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JACIE update United Kingdom. Overview 60 first-time applications –UK second highest number of applications (19% of all applications to JACIE) 87 inspections.

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1 JACIE update United Kingdom

2 Overview 60 first-time applications –UK second highest number of applications (19% of all applications to JACIE) 87 inspections performed –Highest of all countries –incl. first-time and reaccreditation Highest number of accreditations awarded at least once - 54 –Next country - 30

3 Take-up Applications by centres reporting transplant to survey TotalUK % total qualified*39%74% % qualified auto only15%56% % qualified allo54%94% * Qualified – auto ≥5 tx; allo ≥10 tx Based on 2011 EBMT Activity Survey

4 Also: Saudi Arabia South Africa % 80-89% 70-79% 60-69% 50-59% 40-49% 30-39% 20-29% 10-29% 0-9% Countries colour-coded according to percentage of reporting centres that have applied for accreditation * Survey data provided courtesy of Helen Baldomero, EBMT Activity Survey Take-up of centres reporting transplants to 2011 EBMT Activity Survey

5 Take-up of centres reporting allogeneic transplants to 2011 EBMT Activity Survey Also: Saudi Arabia South Africa % 80-89% 70-79% 60-69% 50-59% 40-49% 30-39% 20-29% 10-29% 0-9% Countries colour-coded according to percentage of reporting centres that have applied for accreditation * Survey data provided courtesy of Helen Baldomero, EBMT Activity Survey

6 Stoke Mandeville HospitalAylesbury Queen Elizabeth HospitalBirmingham Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustBlackpool The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Foundation NHS TrustBournemouth Addenbrookes HospitalCambridge Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS TrustDudley Western General Hospital & Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) Edinburgh Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust HospitalExeter NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Haemopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation Services Glasgow SNBTS, GlasgowGlasgow Royal Hospital for Sick ChildrenGlasgow Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS TrustKingston upon Hull NHS Blood and Transplant CentreLiverpool Royal Free Hospital NHS TrustLondon Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (Hammersmith Hospital)London St. George's Healthcare NHS TrustLondon UCLH NHS Foundation TrustLondon Bart's & The London NHS TrustLondon Trustees of the London Clinic LtdLondon Accredited centres 1/2 Valid as of 6 Nov 2013

7 Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (Hammersmith Hospital)London Royal Manchester Children's Hospital (CMFT)Manchester Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT)Manchester Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT)Manchester Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH)Norwich NHSBT Oxford & Lymphoma GroupOxford National Health Services Blood and Transplant (NHSBT)Oxford Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS TrustOxford Willow Bond LtdPlymouth Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust & South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Plymouth Poole Hospital NHS Foundation TrustPoole National Blood ServiceSheffield Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation TrustSheffield NHS Blood and TransplantSouthampton University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation TrustSouthampton University Hospital of North StaffordshireStoke-On-Trent The Great Western Hospitals Foundation TrustSwindon Accredited centres 2/2 Valid as of 6 Nov 2013

8 In reaccreditation process Valid as of 6 Nov 2013 Institution NameCity The Christie NHS Foundation TrustManchester Filton Blood CentreBristol Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustSheffield King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation TrustLondon Heart of England NHS Foundation TrustBirmingham The Royal Free London NHS Foundation TrustLondon Yorkshire Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant CentreLeeds The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation TrustLondon University Hospitals LeicesterLeicester NHSBTBirmingham Bristol Royal Hospital for Children & Bristol Haematology/Oncology CentreBristol Nottingham University Hospitals NHS TrustNottingham South Warwickshire Foundation TrustWarwick King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation TrustLondon University Hospital CoventryCoventry

9 Centres reporting transplants in 2011 that have not applied Institution Name City1st Allo1st Auto Ipswich HospitalIpswich08 Belfast City Hospital TrustBelfast933 Royal Victoria InfirmaryNewcastle upon Tyne8083 The Royal InfirmaryAberdeen220 Cheltenham General HospitalCheltenham015 Parkside HospitalLondon02 Singleton Hospital, SkettySwansea019 Royal United HospitalBath010 Taunton and Somerset HospitalSomerset014 Ninewells HospitalDundee09 Ysbyty GwyneddBangor011 Salisbury NHS Foundation TrustSalisbury04 Alder HayLiverpool52 The Birmingham Children's HospitalBirmingham2416 Text in red indicates activity below minimum requirements

10 Inspectors Total39 –Clinical12 –Clinical / Collection 8 –Collection 4 –Processing 8 –Clinical / Collection / Proc. 2

11 Registered inspectors 1/2 NameSurnameHospitalCity MichaelAlcornHaematology Department,Glasgow MichaelQuinnBelfast City HospitalBelfast VictoriaPotterKings College HospitalLondon MatthewSmithSt Bartholomew's HospitalLondon NorbertBlesingDept of HaematologySwindon CharlesCrawleyBlood and Marrow Transplantation UnitCambridge ChristopherDalleySt. Georges HospitalLondon BrendaGibsonRoyal Hospital for Sick ChildrenGlasgow MikeHamonPlymouth Hospitals NHS TrustPlymouth DanielHollymanNHSBT BirgminhamBirmingham SallyKinseyBlood and Bone Marrow Transplant CentreLeeds SandraLoaiza Hammersmith Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS TrustLondon MarkLowdellLaboratory of Cellular TherapeuticsLondon LynnMansonDepartment of Transfusion MedicineEdinburgh LouiseMcNamaraRoyal Marsden HospitalLondon

12 Registered inspectors 2/2 KimOrchardHaematology, Oncology, & PaediatricsSouthampton JiriPavluHammersmith HospitalLondon RachelPawson NHSBT Oxford Centre, John Radcliffe HospitalOxford MikePotterDepartment of HematologyLondon ChristineProtheroeThe Dudley Group of Hospitals NHS TrustDudley DeborahRichardsonUniversity Hospital SouthamptonSouthampton TuulaRintalaDept of Clinical HaemLondon ClaudiusRudin Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital Exeter NigelRussellNottingham City HospitalNottingham HamdiSatiSingleton HospitalSwansea MikeScottDepartment of Clinical HaematologyCambridge MaryamSekhavatRoyal Free HospitalLondon PaneeshaShankaraBirmingham Heartlands HospitalBirmingham GraemeSmithDept of HaematologyLeeds JonSmythe NHS Blood and Transplant Laboratory, OxfordOxford JohnSnowdenRoyal Hallamshire HospitalSheffield PaulVeys Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS TrustLondon ClaireWigginsSteve Mills LabSouthampton

13 Inspector Training Next course Barcelona, October 2-3, 2014 Contact

14 14 JACIE & Health Authorities Regulations Belgium NEW Croatia France Switzerland Italy The Netherlands Guidelines United Kingdom –Manual for Cancer Services Haemato-oncology Cancer Measures Version 1.0 (2013) –Improving Outcomes in Children and Young People with Cancer (2005) –Improving Outcomes in Haematological Cancers (2003) –The Future of Unrelated Donor Stem Cell Transplantation in the UK. A Report from the UK Stem Cell Strategic Forum (July 2010). NHSBT –JACIE cited in Specialised Services National Definitions Set (3rd edition) SSNDS Definition No.2, Specialised Services for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (all ages) –Welsh Health Specialised Services (WHSSC) Blood and Marrow Transplantation Commissioning Policy

15 6th edition Standards 2013 June - Kick-off Aug-Dec - Sub-committee telecons 2014 Feb - Meeting of Committees at Tandem Meeting Apr-Jun - Public consultation Oct - approve final version 2015 Mar – publish


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