Table 2

Study response per data collection method per setting

Data collection methodTransition clinicControl setting
Semistructured interviews5 interviews: paediatric IBD nurse specialist
(n=1), paediatric gastroenterologists (n=2), adult gastroenterologist (n=1) and one family counsellor working in paediatric care (n=1).
3 interviews: paediatric gastroenterologist (n=1), adult care nurse (n=1) and adult gastroenterologist (n=1).
Observations3×4 hours of clinical consultations before transfer.2×4 hours of clinical consultations before transfer.
Chart reviewsn=56 (young people with IBD), of which 25 transferred to an adult department in another hospital. Number of charts per measurement moment were: T1, n=55; T2, n=56; T3, n=30; T4, n=30.n=54 (young people with IBD), of which 30 transferred to an adult department in another hospital. Number of charts per measurement moment were: T1, n=44; T2, n=54; T3, n=24; T4, n=23.
Surveysn=21 responded (37.5%); n=14 (25.0%) filled out the survey.n=25 responded (46.3%); n=19 (35.2%) filled out the survey.
  • IBD, inflammatory bowel disease.