Patient engagement opportunities
The best person to tell you what works and what doesn’t in IBD services and research is the patient. We want to help patients recognise that power and use it to improve services and treatments through engagement opportunities, such as patient panels, open days, and research.
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Please see below the current opportunities to get involved and make your voice heard.
The Patients Association: Influence care - Leeds workshop Friday 19 July
Have you been switched from a ‘biological’ medication to a new ‘biosimilar’ drug?
UCLH Patient Panel are looking for new members
The IBD Patient Panel at University College London Hospital (UCLH) are looking for new members who have IBD and have experience of using the IBD...
Filming opportunity in Manchester
Pastest are looking for people with Crohn's and Colitis to be part of revision videos for doctors approaching their Royal College exams.
IBD Patient Involvement in Research Day (closed)
To mark World IBD Day, Kapil Sahnan (surgical trainee) and Mark Samaan (gastroenterology trainee) organised and ran a Patient Involvement in...
Online course on Integrating Care: Depression, Anxiety and Physical Illness
King’s College London and FutureLearn are launching a FREE online course called Integrating Care: Depression, Anxiety and Physical Illness.The IMPARTS team at...
NICE are looking for people with experience of Clostridium difficile to help develop their guidance
NICE are looking for lay members (patients, unpaid carers and their advocates) to join the management of common infections committee. The committee will be focusing...