The National Bariatric Surgery Register is a comprehensive, prospective, nationwide analysis of outcomes from bariatric surgery in the United Kingdom and Ireland. It contains pooled national outcome data for bariatric and metabolic surgery in the United Kingdom.
The NBSR committee on behalf of all NHS England bariatric surgery provider hospitals published the Clinical Outcomes Publication for 2014/15 in March 2016 and took a data cut in August for the 2015/16 round. The acronym COP now uses the word ‘Clinical’ instead of ‘Consultant’.
Developments for the NBSR include Version 2 which we hope to have going live early in 2017. This will involve an updated data set – adding patient identifiers (NHS numbers), HbA1c and EQ5D quality of life measurements – that will help with making outcomes more patient centred (which also fits with the HQIP mandate). We hope to get funding to develop this so that the NBSR can work even more positively for the image of bariatric surgery
An extract from the NBSR Report can be viewed here
Copies may be purchased online from Dendrite’s e-bookshop: www.e-dendrite.com/publishing/reports
The NBSR continues to accumulate data from UK bariatric surgical operations in both NHS and private hospitals. Visit the NBSR site here – NBSR.co.uk
NBSR / e-dendrite log-in: http://hostn3.e-dendrite.com/csp/bariatric/FrontPages/nbsrfront.csp
Policy for managing non-contribution of patient data: NBSR Policy for Managing Non-Contribution of Patient Data
Members of the NBSR Data Committee: Mr Richard Welbourn (Chairman), Mr Simon Dexter, Mr Peter Small, Mr Peter Sedman, Mr Ian Finlay, Mr Marcus Reddy, Mr Peter Walton, Mr Shaw Somers