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Depression and anxiety in inflammatory bowel disease: A review of comorbidity and management
(Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 2009-07)
While there has been a great deal of speculation over the years on the importance of emotional factors in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), it is only in the last decade or so that studies with stronger designs have been ...
Stress coping, distress, and health perceptions in inflammatory bowel disease and community controls
(American Journal Gastroenterology, 2009-12)
OBJECTIVES: This study compares a community inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) sample of individuals with a matched non-IBD community sample of individuals on psychological functioning and health perceptions. METHODS: P ...
The Manitoba IBD Index: Evidence for a New and Simple Indicator of IBD Activity
(American Journal Gastroenterology, 2009-07)
OBJECTIVES: A single-item indicator of disease activity over an extended period of time, the Manitoba Inflammatory Bowel Disease Index (MIBDI), is introduced and compared against several standard measures for assessing ...
The Manitoba IBD Cohort Study: A population-based study of the prevalence of lifetime and twelve-month anxiety and mood disorders
(American Journal Gastroenterology, 2008)
BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Given the impact of anxiety and mood disorders on health, it is important to consider these disorders in persons with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). We assessed the prevalence of anxiety and mood ...
A population-based controlled study of social support, self perceived stress, activity and work issues and access to health care in IBD
(Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 2008)