Research

An enthralling day of research under the gaze of John Hunter

In the next phase of our Delphi initiative, BDRF brought together a team of specialists at the RCS to discuss […]

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NASBO Presented at the Royal Society of Medicine

BDRF’s landmark audit of Small Bowel Obstruction care has been presented to the RSM’s ‘Anaesthesia and surgery: The interface’ event. […]

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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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National Bowel Cancer Audit 2016 figures now available

The National Bowel Cancer Audit provides the most up to date information on bowel cancer care and treatment in England […]

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Bowel bleeds audit published in Gut

We are immensely proud that BDRF research has again made the pages of one of the UK’s most important and […]

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CEO – Blog February 2017 “Gobsmacked!”

Gobsmacked Last week I watched a live operation on someone’s bowels. Taking place in Barcelona and being beamed live online […]

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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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ORACLE sets out stall for BDRF research strategy

BDRF has unveiled its research strategy in the above article for Colorectal Disease. The new approach enables us to make […]

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Bowel Disease Research Foundation accepted for membership of the Association of Medical Research Charities

  The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) is the national membership organisation for the health and medical research charity […]

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