Telephone Research Study: iStep Study for Mothers with Irritable Bowel Syndrome NEW

Seattle Children’s Research Institute, Seattle, Washington, USA

The following telephone research study seeking volunteers is being conducted by the Seattle Children’s Research Institute in Seattle, Washington, USA. It is open to women with a diagnosis of IBS and abdominal pain who are also parenting a child or children ages 5-10 who do not have abdominal pain. The study consists of  a 30 minute interview scheduled at the researchers’ and participants’ mutual convenience.  It is not necessary to live in the local Seattle area to participate. The purposes of the study are to determine the impact of maternal IBS and abdominal pain on mothers and their children, the skills that would be help mothers balance IBS management with parenting, and if there is interest in an online program to help with parenting. The principal investigator of this study is Tonya Palermo, PhD, Professor at the Institute’s Center for Child Health, Behavior and Development.

If you are interested in participating in this study, the full description and screening form can be found at this link.

Please address any questions directly to the Research Coordinator, Denae Clohessy at the phone number or email given on the linked page

Additional IBS Studies opportunities in several countries that are currently seeking volunteers can be found on the linked page.

Posted: September 2019