Abdominal pain during remission: Investigating the views of people with Crohn’s or Colitis

Researchers at King’s College London would like to interview individuals of 18 years and older who continue to experience pain during remission and have been told by their clinicians that they also might have irritable bowel syndrome.

A large proportion of people with Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis report abdominal pain when the disease is in remission (i.e. when there is no obvious active disease and the flare has settled). We want to get a better understanding of how people with Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis experience and view abdominal pain during remission. Additionally, we would like to hear your views and understanding of irritable bowel syndrome.

We are also interested in hearing stories and experiences from people who are not in remission.

More detailed information about taking part can be found in this document.

If you are interested and would like to take part or need more information about the study, please contact Danielle Huisman by email or telephone (0774 5878 200).

This is a new study funded by the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre.

To learn more about steps that Crohn's & Colitis UK are taking to tackle pain in IBD, please check out our Pain Collaborative initiative.

This research study is NOT funded or organised by Crohn's & Colitis UK and, therefore, we cannot take responsibility for your involvement in the research. It is a patient’s choice to take part.