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‘Frontline IBD: Nutrition in IBD – what to do in theory and practice’

22 Mar, 16 | by Dr Philip J Smith, Frontline Gastroenterology Trainee Editor

After the great #FGDebate with the Dr Johnson, we are delighted to announce our next #FGDebate will be on Tuesday 22nd March 2016 with Dr Richard Hansen, Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist and Ms Joan Gavin, Paediatric Gastroenterology Dietician, at 8-9pm GMT and will discuss, ‘Frontline IBD: Nutrition in IBD – what to do in theory and practice’.

Dr Richard Hansen is a Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist at the new Glasgow Children’s Hospital. His main clinical interests are in inflammatory bowel disease, Helicobacter pylori and paediatric liver disease. He completed a PhD in gastrointestinal microbiology in 2012 and has published widely in this field. His ongoing research focuses on microbial therapeutic approaches to managing inflammatory bowel disease, including projects looking at nutrition, probiotics and faecal transplantation. Dr Hansen has been an early advocate of Twitter for free open access medical education (#FOAMED) and currently runs the twitter feed for British Society of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (@BSPGHAN), including the live tweeting of key conferences

Dr Richard Hansen

Dr Richard Hansen

 

Ms Joan Gavin is a Paediatric Gastroenterology Dietitian at Southampton Children’s Hospital. Her main interests are inflammatory bowel disease and gut allergy/intolerance. She has completed a masters degree on gastrointestinal malabsorption and has published work on nutritional intakes in inflammatory bowel disease. Joan recently presented data on maintenance nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease highlighting it’s role in prolonging remission at the BSPGHAN conference in January this year.

Ms Joan Gavin

Ms Joan Gavin

 

The #FGDebate will be a practical discussion about how to approach Nutrition in IBD from a theoretical and practical point of view.  We hope you can join us then using #FGDebate

 

Missed the #FGDebate with Dr Mark McAlindon? Catch up with the Podcast and Storify summary of the debate here – ‘Frontline Capsule Endoscopy: The end of the endoscope is nigh’

16 Sep, 15 | by Dr Philip J Smith, Frontline Gastroenterology Trainee Editor

If you missed the #FGDebate with Dr Mark McAlindon on ‘Frontline Capsule Endoscopy: The end of the endoscope is nigh,’ you can catch up with the:

 

Podcast after the #FGDebate at

 

https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/frontline-capsule-endoscopy-the-end-of-the-endoscope-is-nigh

 

Or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate at

 

https://storify.com/FrontGastro_BMJ/frontline-capsule-endoscopy-the-end-of-the-endosco

 

Don’t forget to join us for the next #FGDebate is with the SWiG-BSG Network Mentoring Team, Dr Cathryn Edwards (@CathrynmEdwards), Dr Jayne Eaden (@JayneEaden), Dr Penny Neild (@pneild), Dr Siwan Thomas Gibson (@SiwanTG), Dr Melanie Lockett (@lockett_dr) and Dr Alenka Brooks (@AlenkaBrooks) on Tuesday 22nd September 2015, at 8-9pm GMT and will discuss, ‘Frontline Gastroenterology: Supporting Women in Gastroenterology’.

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Missed the #FGDebate with Dr Simon Gabe? Catch up with the Podcast and Storify summary of the debate here – ‘Frontline Nutrition: The management of intestinal failure’

10 May, 15 | by Dr Philip J Smith, Frontline Gastroenterology Trainee Editor

If you missed the #FGDebate with Dr Simon Gabe on ‘Frontline Nutrition: The management of intestinal failure,’ you can catch up with the:

Podcast after the #FGDebate at

Or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate at

https://storify.com/FrontGastro_BMJ/frontline-nutrition-the-management-of-intestinal-f

Don’t forget to join us for the next debate which is the DDW 2015 Special #FGDebate with Professor Edward Loftus, Professor of Gastroenterology and IBD,  Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA, on Monday 11th May 2015, at 9-10pm GMT and will discuss, ‘Frontline IBD: Hot topics in IBD’.

Missed the #FGDebate with Prof Saunders? Catch up with the Podcast and Storify summary of the debate here – ‘Frontline Endoscopy: Polypectomy – tips, tricks, and which to remove endoscopically’

12 Apr, 15 | by Dr Philip J Smith, Frontline Gastroenterology Trainee Editor

If you missed the #FGDebate with Professor Brian Saunders on ‘Frontline Endoscopy: Polypectomy – tips, tricks, and which to remove endoscopically,’ you can catch up with the:

Podcast after the #FGDebate at

https://soundcloud.com/bmjpodcasts/frontline-endoscopy-polypectomy-tips-tricks-and-which-polyps-to-remove-endoscopically?in=bmjpodcasts/sets/frontline-gastroenterology

Or the Storify summary of the #FGDebate at

https://storify.com/FrontGastro_BMJ/frontline-endoscopy-tips-tricks-and-which-to-remov

Don’t forget to join us for the next debate with Dr Simon Gabe (@simongabe), Consultant Gastroenterologist and Intestinal Failure Specialist, St. Mark’s Hospital, London, on Tuesday 14th April 2015, at 8-9pm GMT and will discuss, ‘Frontline Nutrition: The management of intestinal failure’.

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