Become part of the solution to your ulcerative colitis health challenges with our new success programme, now published for your e-reader. Contained within 3 sub volumes: 'Beating Ulcerative Colitis' is written by and for sufferers of this chronic and often life limiting condition. The aim of 'Movements' and our programmes, is to provide information for those who live with and overcome the challenges that their condition brings. We look at the optimum way to successfully live with a range of symptoms and how to manage their effect on daily life. The programme contains three key elements and is designed to become part of the user's own personal toolbox for successful management of their IBD condition. These are, 1 - The Programme, a collection of 200 + sections on living with ulcerative colitis - 2 - The Marketplace - covering 'partners in care', everyone supporting those living with ulcerative colitis today - 3 - The Journal, the author's own, frank, diary of life with ulcerative colitis and the process of treatment, surgery and convalescence.
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About the Author
Keith Buckley lives in North Yorkshire but was born in Oldham, Lancashire. Following a career working in building societies and banking he is the founder of a new publishing community called Movements (part of Sharp Edge Publishing). With the strap line, 'community, concern and care through communication', Movements is encouraging sufferers of chronic conditions to support each other by sharing their experience of living successfully with their symptoms and daily challenges. Movements is also bringing together all providers of products and services to this community, truly becoming 'a bridge between commerce and care'. Together with illustrator Andrew Gordon, he is originating and publishing information and strategy based programmes covering a wide range of conditions. Launched in 2014 - Movements 'Muffins' is a new imprint of Movements/Sharp Edge Publishing. It will further develop the Movements theme, making titles more accessible to a wider audience. When not aiming for these lofty ideals he enjoys motorcycling, watching motor sport (especially F1 & sports car racing), spending time in Crete and trying to learn Greek!