15th March 2018

Exploring the self-management of IBS and what that really means to you Saturday 14 April 2018, 08.

30am 5.30pm The Owen Building, Sheffield Hallam University, Hallam Square, Sheffield, S1 2LX The IBS Network, the national charity which supports thousands of people living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), is proud to be hosting its second IBS conference and exhibition on 14 April 2018 in Sheffield. Following the inaugural event's success two years ago, the 2018 conference is aimed at people living with IBS and healthcare professionals. Not only will delegates be able to listen and contribute to the discussions throughout the day, enjoy a tasty gut friendly lunch but in each delegate bag they will receive four weeks supply of Alflorex (valued at £24.95), a full size 200ml sample of silicolgel (valued at £8.29) money off vouchers from A2 Milk and Dr Schär, in addition to lots of information to help manage IBS symptoms. Join us for this unique event in a caring environment, helping to shape the support you need for the future. Download our conference programme and meet the speakers. To ensure you are a part of this event get your tickets now. From £5 per person (members of the network). Book your place online or call 0114 272 3253. Read full press release  

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