UK Liver Alliance
The UK Liver Alliance is a coalition of more than 30 organisations who are committed to improving liver health.
Putting the patient at the centre of all three workstreams and ensuring that their voice underpins all activity is central to the work of the UK Liver Alliance. A new UK Liver Patient Groups Alliance will be consulted at key points of activity.
The Alliance brings together the liver disease community so that it can work in partnership to prevent the development of liver disease, reduce liver disease mortality and improve the care for people with or at risk of liver disease across the UK. It aims to build on the work previously carried out under the auspices of the Lancet Commission.
Membership is open to patient groups, charities, medical royal colleges, NHS organisations, treatment providers and government departments who are committed to preventing liver disease and improving liver health.
If your organisation would like to join the alliance please email email@example.com
The UK Liver Alliance has been set up to prevent the development of liver disease, to reduce liver disease mortality and to improve the care for people with or at risk of liver disease across all 4 nations of the UK by
- Influencing national policy to improve liver health and supporting the prevention agenda, with other organisations, to develop and deliver public health strategies
- Improving quality and standards of a patient, family and next of kin, focussed clinical service
- Generating and evaluating data on burden of liver disease in the UK to provide a robust evidence base
- Securing an appropriate work force to provide care for people with liver disease
- Removing inequalities and unwarranted variations in care across UK Nations and regions.
The UK Liver Alliance’s priority areas of work are: