IBS: THE PATIENT’S PERSPECTIVE
A ONE DAY CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of The IBS Network
Saturday 16th April 2016
Holiday Inn Royal Victoria Hotel, Sheffield
A unique event, presented by people who have IBS
with responses by key health care professionals.
Free to those with IBS & to Health Care professionals
Tackling the questions you want answered
What is it like to live with IBS? What can be done about it?
What’s in a name? Does the diagnosis matter?
What can I eat?
What do we want from research?
How can I work with my health professionals?
How I learnt to manage my IBS?
Experts include Doctor Anton Emmanuel and Professors Qasim Aziz and Peter Whorwell. Our team of patient experts include Sam Bearfoot, Angie Usher and Susan Frisby.
COOKING FOR THE SENSITIVE GUT
in which Dr Joan Ransley will demonstrate the principles of preparing simple yet delicious meals for people with IBS.
Buffet lunch of IBS friendly foods. Opportunity to visit the exhibition.
Awards to patients and health professionals for services to IBS.
The four-star Holiday Inn Royal Victoria Hotel, Sheffield
Victoria Station Road, Sheffield S4 7YE. (Sat Nav users ENTER: S1 2AU)
Special rates have been negotiated for delegates and exhibitors at the conference, quote The IBS Network when booking.
£79 for single occupancy, £89 for double occupancy Bed and Breakfast staying at the Royal Victoria Hotel.
£69 for single occupancy and £79 for a double occupancy for Bed and Breakfast staying at Holiday Inn Express, which is a three-minute walk.
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Tickets are free of charge to health care professionals and those living with IBS. However, if you are a representative of, or employed by, a commercial company, tickets are £25. Tickets to this conference are limited so make sure you book your place early!
To book your place at this ground-breaking conference please reply to this email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your contact details or phone The IBS Network on 0114 272 3253.