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All you need to know about Irritable Bowel Syndrome in one day


All you need to know about Irritable Bowel Syndrome in one day

27th February 2014
Venue:
Hilton Manchester Deansgate hotel

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This meeting has been supported financially with an educational grant from Almirall.  Almirall had no input into the development or content of this meeting. Almirall will distribute invites to relevant healthcare professionals. This material has been internally reviewed by Almirall for factual accuracy and ABPIcode compliance.  UKLIN2306a November 2013

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'All you need to know about Irritable Bowel Syndrome in one day' has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 6 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s)


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About the conference



ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT IBS IN ONE DAY

We are delighted to invite you to this exciting CPD accredited conference presented by a panel of leading international experts on IBS.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a common functional disorder with high reported prevalence rates throughout the world. However it is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Although diet is important in this condition, a whole variety of other factors are involved in the production of symptoms and a full understanding of these can result in more effective management resulting in greater patient satisfaction.

This conference will bring together a group of top clinicians, scientists and researchers with an interest in IBS and other functional GI disorders to foster greater awareness of IBS, and update existing knowledge resulting in ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT IBS IN ONE DAY.

This conference will be held on the 27th of February 2014 at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate hotel and is of great relevance to practicing gastroenterologists, general practitioners and doctors in training, counsellors, occupational therapists, nurses and paediatricians, primary care physicians, psychologists, sociologists, and other health care providers interested in a complete update on IBS, scientists and academicians interested in investigation of these conditions, members of health policy and regulatory organisations

Topics will include

  • Patterns, Prevalence and Perceptions in IBS

  • Intestinal microbiota in IBS, including the role of pre-, pro- and antibiotics

  • Incorporating new diagnostics and drugs in to IBS management

  • Psychological aspects

  • The dietary management of irritable bowel syndrome

  • How do intestinal abnormalities in IBS link to symptoms

  • Mechanisms of visceral pain in IBS

  • Hypnosis for IBS.. What's it all about?

Plenary sessions will be interspersed with questions and answer sessions and panel discussions. The meeting represents a valuable opportunity to network, share knowledge and ideas, and consider collaborative projects.

Chaired by:

Professor Peter Whorwell
Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterology; Consultant Gastroenterologist with an international reputation for his research into functional gastrointestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome

Chair's Welcome and Hypnosis for IBS.. What's it all about?

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Professor Peter Whorwell

Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterology; Consultant Gastroenterologist with an international reputation for his research into functional gastrointestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome






Professor Qasim Aziz
Professor of Neurogastroenterology and director of the Wingate Institute of Neurogastroenterology

Mechanisms of Visceral Pain in IBS


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Professor Qasim Aziz

Professor of Neurogastroenterology and director of the Wingate Institute of Neurogastroenterology




Dr Anton Emmanuel
Senior Lecturer in Neuro-Gastroenterology at University College London and Consultant Gastroenterologist at University College Hospital and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery

Incorporating new diagnostics and drugs in to IBS management

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Dr Anton Emmanuel

Senior Lecturer in Neuro-Gastroenterology at University College London and Consultant Gastroenterologist at University College Hospital and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery




Professor Robin Spiller
Professor of Gastroenterology Head of Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre Lead Director of Nottingham Digestive Diseases Biomedical Research Unit

How do intestinal abnormalities in IBS link to symptoms

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Professor Robin Spiller

Professor of Gastroenterology Head of Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre Lead Director of Nottingham Digestive Diseases Biomedical Research Unit




Professor Else Guthrie
Professor of Psychological Medicine & Medical Psychotherapy

Psychological aspects

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Professor Else Guthrie

Professor of Psychological Medicine & Medical Psychotherapy




Dr Miranda Lomer
Senior Consultant Dietitian, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and Honorary Senior Lecturer, King's College London

The dietary management of irritable bowel syndrome


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Dr Miranda Lomer

Honorary Senior Lecturer in Nutritional Sciences




Professor APS Hungin
Dean of Medicine and the Head of the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health at Durham University. A medical doctor, he is also Professor of Primary Care and General Practice and the Director of the Centre for Integrated Healthcare Research within the School

Patterns, Prevalence and Perceptions in IBS


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Professor APS Hungin

Dean of Medicine and the Head of the School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health at Durham University. A medical doctor, he is also Professor of Primary Care and General Practice and the Director of the Centre for Integrated Healthcare Research within the School.




Professor Magnus Simrén
Consultant in the Department of Internal Medicine, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Göteborg, Sweden, and is Professor in Gastroenterology at the Department of Internal Medicine, Institute of Medicine, Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg

Intestinal microbiota in IBS, including the role of pre-, pro- and antibiotics


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Professor Magnus Simrén

Consultant in the Department of Internal Medicine, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Göteborg, Sweden, and is Professor in Gastroenterology at the Department of Internal Medicine, Institute of Medicine, Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg




Programme


Target Audience:

Practicing Gastroenterologists, General Practitioners and Doctors in training, Counsellors, Occupational Therapists, Nurses and Paediatricians, Primary Care Physicians, Psychologists, Sociologists, and other Health Care Providers interested in IBS, Dietitians, Scientists and Academicians interested in investigation of these conditions, members of health policy and regulatory organisations

Pharmaceutical company research, development and marketing managers interested in medical treatments.



About Hilton Manchester Deansgate hotel

Explore Manchester city center from the Hilton Manchester Deansgate hotel. Situated within the lower 23 floors of the 47 storey Beetham Tower, this contemporary Manchester, England hotel presents an iconic landmark on Manchester's impressive skyline. Just 25 minutes from Manchester International Airport, this modern hotel offers stunning views from floor-to-ceiling windows.

Work out in this Manchester hotel's LivingWell gym complete with cardiovascular equipment and weights, and refresh in the steam room or sauna. Swim lengths in the 20-meter indoor pool with underwater viewing panels or unwind in the poolside whirlpool. Rejuvenate with a range of spa treatments at the hotel's fabulous Spa 303.

Feast on fine cuisine with a contemporary British influence at Podium Restaurant. Savor cool evening cocktails or sparkling champagne at the popular Manchester bar, Cloud 23, located on the 23rd floor—its location and ambience are unique. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of Manchester's constantly changing cityscape. With its stylish, contemporary design, superb drinks menu, cocktails, and stylish soundtrack, Cloud 23 has an atmosphere like no other. Catch up with friends or colleagues at Podium Bar and indulge in a delicious light meal before partying into the early hours of the morning.


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The organiser is more than willing to discuss your ideas and adjust available opportunities for your existing materials, presentations or to convert our space to your idea, as long as this does not detract from the conference.

Fore more information and pricing please download the sponsorship pdf or contact us via email or phone:

Mr. Charlie Ioannou
Telephone: 0207 617 7374
Email: charlie@medineo.org

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The dietary management of irritable bowel syndrome by Dr Lomer approx 40 mins mp3

£4.99
Intestinal microbiota in IBS including the role of pre-pro-and antibiotics by Professor Simren approx 40 mins mp3

£4.99
Incorporating new diagnostics and drugs in to IBS management by Dr Emmanuel approx 40 mins mp3

£4.99
Psychological aspects by Professor Guthrie approx 40 mins mp3

£4.99
Patterns Prevalence and Perceptions in IBS by Professor Hugins

£4.99
How do intestinal abnormalites cause symptoms in IBS by Professor Spiller

£4.99
Central mechanisms of pain in IBS by Professor Aziz approx 40 mins mp3

£4.99
IBS in one day Hypnotherapy what's it all about? Professor Whorwell approx 40 mins mp3

£4.99
All  audio recordings

£30.00
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