Articles by Charles N. Bernstein

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Health Care Services in IBD: Factors Associated with Service Utilization and Preferences for Service Options for Routine and Urgent Care

Bernstein, Matthew T.; Walker, John R.; Chhibba, Tarun; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 23(9):1461-1469, September 2017.

Coping with Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Engaging with Information to Inform Health-Related Decision Making in Daily Life

Restall, Gayle J.; Simms, Alexandria M.; Walker, John R.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 23(8):1247-1256, August 2017.

Maternal Infections That Would Warrant Antibiotic Use Antepartum or Peripartum Are Not a Risk Factor for the Development of IBD: A Population-Based Analysis

Bernstein, Charles N.; Burchill, Charles; Targownik, Laura E.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 23(4):635-640, April 2017.

Factors Associated with Discontinuation of Anti-TNF Inhibitors Among Persons with IBD: A Population-Based Analysis

Targownik, Laura E.; Tennakoon, Aruni; Leung, Stella; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 23(3):409-420, March 2017.

Validating a Measure of Patient Self-efficacy in Disease Self-management Using a Population-based IBD Cohort: The IBD Self-efficacy Scale

Graff, Lesley A.; Sexton, Kathryn A.; Walker, John R.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 22(9):2165-2172, September 2016.

Understanding Work Experiences of People with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Restall, Gayle J.; Simms, Alexandria M.; Walker, John R.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 22(7):1688-1697, July 2016.

Predictors of ICU Admission and Outcomes 1 Year Post-Admission in Persons with IBD: A Population-based Study

Bernstein, Charles N.; Garland, Allan; Peschken, Christine A.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 21(6):1341-1347, June 2015.

Challenges in Designing a National Surveillance Program for Inflammatory Bowel Disease in the United States

Long, Millie D.; Hutfless, Susan; Kappelman, Michael D.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 20(2):398-415, February 2014.

A Review of Mortality and Surgery in Ulcerative Colitis: Milestones of the Seriousness of the Disease

Bernstein, Charles N.; Ng, Siew C.; Lakatos, Peter L.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(9):2001-2010, August 2013.

The Utility of Screening for Asymptomatic Lower Extremity Deep Venous Thrombosis during Inflammatory Bowel Disease Flares: A Pilot Study

Nguyen, Geoffrey C.; Wu, Harry; Gulamhusein, Aliya; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 19(5):1053-1058, April 2013.

Practice of gastroenterologists in treating flaring inflammatory bowel disease patients with clostridium difficile: Antibiotics alone or combined antibiotics/immunomodulators?

Yanai, Henit; Nguyen, Geoffrey C.; Yun, Laura; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 17(7):1540-1546, July 2011.

IBD Around the world: Comparing the epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment: Proceedings of the World Digestive Health Day 2010 - Inflammatory bowel disease task force meeting

Baumgart, Daniel C.; Bernstein, Charles N.; Abbas, Zaigham; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 17(2):639-644, February 2011.

Fontolizumab in moderate to severe Crohn's disease: A phase 2, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multiple-dose study

Reinisch, Walter; de Villiers, Williem; Bene, László; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 16(2):233-242, February 2010.

World Gastroenterology Organization Practice Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of IBD in 2010

Bernstein, Charles N.; Fried, Michael; Krabshuis, J. H.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 16(1):112-124, January 2010.

Longitudinal study of quality of life and psychological functioning for active, fluctuating, and inactive disease patterns in inflammatory bowel disease

Lix, Lisa M.; Graff, Lesley A.; Walker, John R.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 14(11):1575-1584, November 2008.

Population-based controlled study of social support, self-perceived stress, activity and work issues, and access to health care in inflammatory bowel disease

Rogala, Linda; Miller, Norine; Graff, Lesley A.; More

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 14(4):526-535, April 2008.

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