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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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Online Study: Cognitive Mediators of Bowel Discomfort, Swinburne University, Australia, August 2017

The following study currently seeking men and women at least 18 years old with gastrointestinal conditions was received directly from the research team and is posted at their invitation. We are advised that the study has received institutional ethical approval. All information available to IBS Impact is below and at the study link. Please address …

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Resources for People with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) in Australia 2017

It has come to the attention of IBS Impact that the Irritable Bowel Information and Support Association (IBIS), a national organization in Australia for many years, apparently ceased operations recently. As IBS Impact sites receive many visitors from Australia each year, some have wondered about other good quality, accessible, evidence based-resources for IBS information, support …

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Clinical Trial: IBS and Relationships, University of Adelaide, Australia

The following study is re-posted from the most recent newsletter of Sophie Lee, owner of the IBS Tales website in the United Kingdom. IBS Impact thanks Sophie for this information. Sophie writes: “Dear All, This is a special message for Australian IBS sufferers. An academic researcher is looking for IBS patients for her study – …

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