IBD and parenthood - Survey on couples with IBD and their offspring
New survey on the indirect costs of IBD. The aim of the study is to assess the influence of IBD on the patients productivity at work and relevant costs for society.
If you are 18 years old or older and suffer from an inflammatory bowel disease we would like to invite you to take part in a survey concerning indirect costs of IBD.
We are proud to announce that the third video animation of our My IBD Journey series is now available. The video entitled “Mission: Remission” explains the different types of remission and provides advice on how you can work towards achieving remission, and the importance of staying on track with your treatment.
EFCCA´s second Symposium on IBD Research funded by patients brought together over 80 representatives from patients groups from 5 continents, gastroenterologists and other healthcare providers as well as relevant stakeholders in order to reinforce patients’ role and voice in research.
The pharmaceutical company, Pfizer, has launched a call for proposal within the framework of the "Independent Grants for Learning & Change".
The call is for proposals on "Appropriate Immunisations in Adult Patients with Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Conditions".
Follow the link for more informatio: https://www.pfizer.com/sites/default/files/rfp_files/IGLC_RFP_2018RA2_Im...
The latest issue of the EFCCA Magazine is now available!!!
"Considering whether to have ileal pouch surgery" is a booklet for ulcerative colitis patients which was recently made in a joint effort between Dr Andrew McCombie, Crohn ́s and Colitis New Zealand (patient with an ileal pouch), Associate Professor Tim Eglinton (Colorectal Surgeon), and Professor Richard Gearry (Gastroenterologist). It is designed to help ulcerative colitis patients better understand and answer these questions on surgically removing their colon (called a “colectomy”).
"Considering whether to have ileal pouch surgery" is the title of a booklet for ulcerative colitis patients that was recently made in a joint effort between Andrew MacCombie from Crohn´s and Colitis New Zealand (and patient with an ileal pouch), Associate Professor Tim Eglinton (Colorectal Surgeon), and Professor Richard Gearry (Gastroenterologist). It is designed to help ulcerative colitis patients better understand and answer questions concerning surgically removing their colon (called a “colectomy”).
The European Commission has published translations of comprehensive information for patients on biosimilar medicines. It contains questions and answers on biosimilar medicines and is now available in 23 languages, serving as a reliable source of information for patients. http://ec.europa.eu/docsroom/documents/26632