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Fall 2021 Live Online Community Conference - Stronger Together: Cultivating Our Shared Future

On Thursday, September 30 and Friday, October 1, ImproveCareNow will host their fourth Live Online Community Conference (LOCC). Sessions begin on September 30 at 9:30 AM ET (8:30 AM CT, 7:30 AM MT, 6:30 AM PT) and continue through 5:30 PM ET when a casual Post Conference Exhibitor Time begins. Sessions resume again on October 1 at 10:00 AM ET and continue through the early part of the day, with a wrap up scheduled at 3:40 PM ET. 

All are welcome to join us for this interactive, online event where we plan to all teach and all learn about topics including: IBD, identity and intersectionality; building community and co-producing during physical distancing; fatigue and sleep difficulties; body image & disordered eating; and cultivating safe and successful patient-provider relationships.

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PAC Moment: IBD, College & Routines

It’s back to school time! For me (Fionna), accommodations and communicating with my professors have been super helpful! Let’s see what PAC members have to say about managing IBD at college, and how it impacts their routines.

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No bones about it - Vitamin D & IBD

Getting enough vitamin D is especially important for growing kids, because it is involved in bone growth, bone density and bone strength, and in growth itself. Vitamin D also appears to have other health benefits.

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I've stuck with rice throughout my IBD journey.

In this post, I decided to write about another staple of my diet: rice. As someone from southern India, my diet has always included rice, but it has become especially important as I have tried diets that limit gluten.

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Episode 11 of the imPACt podcast - Transitioning to Adult Care

Episode 11 of the imPACt podcast brings together young adult PAC members and Dr. Michele Maddux, a clinical psychologist at Children’s Mercy Hospital, for a candid discussion about the many aspects of transitioning from pediatric to adult IBD care.

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