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What Do Surveys Tell Us?

Surveys are an important way to learn more about the experience of living with a digestive disorder. View results of surveys conducted by IFFGD and learn what investigators are finding as they search for answers to help those with digestive disorders.

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IFFGD’s 2021 COVID Impact On GI Survey

With the help of patients, caregivers, and our Industry Council, IFFGD has created a survey to gain insight into the impact COVID-19 and the pandemic has had on the Gastrointestinal (GI) Illness population. We hope this will assist healthcare providers, law makers and industry partners on the future care of patients.  This survey will take approximately 7 minutes. Participants do not have to have been diagnosed with COVID or received a COVID vaccine.

IFFGD’s 2021 rGERD Assessment Survey

IFFGD has been working with the International Working Group for the Classification of Oesophagitis (IWGCO) to create a survey to better understand the illness experience of those with Refractory Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (rGERD). Refractory Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (rGERD) is very common and may affect up to 40% of people who use a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) once daily.  You can participate in this survey. Approximate time to take this survey is 6 minutes. 

IFFGD’s 2020 IBS Patients’ Illness Experience and Unmet Needs Survey

IFFGD is conducting a survey to asses the illness experience and unmet needs of IBS patients. This survey will take approximately 30–45 minutes to complete. The variation in time is dependent on each participant due to certain responses triggering additional follow-up questions. Participants must be diagnosed with IBS by a healthcare provider.

Achalasia Patient Opinion Survey

IFFGD is looking for people with achalasia symptoms and/or a history of POEM surgery for achalasia to complete this survey. Please take a few minutes to share your insight and experiences.

GERD Patient Opinion Survey

IFFGD is looking for people with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) or acid reflux symptoms to complete this survey. Please take a few minutes to share your insight and experiences in this short survey.

CoRDS Achalasia Questionnaire

IFFGD has teamed up with Coordination of Rare Diseases at Stanford (CoRDS) to create an achalasia questionnaire. Please take a few minutes to share your insight and experience. 

CoRDS Anal Fistulas Questionnaire

IFFGD has teamed up with Coordination of Rare Diseases at Stanford (CoRDS) to create an anal fistula questionnaire. This module takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. Please take a few minutes to share your insight and experience. 

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