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    AIR-P Presents:

    Preliminary Findings from GI Wanna Talk about Autism - A Mixed-Methods, Participatory Study of Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Autistic Adults

      Description: Gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms are prevalent in autistic individuals, but little is known about them in autistic adults. "G.I Wanna Talk About Autism" is a mixed-methods, participatory research study with the goal of 1) describing the lived experiences of autistic adults with GI symptoms, and 2) developing recommendations to improve the GI health of this population. Join this webinar to learn about the study's activities and preliminary findings.

      Calliope Holingue has long brown hair and is wearing a green shirt. She is wearing black-rimmed glasses and smiling against a brick wall with green plants

      Presented by: Calliope Holingue (pictured above) and Maggie Johnson (right)

        Maggie Johnson is pictured smiling with gold hoop earrings. She is wearing a white lab coat and has a stethoscope around her neck.



        Topics will include:

        • What is known about GI symptoms in autistic adults to date
        • Activities involved in the "G.I. Wanna Talk About Autism" study
        • Preliminary findings from qualitative interviews with autistic adults with GI symptoms
        • Preliminary recommendations on how to improve the GI health of autistic adults



        Scheduled for March 21, 2023 1p-2p PST

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