Learn all you need to know about management of IBS & optimising patient outcomes
This course is designed for all health professionals and students.
You should be a health professional practicing or student studying one of the following disciplines: Dietetics, Nutrition, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Psychology, Naturopathy.
To be eligible to undertake this course, you must also have a GI Institute Membership, create a membership account here
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects approximately one in seven people around the world, and health professionals have an important role in helping patients deal with this distressing condition.
This ten-week course from the GI Institute will equip you with everything you need to offer that support.
Delve into IBS diagnosis and the low FODMAP diet
The course starts with a comprehensive introduction to IBS including its pathophysiology and symptoms. You’ll learn how the Rome IV criteria and other tests are used in IBS diagnosis, how a positive IBS diagnosis is made in clinical practice, what FODMAP means, and why the low FODMAP diet is so widely recommended.
Our global expert presenters, encompassing both Gastroenterologist Dr William Chey and Registered Dietitians, will explore the nuances of IBS and the low FODMAP diet.
Study with the GI Institute’s world-renowned experts
GI Institute provides high-quality training on digestive health and diseases to health professionals around the world. With the support of the University of Michigan and the expertise of the GI Institute’s esteemed Advisory Panel, this course delivers truly exceptional education.
This course is designed for all health professionals and students interested in helping patients to deal with IBS. Doctors, pharmacists, nutritionists, dieticians, psychologists, and nurses are among those who will find it beneficial.
To take part in this course, you will need to register at www.giinstitute.com and will need an internet browser.