EAGLE: ESCP sAfe-anastomosis proGramme in colorectaL surgEry

An international, cluster randomised-sequence study of a ‘Safe-anastomosis’ Quality Improvement Intervention to reduce anastomotic leak following right colectomy and ileocaecal resection. The aim of EAGLE is to assess whether implementation of the European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP) Safeanastomosis Intervention reduces risk of anastomotic leak up to 30-days following right colectomy.

We are recruiting hospital sites to participate in the study. Any hospital or surgical unit performing elective and/or emergency colorectal surgery (right colectomy or ileocaecal resection for any indication) are eligible.

Project Information

Institution:

University of Birmingham

Specialities:

Gastroenterology

Other (specify below)

Oncology

End date:

Can this be done remotely?

Yes

Suitability:

Junior, Senior

Parts of research done:

Research proposal, Ethics approval

Positions Available:

Site Investigators

Current Funding:

European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP)

Prospective researchers receive:

Co-authorship

Website

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@EagleEscp

Project owner

James Keatley

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