STUDIES AND REPORTS
REDUCING THE GROWING BURDEN OF IBD IN NEW ZEALAND
In November Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand launched new research on ‘Reducing the Growing Burden of Inflammatory Bowel Disease in New Zealand’.
We commissioned this report to identify and shed light on the scale and personal, social and economic costs of IBD in New Zealand, and to make recommendations on how this burden might be reduced.
You can download a copy of the research report here: http://bit.ly/2yn4fQi
This study was made possible through an unrestricted education grant by Janssen New Zealand.
INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE, NZ PATIENT JOURNEY
Atlantis Healthcare talked to people living with IBD and the people who care for them – carers; gastroenterologists; nurses; a surgeon; a dietitian; and people from Crohn’s and Colitis New Zealand and the Ostomy Society
IBD AND CHILDREN
Professor Andrew Day from Christchurch is one of New Zealand's leading paediatric gastroenterologists. He gave a presentation to Crohn's and Colitis Wellington in May. This video clip is 57 minutes long, so please allow plenty of time to watch it.
A HIDDEN TORMENTOR
Associate Professor Richard Gearry and his team presented their research findings at a meeting in Nelson in February 2013.
His research indicates that Nelson has one of the highest rates of Crohn's disease in the world. Read more here.
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER IN NELSON
Dr Corey A. Siegel is the Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Center at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and an Assistant Professor of Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at Dartmouth Medical School.
He was recently in New Zealand and spoke to over 100 Nelsonian's at the local Crohn's and Colitis Support Group meeting, together with Professor Richard Gearry of Christchurch.
Dr Siegel gave an excellent presentation on Balancing the Benefits and Risks of IBD Treatment.
Dr Gearry's presentation IBD in NZ - Nelson Next on the Research Radar, outlined his plans on conducting research in Nelson this coming summer.
2012 ECCO CONFERENCE, BARCELONA, SPAIN
Dr John Wyeth attended the ECCO conference in Barcelona and is seen here presenting an overview of the meeting to the Wellington CCSG.
IMPACT REPORT RESULTS
In February 2012, board member
IBD RESEARCH REVIEW