Work with researchers to make sure studies meet the needs of patients.
Examples of ways to help input into study design include:
- Working with research funders to help prioritise patient needs (such as joining our Research Awards Panel),
- Joining project steering groups, or
- Participating in focus groups.
To get involved in such opportunities, please see our listing below:
Development of RxSelex: A microbiome-based predictive diagnostic of IBD biologics treatment outcome
Researchers at AlphaBiomics Ltd are looking for patients with IBD who are 18 or older and live in the West Midlands to join a Patient Advisory...
Help shape the future of personalised medical therapy in ulcerative colitis
Help shape the use of molecular histopathology as a tool to inform therapy choices in Ulcerative Colitis.
NCEPOD review of the care provided to patients with Crohn’s disease
Researchers at NCEPOD (the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death) are looking for people who have Crohn’s disease to participate in...
Exploring the experiences of people with Crohn’s and Colitis throughout the coronavirus pandemic
Researchers at Manchester Royal Infirmary and University of Greenwich are looking for participants over the age of 18 years with a known diagnosis of Crohns Disease...
Helping young people with Crohn’s or Colitis who have had stoma surgery to cope with distress
Researchers at Keele University are looking for individuals aged 16-29 who have a stoma as a result of Crohn's or Colitis, to complete a...