Online Survey: IFFGD, University of Michigan, Drossman Center, Patient-Doctor Relationships in IBS, December 2014
IFFGD, the University of Michigan and the Drossman Center for the Education and Practice of Biopsychosocial Care, are seeking adults with irritable bowel syndrome for an anonymous online survey. The results will be used to improve patient-physician relationships in the context of care for IBS. Participants must be age 18 or over, residents of the U.S. or Canada, have irritable bowel syndrome, and have seen a gastroenterologist within the last 6 months. It is estimated that the questions will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. The link to access the survey can be found here: IFFGD, University of Michigan, Drossman Center Patient-Physician Relationship Survey. Those who complete the survey will be entered into a random drawing for one of 30 $100 Visa gift cards, and contacted by email if their email address is chosen. This listing is summarized from a recent announcement on the IFFGD website. Any questions or concerns about the study should be communicated directly to the study coordinator, Lina Nahlawi, Univ of Michigan Health System at email@example.com.
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