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This year, for World IBD Day, EFCCA would like to promote the discussion on IBD and wellbeing.
We see often that people with IBD do not really tell their story. They might live with pain and think it´s just part of the disease. They might feel bad about their self-image but do not talk about it. They might have good medical scores related to their disease, but their quality of life is poor.
Our next EFCCA General Assembly will take place on 29 May 2021. Due to the on-going pandemic we will hold the meeting on-line.
Looking forward to meeting our EFCCA members. More info to follow soon.
We have just published our first issue for 2021 of the EFCCA Magazine. You will find plenty of information about our latest activities, news from our members and other interesting stories from our stakeholders and the IBD community.
Friday 5 February 2021, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM CET
As part of the EFCCA Patient Talks series, we organised our latest EFCCA Patient Talk which took place on Friday 5 February 2021 from 4.30 to 5.30 pm (CET) at our EFCCA Facebook
The third module of the EFCCA Academy offering specialized training for IBD patients, took place on 25 January 2021 via the EFCCA online learning platform.
This module entitled “Breaking the myths around clinical trials” was presented by Prof. Ariel Liebert and speakers from Roche.
Do you have IBD (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis or indeterminate colitis)? Are you worried about the recent COVID-19 pandemic? Our colleagues from Crohn´s and Colitis Australia are seeking people who would like to test an online expressive writing tool. For more information or to express interest visit: https://www.crohnsandcolitis.com.au/research/clinical-trials/current-researc/
Our colleagues from the
We are happy to share a series of IBD podcast that have been prepared by our colleagues from the Serbian IBD patient association UKUKS together with Stetoskop info. They are subittled in English and deal with a wide range of relevant and interesting topics related to IBD.
You can view them here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqc3GWypjDT4gwBq3tEz9mctZWBi2pZQM