Medical/Scientific News

Bowel blockages audit gears up for launch

Leading specialists in colorectal research met at the Royal College of Surgeons in London last week, putting the final touches […]

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Rectal Prolapse Patient and Public Involvement Day

20 patients and members of the public joined medical professionals for a day of learning, discussion and support in order […]

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Ambitious workshops begin developing the next generation of researchers

BDRF-funded workshops giving medical students the skills to recruit patients into surgical trials have been hailed as a major step […]

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Major bowel bleeds audit complete

BDRF is excited to announce the findings of the first ever audit of treatment for major bowel bleeds undertaken in […]

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A meeting of minds in the management of Crohn’s disease

Over two days last week Bowel Disease Research Foundation brought together patients, surgeons, nurses, gastroenterologists and radiologists in the ongoing […]

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Full house for Edinburgh Delphi

Awarded funding under our new Delphi framework, Susan Moug’s ‘Edinburgh Delphi’ brought surgeons together to share experiences on how the […]

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NASBO on track for 100

We’re excited to announce that our national audit to discover optimum care for Small Bowel Obstruction now has 96 centres […]

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National Audit of Small Bowel Obstruction (NASBO)

Major Audit Launches Blockage of the small bowel is one of the commonest reasons for hospital admission. Our research team […]

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Resources for Coloproctology report released

Comprehensive assessment of colorectal care in the NHS BDRF is pleased to announce the findings of a project we joint-funded […]

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Perianal Crohn’s trial to launch with BSG

First Delphi trial to begin This Thursday sees the start of a major collaboration aimed at addressing a major research […]

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