DrossmanCare Videos

Communication and Patient-Provider Relationship

12 Gurus

Understanding the stigma of DGBI’s and communication skills guidelines.

IBS: Ms. Byers Interviews

Two videos showing a challenging clinical presentation and how it can be successfully managed.

Life-Changing Communication Skills

In this brief video, Dr. Drossman discusses the educational center he has developed to accomplish this.

Conferences and Lectures

Charles Gerson Lectureship

Charles Gerson Lectureship at Mt. Sinai NYC Gastroenterology Grand Rounds Presented by Dr. Drossman: Patients with Severe Abdominal Pain, Feb. 28, 2020.

Diagnosis and Treatment

Relief from DGBIs (FGIDs)

Dr. Drossman Interviews Three Patients on How They Found Relief from DGBIs (FGIDs)

Overview of IBS and Other Functional GI Disorders

Dr. Drossman’s talk from the annual Symposium for Patients at the UNC Center for Functional GI & Motility Disorders.

Healthy Mind Healthy Body: Talking about your GI health

This video focuses on patient related aspects of addressing personal GI health issues with the physician.

Patients with Chronic Abdominal Pain

This video presents the understanding and management of patients with IBS.

Second Opinion series on PBS

Dr. Drossman discusses the treatment options and Erin talks about the challenges of living with IBS.



Rome Foundation

Drossman Recognition Reception San Diego 2019

Dr. Drossman was honored at the end of Digestive Disease Week for his service to The Rome Foundation and his contributions to the field of Disorders of the Gut/Brain Interaction and Provider/Patient Communication.

Archive – Bowel Disorders – IBS

Transforming your life through IBS Management

Life stories of six patients with IBS.

A Biopsychosocial Approach to IBS

An educational video that helps physicians understand the differences between patients with mild, moderate and severe IBS, presented using case formats.

Optimizing the Diagnosis and Management of IBS

An up to date overview of diagnosis and management of irritable bowel syndrome.