Disordered Gut Terrain
For far too long the GIT, its function and terrain have been viewed rather simplistically, however as research continues to advance the complexities of the GIT are being unmasked. In this seminar series we bring you three presentations which delve deeply into the intricate nature of the digestive terrain and the many ways it can become dysfunctional and manifest as GIT disease.
Many dysbiotic and chronic inflammatory gut disorders are increasing at alarming rates and now represent a significant clinical demographic. At the same time, there has been an explosion of new medical research and controversies, to the extent that the busy clinician might find it a challenge to keep their knowledge and understanding up to date.
Each expert presenter will share the latest evidence in understanding pathological changes to the GIT terrain and their progression. As well as impart comprehensive clinical approaches to managing each distinct GIT disorder to equip you with effective patient strategies.
- Session 1: Navigating GIT Pathology and the Evolution of Specialised Fibre Rx Presented by Dr Elizabeth Steels
- Session 2: New and Advanced Perspectives on Managing Inflammatory Bowel Disease Presented by Kerry Bone
- Session 3: Small Intestinal Microbial Dysbiosis (SIMD) and the Damaged GIT Epithelium Presented by Amina Eastham-Hillier
Materials available include:
- Video Recordings
- Audio Recordings
- Digital Notes and Resources
- CPE Certificate of Attendance (5 Contact Hours)