Learning Modules

Gastrointestinal Health

Learning Modules

Gastrointestinal Health

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Released in March 2022                     

More than 40% of the global population have functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs)1 and in Australia, 1 in 4 adults and 20.6% of children are diagnosed with Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)/Metabolic associated fatty liver disease (MAFLD),2,10,12 with an exponential increase in burden of disease predicted. MAFLD is likely to become the leading global indication for liver transplantation within the next decade11 with an anticipated increase of 85% by 2030.

These alarming statistics highlight a significant shortfall in integrative gastrointestinal (GI) care specialists.

Join leading NEM experts in this on-demand learning module (released 31 March 2022) to learn:

  • How to conduct a microbiota assessment 
  • How to interpret pathology testing and other investigations 
  • Protocol and prescribing explanations
  • Clinical insights for improved clinical outcomes in Gluten Intolerance, Coeliac Disease, Histamine Intolerance, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Heartburn and GERD, SIBO and Leaky GUT and Bile Health 

Also included: 

  • downloadable PDF of presenter’s slides, clinical handouts and support materials 
  • evidence-based research summary including links to referenced research papers 
  • Case study discussion and clinical gems from leading GIT health experts 

Learning outcomes: 

  1. Evaluate treatment strategies for complex digestive disorders  
  2. Evaluate treatment strategies for infectious gastrointestinal conditions 
  3. Summarise evidence-based lifestyle interventions that can assist in the management of symptoms associated with gastrointestinal disorders. 
  4. Design a comprehensive management plan using probiotic, prebiotics, synbiotics and colonic foods for disorders of the digestive system 

Presenters:

Dr Nirala Jacobi, Dr Jason Hawrelak, Dr Michael Ruscio, Dr Arun Dhir, Dr Steven Sandberg-Lewis, Dr James Read, Dr Anil Asthana, Dr Joanna Harnett, Dawn Whitten, Alyssa Tait and Marieke Rodenstein

It’s time to implement sustainable health practices that reduce the incidence of gastrointestinal illness.

Did you know, environmental changes are leading causes of GI health conditions?

  • PM (2.5) after extreme weather events – Metabolic associated fatty liver disease (MAFLD) and Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)3,4
  • Endocrine-disrupting chemical exposure and NAFLD3,4
  • Trauma-related disorders – gut microbiome5
  • Post viral COVID-19 infection (IBS, Dyspepsia and microbiota)6,7
  • Long-term environmental exposure to micro and nanoplastics – microbiota and digestive enzymes8

References 

*access valid for 3 months. Extended time is available for purchase at a small fee

  • Introduction to Gastrointestinal Health
  • Preconception Care and the Microbiome
  • Infancy and the Microbiome
  • ‘The Gluten Spectrum’ – Gluten Intolerance and
    Coeliac Disease
  • Gut Dysbiosis, Immune Activation, and
    Histamine Intolerance – Untangling The Web
  • Part 1: Probiotics, Prebiotics and MicrobiotaNourishing foods
  • Part 2: Probiotics, Prebiotics and MicrobiotaNourishing foods
  • Dietary Management of Irritable Bowel
    Syndrome
  • Dysbiosis – The Importance of the GIT
    Microbiota
  • Part 1: GIT Microbiota Assessment – Dissecting
    Pathology Results
  • Part 2: GIT Microbiota Assessment – Dissecting
    Pathology Results
  • Case study: Low Diversity
  • Case study: Pathogenic Bacteria and the Use
    of Pre and Probiotics
  • Case study: Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease: An update
  • Heartburn and GORD: Management options,
    controversies, and future implications
  • What is SIBO: Pathophysiology, Clinical
    Presentation and Diagnosis
  • Treatment considerations for SIBO and its
    underlying causes
  • Case study: Lessons from the SIBO Frontline
  • Bile Acids and the Sterolbiome – Part 1
  • Bile Acids and the Sterolbiome – Part 2
  • Leaky Gut
  • Case study: H. Pylori

Customer Reviews

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4 reviews
  1. Anonymous

    “Awesome group of clinicians.”

  2. Anonymous

    “It has changed the way I will manage my patients…..very inspiring..”

  3. Anonymous

    “My practice has already changed dramatically since attending this module. Thank you.”

  4. ACNEM

    “This course was one of the best I have taken in this field. The lecturers are so knowledgeable and give so much useful information, that can be taken straight back to clinical work.” Dr Susan Oldfield, Integrative GP (NZ)

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