Do you, or someone you care about, have a diagnosis of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and want to find out more about this condition?
Our brand new ‘TALKWORKS For Understanding IBS’ workshop, delivered in partnership with the Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Trust, is a 2 hour session, providing information and advice for living with IBS, based on the latest evidence. We will look at both the physical and emotional aspects of IBS and how these can interact to produce and maintain unpleasant symptoms.
This will include:
- What is IBS? Symptoms, possible causes and myths.
- Why do gut symptoms keep going?
- What are the links between diet and IBS?
- What is the latest evidence for treatment?
- What can we do to help us to manage the symptoms?
You’ll come away from the session with lots of useful information and resources to help you make helpful changes going forward. There will be time at the end for questions and feedback.
TALKWORKS FOR UNDERSTANDING IBS DATES
|Friday 3 November||10:00 (remote via MS Teams)|
|Monday 11 December||10:00 (remote via MS Teams)|
For the remote session, you will need a smartphone, laptop or computer, a working email address, and confidential space to take part. The sessions are open to adults (aged 18+) living in Devon (excluding Plymouth).
If you would like to attend this workshop, please call us on 0300 555 3344 to book your place.