Crohn’s and Colitis Canada offers a number of educational webinars throughout the year for individuals living with or affected by IBD and their families.
Webinars are led by expert clinicians and researches in the field of IBD that cover a variety of topics including treatments, diet and nutrition, symptom management, mental health, transitions from pediatric to adult care, and more! Frequently asked questions about these topics are answered by the experts during the live webinar.
For information about upcoming national education webinars, please visit our Education Events page.
Once a live webinar has taken place, the video is uploaded and can be found below for your viewing.
Cannabis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Learn about cannabis for individuals living with Crohn's or colitis. Experts discuss the use ...
Fertility and Pregnancy in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Learn from expert gastroenterologista about fertility and pregnancy for individuals living with C...
Pain in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Learn from a nurse specialist and expert in the field about mechanisms and causes of pain in...
Eating Well with IBD
Learn from a Registered Dietician and person living with IBD about the impact of IBD on...
New and Emerging Treatments: Biotherapies
Learn from an expert gastroenterologist about biologic and biosimilar treatment options that have...
Below the Surface: Mental Health and IBD
Learn from an expert clinician and person living with IBD about the relationship between chr...
Managing the Cost of Care: Budgeting with a Chronic Illness
An IBD nurse specialist and person living with IBD reviews cost and access to Crohn's an...
Understanding the Basics of Ostomies and Pelvic Pouches
Learn from an enterostomal therapy nurse about the basics of ostomies and pelvic pouches, an...
Subsequent Entry Biologics (Biosimilars)
Learn from an expert gastroenterologist about subsequent entry biologics, also known as 'bios...
Understanding your Journey with Ulcerative Colitis
Expert gasteroenterologist reviews the Canadian clinical practice guidelines for managing ulcerat...