Patient involvement in research

Patients shaping research – an interview with the founder of IBDRelief

Can you give us a short biography about you & your experiences? I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 2008. […]

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Ileoanal & Kock Pouch information day – important patient info!

Do you have an ileonal pouch (j-pouch) or a Kock pouch? Or are you considering surgery to form one? If […]

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Patient perspectives – Sarah’s story

In the next few weeks, we’ll be bringing you stories from people who know first hand what living with the […]

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Cheers to research in Dublin

Thank you Dublin, and thank you ACPGBI! Our research is made possible by so many people, and at this year’s […]

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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 success

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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