Janette Gaarenstroom and Palle Bager
Welcome to you the interactive case - Anaemia in Crohn's Disease: From the nurse's perspective
This sub-course is adapted from the course "Anaemia in Crohn's Disease”, which was developed for gastroenterologists, surgeons, paediatricians, pathologists and other interdisciplinary medical experts interested in Inflammatory Bowel Disease(s) (IBD). This course has been developed for all nurses who care for patients with IBD. For more advanced knowledge, please follow the main e-learning case, "Anaemia in Crohn's Disease”.
The aim of this e-learning activity is to increase competence and knowledge with regard to the management and care of patients with Crohn's Disease and anaemia in order to improve patient outcomes.
Duration: The estimated duration of the course is approximately 30 minutes.
Login to access this course: If you are not yet logged in, please log on with the username and password you were given upon membership registration (same as on the ECCO Website) to fully access this e-Course.
ECCO Members can take this course: In case you are not an ECCO Member or have not yet paid the annual member fee, please become an ECCO Member / renew your Membership.
Upon completion of this activity learners will:
- Have basic knowledge about anaemia in Crohn's Disease patients
- Have basic knowledge about the symptoms and treatment of anaemia in Crohn's Disease patients
Welcome to this Interactive Case on Ultrasound and IBD
- You will be asked a series of questions throughout this short case
- Both correct and incorrect answers will have short feedback as to why the answer was right or wrong as well as links to references, and presentations and podcasts which are found in the e-Library
- You are allowed as many attempts as it takes to get a correct answer before moving on to the next question
- If you wish to skip a question and come back later, there is a quiz navigation in the upper right corner (numbers stand for question numbers, "i" stands for information page, which is usually a "case continued" page)
Duration of the course
- The estimated duration of the course is approximately 30 minutes
- Upon successful completion of the training, you will be directed to a final test
Good luck, and enjoy!
Janette Gaarenstroom: Received personal fees from AbbVie and Takeda
Palle Bager: Received grants from AbbVie and Takeda
Organisation: European Crohn's and Colitis Organisation - ECCO