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Lower GI Update

A half-day gastroenterology seminar for GPs

Attend this seminar to gain 3 CPD hours

A half-day gastroenterology seminar for GPs

Attend this seminar to gain 3 CPD hours

A half-day gastroenterology seminar for GPs, focusing on lower gastrointestinal disorders, with expert advice on primary care hot topics such as the management of irritable bowel syndrome.

Download the Lower GI update brochure

Why Attend?

  • Equip yourself with the latest evidence-based treatments and self-care options for effective management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Ensure you identify and act on lower GI red flag symptoms while avoiding over-investigation
  • Establish effective referral strategies and influence the commissioning process for patients with lower GI disorders

Our Speakers will focus on:

  • Referral tips for red flag symptoms and organic disease
  • Established treatment options for patients with IBS
  • Effective care pathways for patients with lower GI disorders
  • The impact of the Health Bill and NHS reforms
  • The latest clinical evidence on probiotics

Our Expert Speakers:

  • Dr Jamie Dalrymple GP in Norwich, chair of the Primary Care Society for Gastroenterology and member of the NICE guideline group on IBS
  • Professor Pali Hungin professor of primary care and general practice, and dean of medicine, Durham University
  • Professor Peter Whorwell professor of medicine and gastroenterology, University of Manchester Medical School
  • Professor Roger Jones emeritus professor of general practice, King's College London and editor, British Journal of General Practice

Who should attend?

  • GPs
  • GP registrars

Dates & Venues:

  • London - 19 May
  • Manchester - 26 May
  • Newcastle - 16 June

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Book your place today

London - 19 May
Manchester - 26 May
Newcastle - 16 June

How to apply for your free place

To apply for your free place you must provide your credit card details or send a cheque for £75. If you do not attend on the day without cancelling 10 days before the event your £75 will be forwarded as a donation to The Gut Trust (from April 2011: The IBS Network). All cheques will be given back at reception on the day when you arrive.

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