IBD

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 “Awaken […]

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‘There is no greater force in the world than patients who want to help other patients’

The real experts on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are the people who live with its effects every day. People who’ve […]

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IBD Patient Involvement – Colorectal clinicians welcome!

Patient involvement in research is crucial to designing effective studies. We’d like to invite colorectal clinicians to an event giving […]

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IBD Patient involvement day

BDRF brings patients and researchers together – to break down ‘doctor/patient’ boundaries and improve treatment. There are so many opportunities […]

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Crohn’s research presented on the European stage

We believe people living with IBD are best placed to guide improvements in their treatment. That’s why we’ve been funding […]

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NASBO recommendations to ease ‘Huge burden on the NHS’

Download NASBO Report     The first ever National Audit of Small Bowel Obstruction (NASBO) launched its findings at Birmingham […]

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Searching for answers in treatment of Crohn’s anal fistula

A BDRF-funded review of medical practice has revealed major uncertainty in the way surgeons deal with anal fistulae in Crohn’s […]

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Surgery vs Medical

Surgeons and Gastroenterologists joined forces yesterday at The Royal College of Surgeons in a Patient and Public Involvement Day aimed […]

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Passion and experience to drive perianal fistula research agenda

Outcomes researchers should look for when designing projects to tackle perianal Crohn’s were agreed on a day of illuminating discussion […]

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Ileal Crohn’s – Patient Perspectives on best treatment

BDRF is hosting a patient involvement day for research into the best treatment for Crohn’s disease affecting the ileum (join […]

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