Starting and Running a support group

Gut Reaction Newsletter

What your IBS support group should aim to do:

  • Bring IBS sufferers together to share their experience in an open and non-judgmental environment.
  • Educate and inform new members of the key aspects of IBS, what they can do to try and reduce their symptoms
  • Your group should not aim to replace the services of a healthcare professional.
  • Raise awareness of IBS and the charity 
  • Raise funds and encourage local support

IBS is a complicated condition. Only by working together and with healthcare professionals can we look to improve our understanding and treatment of IBS.

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