Survey on Iron Deficiency

New survey on Iron deficiency!

 

We would like to draw your attention to a promising new study on iron deficiency which aims to better understand the challenges that people with IBD are facing on a daily basis, in particular as concerns iron deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia.

The survey will contribute to raising awareness of the importance of early detection and appropriate treatment of iron deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia and ultimately lead to a better quality of life of people with IBD.

 

If you have Crohn´s disease of Ulcerative Colitis and reside in any of the EU members states we kindly ask your time to fill in this anonymous survey which should take you about 15 minutes. Thanks for your participation!!!

 

Link to the survey:  https://gpcms.habcommunity.com/uc/687765/?a=1&b=659&c=&d=&e=

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EFCCA Magazine 2/2016

The second issue of the EFCCA Magazine 2016 is now available online.

It includes an update of our latest activities and other inspiring stories and information related to IBD from around the world. We hope you enjoy reading it and please contact us if you would like to contribute to our next issue.
 

Download Magazine 2/2016

Symptom Tracker

MyUC.eu

After the initial testing phase, this new tool to support patients with Ulcerative Colitis in keeping track of daily changes and improvements with the disease is finally available. If you would like to use the tool, register on the homepage and let us know your impressions.

Please check out the tool at:

http://myuc.eu/

 

Any feedback please send  to Isabella Haaf: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The tool is supported by an unrestricted grant from the pharmaceutical company Shire.

Symptom Tracker

YourUC.com

 

This is a useful new tool - currently in test phase - to support patients with Ulcerative Colitis. If you would like to test the tool, you will need to introduce the following information:

 

username: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

password: guest

 

Please check out the tool at:

 

http://youruc.sytes.net/my-uc-log/

 

Any feedback please send  to Isabella Haaf: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

The tool is supported by an unrestricted grant from the pharmceutical company Shire. 

EFCCA Annual General Meeting 2014

Commissioner Borgh addressing EFCCA General Assembly

 

Commissioner Borgh from the European Commission´s Directorate for Health and Consumers welcomed delegates to the  24 General Assembly of EFCCA which took place in Graz (Austria) from 3-6 April 2014.

 

In his pre-recorded speech Commissioner Borgh acknowledged and applauded the work of EFCCA and showed his support to the efforts that the national associations and EFCCA were undertaking to improve the lives of people with IBD.

 

The link below is a small video illustrating the work that was being done in those two days. 

 

http://youtu.be/RQekBWWXCNU

 

All documents related to the GA are available to our members in the Members Only Section of our website. 

 

http://members.efcca.org 

 

 

Subcategories

  • Clinical Trials

     

    EFCCA Clinical Trial News

    EFCCA is pleased to bring you some scientific and medical articles related to IBD for your information. EFCCA cannot accept any liability for the accuracy of the information, or for the use of it. Whilst discussion of potential therapies has academic value, EFCCA would like to remind all readers that no claims are made on the effectiveness or safety of any treatment, and that readers should always consult their healthcare professional if they have any concerns or questions, and before taking any action based on the information.