In Person Linaclotide Study for IBS-C in Children
Participants sought for a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled safety and efficacy study of a range of linaclotide doses administered orally to children ages 7 to 17 years, with irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (IBS-C). The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of linaclotide for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (IBS-C), in children ages 7-17 years. Learn more
IFFGD's IBS Unmet Needs Survey
IFFGD wants to understand how IBS affects your daily routine, the ways your life is affected by IBS, and where the needs are for treatments – but we need your help. If you have IBS, participate in this confidential online survey, and help advance our mission to improve lives.
Log on to IFFGD’s survey web page: Go »
Reviewed April 2016
Online IBS Intervention
The purpose of this study is to find a complementary treatment to help Irritable Bowel Syndrome patients in need of relief.
Who May Participate:
- Individuals experiencing pain or discomfort associated with their gut
- Cannot be smokers or have an inflammatory bowel disease
- Must be between the ages of 18 – 65 years
About The Study: The length of this study will be three weeks long, with a short online intervention everyday to help individuals deal with their body’s reactions to their environments. Participants will have additional surveys to assess their overall state at the beginning of the study, at the end of the three week intervention, and again at six weeks for a follow-up.
How to Sign Up: http://bit.ly/IBS_study
There will be a $15 Target gift card for first 30 participants upon completion of study.
Study Contact: Jenna N. Ray, Health Psychologist, Univ NC Charlotte
(919) 257 – 7291
Reviewed April 2016
IBS patients know that their intimate relationships can have an effect on how they are feeling. However, it is not known whether agreement or disagreement regarding issues such as cause of IBS, beliefs about illness, harmony in relationship may have an effect on IBS symptoms. This is an important question that may affect the way IBS is treated.
Our study requires patients to complete 5 brief questionnaires and partners to complete 3 brief questionnaires. Patients and partners will be contacted separately and results will be strictly confidential with no way of identifying subjects.
If patient and partner are willing to participate, please contact: email@example.com, and links to a secure survey site will be sent individually to both patient and partner, with instructions. From that point on, no identifying information will be stored.
*If you wish to participate, please have patient and partner reply separately and indicate BOTH the name of the name of the patient and the name of the partner (and please clarify who is the patient and who is the partner).
Drs. Charles and Mary-Joan Gerson, The Mind-Body Digestive Center
Understanding Episodes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Online Study
Have you been diagnosed with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)? If so, you are eligible to help out with a one time online survey that may take up to 20 minutes to complete.
Douglas A. Drossman, M.D. and Stephan Weinland, Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina (UNC) Center for Functional GI & Motility Disorders in Chapel Hill have constructed an online survey in order to compile written reports of IBS episodes and gain a better understanding of the symptoms and experiences people have during an IBS episode. The survey is completely confidential and you will not be asked any identifying information.
To participate in the survey, please click on the following link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=Ci82_2f2xszPLejV0D5_2b8fRw_3d_3d
Reviewed April 2016
MORE STUDIES AND TRIALS - IN PERSON
Go to this IFFGD web page to . . .
- Find a listing of places where you can take part in studies involving many different digestive disorders Go »