Awareness Raising

IBD and Fatigue

Fatigue is an important underecognized clinical problem in patients with IBD and one of the most frequently reported concerns of patients. It affects nearly 50 % of patients in clinical remission and 80% of those with active disease, resulting in a decrease in quality of life and impaired work productivity and functioning.

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ECCO GRADE Crohn’s Disease (CD)Treatment Guidelines

The European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation [ECCO] produces and regularly updates several guidelines to provide evidence-based guidance on critical aspects of IBD care to all health care professionals who manage patients with IBD. 

Since the initiation of the first project in 2006, the ECCO Guidelines have become standard references for IBD management in Europe and around the world. The guidelines are freely accessible and available for download on the ECCO Website and JCC Online. 

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Factors associated with medical and psycosocioeconomic changes in IBD during the COVID-19 pandemic and post-pandemic period

Factors associated with medical and psycosocioeconomic changes in IBD during the COVID-19 pandemic and post-pandemic period

May, 2021 

The pandemic of COVID-19 had posed challenges in every aspect of the people’s life. COVID-19 had affected all age groups in both previously healthy individuals and those with chronic disease including IBD. This study aimed to investigate the occurrence and factors associated with psychosocioeconomical and medical changes in patients with IBD during the COVID-19 pandemic and post-pandemicperiod in China.

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IBD patients in Ukraine

Our colleagues from the Ukrainian IBD patient association ¨Fulfilling Life" have prepared this important survey on the current situation of IBD patients affected by the war in Ukraine. 

The survey gives an overview of the immediate effects, medical care during the war as well as other urgent aspects.

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