FYIDo you have IBS? Participate from home in a research study testing new questionnaires to evaluate medical symptoms and conditions common in IBS sufferers. Now Enrolling Individuals with IBS Across the U.S. UNC Center for Functional GI & Motility Disorders at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is conducting a pilot study testing two new questionnaires to assess what medical conditions and symptoms are common in patients with irritable bowel syndrome. Study Title: Psychometric Evaluation of the CCQ and RPSQ. Principal Investigator: William E. Whitehead, Ph.D. Co-investigators: Olafur S. Palsson, Psy.D. Kenneth R. Jones, Ph.D. Douglas A. Drossman, M.D. Study Description: Potential participants will complete questionnaires online (using only an ID number so no personal information submitted online can be tracked to individuals). Individuals who meet the study criteria will be invited to participate and will be mailed two sets of questionnaires to complete at home, two weeks apart. Participants will receive $25 for completing the study. A total of 50 people will complete participation in the study. No clinic visits are required in this study, IBS sufferers nationwide are invited to enroll. To participate, you must have been diagnosed with IBS by a physician At least 18 years old Speak English as your primary language. If you are interested in participating in this study, please click "how to sign up" below to learn if you meet the criteria for participating and to sign up for the study online: Here is the link to the page to sign up. http://www.med.unc.edu/medicine/fgidc/homestudy.htm ------------------Moderator of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Anxiety and Hypnotherapy forum.I work with Mike building his websites. www.ibsaudioprogram and www.healthyaudio.com I also work with Mike in IBS clinical trials using Mikes tapes at an IBS research facility.My own website on IBS is www.ibshealth.com Please visit for accurate information on IBS.