Bowel Disorders

CEO Blog: Are you asking the right questions?

  If you ask a stupid question you’ll get a stupid answer Anthony Robbins life coach extraordinaire in his book […]

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Diverticular disease – raising awareness, improving care.

“At any time in any hospital there will be a patient fighting for their life after emergency surgery, and another […]

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ELF smashes its target – great news for older patients needing emergency bowel surgery

Emergency bowel surgery is more dangerous for older patients – yet they are the most likely to need it. The […]

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Raising awareness of ischaemic bowel – a tribute to a beautiful grandmother

When Prinal lost her beloved grandmother, Kamlaben, to acute bowel ischaemia she was shocked by how a condition that started […]

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Ileostomy research studies launched – with Ileostomy Association and Kingston Trust

  Stomas can be both life-saving and life-changing, but to date not enough has been invested in research focusing on […]

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The nurses voice – a vital role in colorectal research

Opportunities for nurses to get involved in colorectal research are increasing, both as clinical research nurses and more broadly, in providing a […]

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NASBO Survey shows need for more awareness of nutritional support

Survey results from the groundbreaking National Audit of Small Bowel Obstruction (NASBO) have highlighted the need for better strategies among […]

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CEO Blog : It’s all about the vision

  “The Surgeon’s Penis” is the title of a chapter in the biography of John Hunter. I happened to be […]

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BDRF launches robotic-assisted colorectal surgery grants round

The Bowel Disease Research Foundation (BDRF), together with  Intuitive Surgical- will offer grants into robotic colorectal surgery. A total of […]

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£400k of funding approved in the fight against bowel disease

Work has now commenced on all of the 10 projects to come out of the second phase of our landmark […]

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