Psychosocial screening should be an integral part of care for adolescents and young adults with IBD because they have a significant burden of depression and difficulty in coping, Australian researchers say. A Queensland study compared psychosocial measures in 51 young people with IBD and 210 with CF, juvenile rheumatic disease, phenylketonuria, renal transplants and craniomaxillofacial ...
Youth IBD services urged to provide in-house psychological support
By Mardi Chapman
14 Sep 2020