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Neurogastroenterology disorders are the most likely reason for patients to present to GI outpatient clinics. Despite advances in neurogastroenterology and motility in the last decade there is negligible training in physiological investigation of and evidence-based management of these disorders. 

This 2 day course delivered by an international panel of experts is aimed at doctors , dieticians and nurses. It will use a problem- based approach to cover the basic pathophysiology and evidence-based treatment of the functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs). More topical concepts including the role of diet, microbiota, enteroendocrine cells and the use of neuromodulators will also be explored. This training will be complemented by skills stations covering the indications, techniques and interpretation of upper and lower GI physiology testing, as well as techniques for communicating difficult concepts with patients. Delegates will also be invited to share difficult cases for MDT discussion with an expert panel. 

Learning objectives:

1.      Why functional gastrointestinal disorders arise and the mechanism for symptom generation 
2.      How to treat functional gastrointestinal disorders
3.      When to request motility tests and how to interpret them
4.      How to optimise your consultation with patients with difficult functional gastrointestinal disorders

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Registration costs
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Consultants and general practitioners
For 2 days: £200  (£170 early bird – before 1 February 2019)
For single day: £125 (Early Bird £100 –before Feb 2019)

Trainees and allied health care professionals (will need proof of status)
For 2 days: £80  (£60 early bird –before 1 Feb 2019)
For single day: £40


Download the course programme from the QMUL website


Download the Speaker biographies here


Clark Kennedy Lecture Theatre
Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry, Queen Mary, University of London
Queen Mary Innovation Building
5 Walden Street
London E1 2EF