Patient involvement in research

BDRF funds first ever patient Chief Investigator

For the first time in BDRF’s history, and we believe in the field of bowel disease research, we have awarded […]

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Patients, industry and charity – a recipe for sucess

BDRF attended an event with Olympus Medical and brought along patients from the ACPGBI patient liaison group to help spread […]

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A research workout in Paisley – Nicola Dames meets Susan Moug

It’s not as would be expected from the usual patient-meets-surgeon – it’s usually the hospital beat booming in the background. […]

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Breakfast in Berlin: Nicola Dames meets Prof Nils Habbe

It’s lush, it’s Berlin, it’s Tiergarten Park, it’s Germany… and it’s BDRF guest blogger Nicola Dames meets Professor Nils Habbe. […]

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Ileostomy Research sandpit captures experience & ideas

Last week the Royal College of Surgeons played host to an innovative ‘Sandpit’ discussion on how to improve quality of […]

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LARS – Rewriting the rulebook

At BDRF, we break down barriers by bringing patients and healthcare professionals together. It’s the best way to design research […]

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Patient perspectives on robotic-assisted surgery

BDRF is pleased to announce the winner of a grant award for research into robotic-assisted colorectal surgery.   The grant of […]

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Improving quality of life for people with an ileostomy

Download event flyer here Join us for a sandpit discussion event which will explore gaps in the current research agenda. […]

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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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