Category Archives: Clinical Trials

Online Research Survey on Psychological Health of People with IBS During the COVID-19 Emergency, University of Chieti, May 2020

Posted at the request of one of the researchers involved in the Department of Psychological Health and Territorial Sciences, University of Chieti, Pescara, Italy. This is an anonymous online survey on “factors affecting health outcomes in people with IBS during the COVID-19 emergency.” The research team is seeking adults aged 18-74 with a physician diagnosis …

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April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month 2020

April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month. IBS affects, depending on the source, at least 25 million and perhaps up to 58 million women, men and children in the United States and anywhere from 9-23% of the population in different countries on every continent of the world.  In the U.S, this prevalence exceeds that of diabetes, chronic …

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Phone Research: iSTEP Study for Mothers with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Seattle Children’s Research Institute, September 2019

The following telephone research study seeking volunteers is being conducted by the Seattle Children’s Research Institute in Seattle, Washington, USA. It is open to women with a diagnosis of IBS and abdominal pain who are also parenting a child or children ages 5-10 who do not have abdominal pain. The study consists of  a 30 …

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Online Research Survey on Chronic Abdominal Pain, Stanford University and IFFGD, June 2019

The following anonymous and confidential research survey is open to adults 18 years old or older from any country who have had a chronic abdominal pain condition (IBS and/or many others) for at least 6 months. The survey will ask demographic information, symptom information, and treatment information for current or past interventions and their level …

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Online Study: Gastrointestinal Unhelpful Thinking Scale (GUTS) Development Study, Swinburne University, Australia, May 2019

The following study currently seeking men and women at least 18 years old in any country with chronic gastrointestinal conditions is a followup to online studies posted here on August 12, 2017  and June 9, 2018. The 2017 and 2018 studies are now closed to new volunteers. The current study has received institutional ethical approval. …

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April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month 2019

April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month. IBS affects, depending on the source, at least 25 million and perhaps up to 58 million women, men and children in the United States and anywhere from 9-23% of the population in different countries on every continent of the world.  In the U.S, this prevalence exceeds that of diabetes, chronic …

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Online Study: “Understanding IBS Patient Self-Management Strategies and their Relation to Outcomes”, Icahn-Mount Sinai, September 2018

The following study is currently seeking adults 18-65 years old who are fluent in English and have a diagnosis of IBS. The primary investigator is Laurie Keefer, PhD of Icahn Mount Sinai Medical School in New York, in cooperation with the Center for Psychosocial Research in GI at Northwestern University in Chicago. IBS Impact received …

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Online Study: Cognitive Mediators of Bowel Discomfort Validation Study, Swinburne University, Australia, June 2018

The following study currently seeking men and women at least 18 years old in any country with chronic gastrointestinal conditions is a followup to an online study posted here on August 12, 2017.  The 2017 study is now closed to new volunteers. The current study has received institutional ethical approval. All information available to IBS …

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April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Awareness Month 2018

April is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month. IBS affects, depending on the source, at least 25 million and perhaps up to 58 million women, men and children in the United States and anywhere from 9-23% of the population in different countries on every continent of the world.  In the U.S, this prevalence exceeds that of diabetes, chronic …

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Registries for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Research Volunteers Created in the United Kingdom and Australia

In recent weeks, IBS Impact has learned that two separate entities, the County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust in the United Kingdom, and Macquarie University Faculties of Human Sciences and Medicine and Health Sciences in Sydney, Australia have established new, secure registries for those who are interested in volunteering for research studies. The Macquarie …

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