Bariatric Surgery Registry (BSR)
AMOS is a proud contributor to the Bariatric Surgery Registry.
The Bariatric Surgery Registry was established by Monash University in 2009. It is predominantly a quality and safety registry and measures outcomes for patients undergoing bariatric surgery across Australia and New Zealand.
It is supported by both the Australian & New Zealand Metabolic and Obesity Surgery Society (ANZMOSS) and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS).
What is the aim of the BSR?
The aims of the Bariatric Surgery Registry are to:
- Record the immediate safety of bariatric surgery in Australia
- Surgical safety
- Surgical quality
- Study longitudinally the safety and efficacy of bariatric surgery in Australia
- Track key health changes following bariatric surgery in Australia
- Weight change
- Diabetes treatment
Do I have to be involved in the BSR?
Patients that are involved don’t experience any difference to their care or surgery. Their de-identified data is merely shared to the registry to achieve its aims.
If you do not want this data to be shared, please let us know as soon as possible in your journey.
Find out more
You can find out more about the Bariatric surgery Registry through Monash University.