Evaluating outcomes of Implant-based breast reconstruction
The iBRA Study
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AIMS OF iBRA-1:
 1. Define current practice of implant-based breast reconstruction in the UK
  
2. Evaluate clinical and patient reported outcomes of implant-based breast reconstruction
  
3. Determine the feasibility of future evaluation in a clinical trial or registry
  
4. Generate new guidelines for implant-based breast reconstruction
iBRA
Implant-based Breast Reconstruction evAluation
 
The World's largest prospective study of implant-based breast reconstruction.

WHO RUNS THE iBRA STUDY?
  
The iBRA study is a collaborative project being run by practising breast and plastic surgeons up and down the UK.
  
For more information about the people involved click here
  
Contact us ibrastudy@gmail.com
  
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iBRA-NET
An innovative network of breast and reconstructive and plastic surgeons. Enabling safe and efficient innovation in breast surgery.
Please click here for the iBRA-NET launch meeting programme.

Email: ibrastudy@gmail.com to register for free 

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iBRA-1 
is now closed and in follow up 
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iBRA-2
data entry extension until 31st March 17
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What is iBRA-2?
iBRA-2 is the next project to be run by the Breast Reconstruction Research Collaborative. It aims to evaluate the impact of immediate breast reconstruction on the time to adjuvant therapy compared to mastectomy alone.
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To register interest in iBRA-2:
ibrastudy@gmail.com
 
REDCap data entry:
for iBRA-1 click here 
for iBRA-2 click here 
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Ensuring quality through collaborative research. The iBRA Study. 2014-2017.