientists, nurses, dietitians, and others interested in the field.
British Liver Trust (BLT)
The British Liver Trust is the leading UK charity for adults with all types of liver disease. We are determined to achieve real change in liver health. We campaign for best possible and more equitable services for people with liver disease. This includes representing patients on Government committees, to NICE and on different stakeholder groups so that their voice is heard and acted upon.
We believe high quality information about PSC should be freely available and accessible to all, and you will not be charged for joining our community and using our services. We advocate for PSC patients and are involved in developing the UK’s own PSC guidelines for clinical care, as well as having a key involvement in the development of UK liver transplant policy.
Children’s Liver Disease Foundation
CLDF’s mission is to be the voice for babies, children, young people and their families and adults diagnosed in childhood ensuring that childhood liver diseases are understood, prevented and outcomes optimised through excellent research, effective information and emotional support.