Created:   6/9/2015
Contains:  15 items


Created:   11/14/2016
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AudioAbstracts®, a CCFA professional education program in partnership with ReachMD, provides easy-to-digest 3-5 minute distillation of important medical literature in combination with digital linkage to in-depth information supporting the audio synopsis. Each unique audio series in the CCFA AudioAbstracts program will summarize new data from studies published in the Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Journal. These audio series are broadcast across the ReachMD Network, reaching hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals each month. Click on the "AudioAbstracts" image to listen to the podcast on the ReachMD site.


Created:   7/1/2016
Contains:  5 items
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases includes CME-MOC-certified content that is designed to meet the educational needs of its readers. Articles are certified for 2 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.


Created:   2/17/2015
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Created:   11/14/2016
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Highly Cited Content

Created:   7/1/2015
Contains:  52 items
We are excited to inform gastroenterologists interested in IBD about the availability of our highly-cited IBD articles from 2014 to 2015 on the IBD Journal website. The articles included cover all aspects of IBD including pathogenesis, the microbiome, biomarkers, endoscopy in IBD, the use of probiotics, and various treatment paradigms for IBD. We are sure you will enjoy this exciting lineup of highly-cited, cutting-edge articles.


Created:   12/29/2016
Contains:  21 items


Created:   9/25/2014
Contains:  20 items
One of the first questions a patient with inflammatory bowel disease asks their physician after their diagnosis is “Doctor, what can I eat”? Amazingly, despite over 50 years of research in the field of IBD, there is no uniform consensus answer to that question. The selection of free to read articles from Inflammatory Bowel Diseases below give an overview of the potentially important role of nutritional therapy in inducing clinical remission, especially in children with newly diagnosed Crohn disease. While exclusive enteral nutrition has been utilized for over 30 years, two small studies by two independent groups (Boneh et al, Gupta et al) suggest that enteral nutrition in combination with a limited diet may also be effective. Other papers in this collection describe the impact of enteral nutrition on the intestinal microbiota, the improvement of anemia with appropriate nutritional therapy, and the potential of endoscopic mucosal improvement with nutritional therapy. Therefore, the papers in this collection constitute “recommended reading” for clinicians who want to talk about the impact of diet on patients with inflammatory bowel disease.

Press Release Articles

Created:   9/30/2016
Contains:  5 items

Quality of Life

Created:   7/15/2014
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Created:   2/17/2015
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Created:   4/27/2016
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Created:   11/14/2016
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Created:   9/25/2014
Contains:  89 items