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Endorsed Event: The 2nd London Neurogastroenterology Course 2021

Endorsed Event: The 2nd London Neurogastroenterology Course 2021

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We’re proud to endorse the 2nd London Neurogastroenterology Course 2021.

Neurogastroenterology disorders are the most likely reason for patients to present to GI outpatient clinics. Despite major clinical advances in the field of neurogastroenterology and motility in the last decade, there is very limited training in evidence-based management and physiological investigation of these disorders. This three-day course, delivered virtually by an international panel of experts, is aimed at doctors, dieticians, nurses, and other health care professionals who manage patients with functional gastrointestinal disorders.

The first two days will consist of interactive problem-based sessions to cover the basic pathophysiology and evidence-based treatment of functional gastrointestinal disorders using a holistic symptom-based approach, also including the role of diet, microbiota, psychology, and lifestyle interventions. The third day will involve small group workshops covering upper and lower GI physiology performance and interpretation, and nurse-led biofeedback for anorectal disorders.

BSG members will receive a 30% discount on registration fees for both the 3-day and 2-day tickets.

Event endorsed by the BSG.

Cost

BSG members will receive a 30% discount on registration fees. A 3-day (5-7 July) ticket will cost £150, and a 2-day (5-6 July) ticket will cost £90.

 

Programme

Time Topic Speaker
8:30-8:45 Introduction and welcome to LNC 2021 Dr Asma Fikree

Gastroenterology consultant Royal London Hospital

8:45-9:15 Epidemiology of FGID Dr Imran Aziz

Senior Lecturer in Gastroenterology University of Sheffield

Oesophageal
9:15-9:50 Dysphagia and eosinophilic oesophagitis Dr Phil Woodland

Gastroenterology consultant Royal London Hospital

9:50-10:30 Upper GI Physiology testing – what, when and how Dr Rami Sweis

Gastroenterology consultant University College Hospital

10:30-10:50 Coffee break
Gastro- oesophageal
10:50-11:30 Reflux disorders Professor Serhat Bor

Professor of Gastroenterology Ege University, Turkey

11:30-12:10 Rumination and belching Professor Daniel Sifrim

Professor of Gastroenterology Queen Mary University of London

12:10-12:40 Lunch
Gastroduodenal
12:40-1:20 Dyspepsia Professor Jan Tack

Professor of Gastroenterology University of Leuven, Belgium

1:20-2:00 Vomiting Disorders Dr Natalia Zarate-Lopez

Gastroenterology consultant University College Hospital

2:00-2:30 Dietetic approach to gastroparesis type symptoms Lee Martin

Dietician

University College Hospital

2:30-2:50 Coffee break
Hot topics
2:50-3:30 Gastrointestinal Manifestations of Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Dr Asma Fikree

Gastroenterology consultant Royal London Hospital

3:30-4:10 Food allergies and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome Dr Anne Maitland

Consultant Allergist and Immunologist

Mount Sinai Hospital, USA

4:10-4:40 Obesity and the gut Dr Madusha Peiris

Senior Lecturer

Queen Mary University of London

4:40-5:00 Coffee break
MDT discussion of complex case To feed or not to feed that is the question
5:00-5:15 Case Dr Alicia Green

Neurogastroenterology Fellow Queen Mary University of London

5:15-5:40 Role of enteral and parenteral nutrition in functional gastrointestinal disorders Dr Peter Paine

Gastroenterology consultant Salford Royal Hospital

5:40-6:00 Nutritional consequences of vomiting and food restriction TBC
6:00-6:30 Psychological approaches to vomiting Dr Chris Garrett

Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist Royal London Hospital

6:30-6:50 Q&A session MDT Panel
6:50-7:00 Close of day 1
Time Topic Speaker
Bowel
8:20-8:30 Welcome Day 2

David Wingate Memorial Symposium

Dr Asma Fikree

Gastroenterology consultant

Royal London Hospital

Professor Charles Knowles

Professor of Surgery

Queen Mary University of London

8:30-9:10 Bloating and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth Professor Magnus Simren

Professor of Gastroenterology

University of Gothenberg, Sweden

9:10 – 9:50 Diarrhoea Professor Robin Spiller

Professor of Gastroenterology

University of Nottingham

9:50 – 10:20 Dietary approaches to IBS Dr Miranda Lomer

Senior Consultant Dietician

Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital

10:20-10:40 Coffee break
MDT discussion of complex case
10:40-10:50 Case of severe constipation Dr Paul Vollebregt

Gastroenterology Fellow

Queen Mary University of London

10:50-11:15 Chronic constipation Dr Maura Corsetti

Associate Professor of Gastroenterology

University of Nottingham

11:15-11:40 Faecal incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction Professor Charles Knowles

Professor of Surgery

Queen Mary University of London

11:40-12:10 Physiological investigation of lower GI symptoms Dr Mark Scott

Director of Lower GI

Physiology Unit Royal London Hospital

12:10-12:35 Bowel habit training Ann Curry

Colorectal Specialist Nurse

Royal London Hospital

12:35-12:50 Q&A session Panel
12:50-1:20 Lunch break
Wingate Memorial Lecture  
1:20-1:40 Introduction and tribute to David Wingate

 

Professor Qasim Aziz

Professor of Gastroenterology

Queen Mary University of London

1:40-2:30 Tips and Tricks on communicating with patients about FGID Professor Doug Drossman

Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Psychiatry

University of North Carolina, USA

2:30-2:40 Coffee break
MDT discussion of a complex case  
2:40-2:50 Case of intractable abdominal pain Dr Rabia Lalani

Neurogastroenterology Fellow

Queen Mary University of London

2:50-3:20 Centrally mediated abdominal pain Professor Qasim Aziz

Professor of Gastroenterology

Queen Mary University of London

3:20-3:45 Psychological and lifestyle approaches to abdominal pain Dr Peter Byrne

Consultant Liaison

Psychiatrist Royal London Hospital

3:45-4:10 Pain interventions for abdominal pain: pharmacological and non-pharmacological Dr Jayne Gallagher

Consultant Anaesthetist

Royal London Hospital

4:10-4:30 Q&A session Panel
4:30-4:40 Coffee break
Brain-gut- microbiota axis  
4:40-5:10 Brain-gut axis and the role of a psychologist Dr Steven Coen

Clinical Psychologist

Royal Free Hospital

5:10-5:40 Hypnotherapy in IBS Professor Peter Whorwell

Professor of Gastroenterology

University of Manchester

5:40-6:10 Prebiotics and probiotics in FGID Professor Kevin Whelan

Professor of Dietetics

King’s College London

Keynote Lecture

6:10-6:50

 

Psychobiotics Professor John Cryan

Professor of Anatomy and Neuroscience

University College Cork

6:50-7:00 Close of day 2

Workshops on:

  • Interpretation of GI physiology: reflux testing – case based
  • Interpretation of GI physiology: oesophageal manometry – case based
  • Interpretation of GI physiology: anorectal physiology – case based
  • Nurse-led biofeedback

More information to be posted as it becomes available.

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Date And Time

05-07-2021 @ 08:30 to
07-07-2021 @ 19:00
 

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