Young people’s perspectives on the impact of their digestive disease on education and wellbeing – Research help needed

Posted on the 31st July 2017

Young people age 16-25 with digestive diseases are needed to help with PhD research at the University of Cambridge. This research looks at the impact that long term conditions have on education and wellbeing. If you can spare 15 minutes to complete an anonymous, online survey about your education and support networks, it would be extremely helpful. For more information about the study, the researcher, or to take part, please follow the link

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The 5th Liverpool National Pancreas Patient and Public Forum

People affected by pancreas diseases, including pancreatic cancer, are invited to attend the 5th National Pancreas Diseases Patient and Public Forum, which is being held on Friday 18th May 2018 at The Foresight Centre, Liverpool. The event...

Posted 20 Mar 2018

NICE Guidelines on Pancreatitis Diagnosis and Management

Pancreatitis is an important condition for Core, and a key area of research for our organisation. NICE (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) is a non-departmental public body responsible for providing national guidance...

Posted 14 Mar 2018