PWE-055 Stigma in inflammatory bowel disease: building resilience
AffiliationKings College; University of Chester
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Abstractqualitative study aimed to: a) understand the experience of stigma in people with IBD and whether stigma derives from the bowel disorder diagnosis or from related FI; b) understand how stigma affects social, personal and emotional wellbeing, and how people with IBD manage these issues. Using purposive stratified sampling, 40 members of a UK IBD charity were recruited. Participants self-identified as having FI or not, and feeling stigmatised or not.
CitationDibley, L., Norton, C. & Mason-Whitehead, E. (2015). PWE-055 Stigma in inflammatory bowel disease: building resilience. Gut, 64, A235-A236.
PublisherBMJ Publishing Group
TypeMeetings and Proceedings
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