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November 2011 Newsletter

November APG Courses:

Highlights of the Study Day:

  • Practical tools and information necessary to manage the child with food allergies
  • Overview of the patient’s journey from diagnosis to treatment
  • Learn how to interpret allergy tests, implement elimination diets, choose hypoallergic formulae, and how to monitor tolerance.

 


Highlights of the Study Day:

  1. Innate and adaptive immunity 
  2. Monoclonals: the theory and the practice
  3. Investigations and Therapeutic experiences in:
    a. Rheumatology
    b. Allergy
    c. IBD
  4. Interactive case studies
  5. Complications of monoclonal related treatment 
  6. What’s new in IBD? State of the art lecture

 

About APG

 

APG was established by Dr Neil Shah and Dr Nikhil Thapar, Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologists at Great Ormond Street Hospital, (GOSH) London and renowned experts in the field of paediatric gastroenterology.

APG provides continuing education courses for doctors and Allied Health Professionals who wish to stay up to date in the latest research and procedures used in the paediatric gastroenterology specialty.

Click here to see all the courses for 2011


For course information please contact:

Kenes UK
1st Floor, Chesterfield House
385 Euston Road 
London NW1 3AU
Tel: 0207 383 8030
Email: apg@kenes.com 

 

October 2011 Newsletter

Practical Paediatric Gastroenterology course

Participate in practical workshops, clinical practice-based lectures and interactive cases sessions with international keynote speakers.

This two day course covers the practical management of common gastroenterological problems met in secondary paediatric practice. Topics to be discussed include evidence basis for treatment, requirements for specialist investigation and failed therapy.

Further your practical knowledge in a broad spectrum of common paediatric gastroenterological disorders!

You should attend if you are:

• Trainees and consultants in general paediatrics
• Trainees in paediatric gastroenterology
• Dieticians
• Nurses and allied health professionals

Topics include:

• Functional gastrointestinal disorders
• Pre- and probiotics in gastroenterology
• GI food allergy
• Gastrointestinal bleeding
• Gut motility disorders
• Gastro-oesophageal reflux and vomiting
• Constipation
• Coeliac disease
• Diarrhoea
• Inflammatory Bowel Disease
• Recurrent abdominal pain
• Hepatology
• Helicobacter Pylori

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Secure your space at this popular course…register online today!

About the Academy

 

APG was established by Dr Neil Shah and Dr Nikhil Thapar, Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologists at Great Ormond Street Hospital, (GOSH) London and renowned experts in the field of paediatric gastroenterology.

APG provides continuing education courses for doctors and Allied Health Professionals who wish to stay up to date in the latest research and procedures used in the paediatric gastroenterology specialty.

Click here to see all the courses for 2011


For course information please contact:

Kenes UK
1st Floor, Chesterfield House
385 Euston Road 
London NW1 3AU
Tel: 0207 383 8030
Email: apg@kenes.com 

 

Course Directors

Dr Fevronia Kiparissi

Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist,
Great Ormond Street Hospital, London

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to view Dr Kiparissi’s bio


Dr Mamoun Elawad

Consultant in Paediatric Gastroenterology
Great Ormond Street Hospital

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to view Dr Elawad’s bio


Rosan Meyer

Research Dietician, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London’

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to view Rosan Meyer’s bio


Dr Neil Shah

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Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London

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to view Dr Shah’s Bio


Dr Adam Fox

Consultant and Joint Clinical Lead of Allergy, St Thomas’ Hospital, London

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to view Dr Fox’s bio