Publications

ELF findings call for frailty scoring to become standard practice

Important findings from the BDRF-funded Emergency Laparotomy and Frailty Study (ELF Study) have been published in the Annals of Surgery. […]

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New findings show Vitamin D levels may affect survival after bowel cancer surgery

Research published in the BMJ’s Gut Journal has suggested a link between Vitamin D levels at the time of bowel cancer surgery […]

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Improving patient care through new guidelines – lower gastrointestinal bleeding recommendations published in GUT

Being admitted to hospital with acute bleeding is a distressing experience for patients – especially when the bleed is coming […]

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BDRF study identifies new target in improving radiotherapy

The findings of a BDRF funded study, awarded funding in 2014, have been published in the Journal of Proteomics. They […]

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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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2017 – A great year for Bowel Disease Research

                          What a year 2017 has been for […]

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BDRF Project crowned best research poster at European Colorectal Congress 2017

Congratulations are in order as Liam Poynter’s BDRF funded project was named best research poster of the annual congress in […]

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CEO Blog – JINGLE BOWELS

On a scale of 1 to 5, how comfortable are you talking about your bowels? Shut the front door – […]

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Royal College research report hails ‘Utterly fantastic’ BDRF

BDRF’s groundbreaking research strategy has been singled out for praise in the Royal College of Surgeon’s Annual Surgical Research Report. […]

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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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