My Crohn’s and Colitis Care

More than 80 MPs and Peers attended the launch of our patient guide, My Crohn's and Colitis Care, in Parliament on Wednesday 4 November 2015.

Parliamentarians from across the political spectrum joined staff from Crohn’s & Colitis UK and volunteers from across the country - many living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) - in order to raise awareness of IBD and show their support. 

Each MP also met with television presenter and Crohn's & Colitis UK Ambassador Carrie Grant, who has been a member and supporter of the Charity for nearly 20 years since being diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease.

My Crohn’s and Colitis Care, our patient guide outlines the top 10 essentials of a good IBD health service. The guide is designed to empower people with IBD to get the best from their local health service by working in partnership with their healthcare team. 


Carrie Grant

I was pleased to be able to meet so many MPs and Ministers to discuss issues surrounding Crohn's and Colitis. As a patient myself, I often have moments of struggle when my Crohn's gets me down, so I know only too well how important it is to have a great IBD team around me. Others are not so fortunate which is terrible as everyone should be entitled to the best possible healthcare. I was thrilled to be able represent those living with IBD and talk to key decision makers about how we can work together to make a real difference to others living with the condition.

Carrie Grant, Ambassador, Crohn's and Colitis UK

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