- Sat, Jun 3, 2017 09:30 AM
Latitude: -27.4954, Longitude: 153.012
The Low FODMAP Diet in Practice A CPD Seminar for Health Professionals The low FODMAP diet provides effective symptom management in up to 70% of people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). This dietary approach is considered current best practice in IBS management and is recommended by the UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and the British Dietetics Association. FODMAP Friendly, in combination with a range of IBS and FODMAP experts, is running CPD events for health professionals about the low FODMAP diet that meet the requirements for assessed CPD with APRA, DAA, NSA, and ANTA. You will learn about critical diagnostic tests and their use, when to recommend a low FODMAP diet, how the low FODMAP diet works, and key resources that can be used to assist patients following a low FODMAP diet. THIS EVENT IS FOR: Health Professionals who are interested in learning more about the low FODMAP diet and how it can be used to help their patients/clients. If you are looking for the Sydney seminar, please click here. If you are NOT a health professional, please see these seminars in Sydney or Brisbane. SEMINAR PROGRAM OUTLINE: The role of the low FODMAP diet in the management of IBS, Dr James Daveson, Gastroenterologist. In this session, you will learn about the symptomatology, pathophysiology and prevalence of IBS, along with the process by which IBS is diagnosed and the steps needed to ensure that other complicating conditions aren’t present. You will also discover why the low FODMAP diet is one of the best strategies available for managing IBS and how to know when the low FODMAP diet should be recommended for a patient. FODMAP fundamentals, Joanna Baker, Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Accredited Nutritionist, Registered Nurse, Everyday Nutrition, FODMAP Friendly. In this session, you will learn what FODMAPs are, how FODMAPs cause gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with IBS and the foods that are high in FODMAPs and the foods that are low in FODMAPs. The process of the low FODMAP diet, Chloe McLeod, Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Accredited Sports Dietitian, Accredited Nutritionist, The FODMAP Challenge. In this session, you will learn about the 3 phases of the low FODMAP diet: the elimination phase, the reintroduction phase, and the modified low FODMAP diet. Diagnostic breath testing and how to manage the presence of SIBO, Sarah Fimmel, Registered Nurse, Stream Diagnostics. In this session, you will learn the principles of diagnostic breath testing and its value for people with IBS, how breath testing can be used to decide how to proceed with a low FODMAP diet, and how to determine if a patient has SIBO and what to do if SIBO is present. Resources to help people who need a low FODMAP diet, Shaynie Ashkenazi, Associate Nutritionist, FODMAP Friendly. In this session, you will learn why FODMAP testing of foods matters and how it is done, about a smartphone app that can be used to identify safe foods while grocery shopping, and how to determine which packaged foods are FODMAP Friendly and suitable for a low FODMAP diet. Meeting nutrient needs, Atlanta Miall, Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Accredited Sports Dietitian, Accredited Nutritionist, FODMAP Nutrition & Dietetics. In this session, you will learn about the key nutrients that are an issue for all people who follow a low FODMAP diet, the nutrients that become a concern when additional food intolerances are present, and how to ensure that nutritional deficiency doesn’t occur. What if the low FODMAP diet isn’t working? Dr Glenda Bishop, Registered Nutritionist and Neuroscientist, A Less Irritable Life. In this session, you will learn about what it means if the low FODMAP diet isn’t working for a patient with IBS, along with other dietary and lifestyle factors that can trigger IBS symptoms, including those that promote gastric reflexes and disturb the gut-brain axis. Q&A session This final session will give you a chance to ask questions of any of the speakers. We want you to leave with the best understanding of the low FODMAP diet as possible so that you can help your patients and clients to eat with confidence and get their IBS under control. WHERE & WHEN: University of Queensland - St Lucia Campus 3 June 2017 1.30pm - 5.30pm St Lucia Campus - Holt Function Room, Building 21C, Level 3 Please arrive for registration at least 20 minutes prior to start time PRICES: Early Bird: $95.00 (ends 19th May 2017) Standard ticket: $115.00 TICKET INFORMATION: You are not required not print your ticket or provide copy of ticket confirmation on the day Please check in at the Registration table on your arrival Ensure you provide your correct name details when purchasing tickets for your CPD certificate of completion Tickets to this seminar are NOT refundable or transferable ** Note ** Ensure you are purchasing tickets for the correct date, location and seminar type. There are similar events in The Low FODMAP Diet Seminar Series being held on the same day and at other locations. If you are NOT a Health Professional, click here to attend the seminar that would be more suitable for you. For details about getting there and further information about the seminar, please see the FAQs FAQs What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? University of Queensland - St Lucia Campus: Car - The most convenient parking locations are “Pay & Display” parking, which have ticket machines that you then display on your dash. They are located behind the Schonell Theatre at the base of Building 21, or underneath the UQ Centre (27A). Both of these areas are accessible by entering the University on Sir Fred Schonell Drive, going through the first two roundabouts and turning left into Blair Drive. Union Road is on the Right, please follow this road up the hill and around to the left behind the Schonell Theatre. Access to the building is in the centre, next to the child playground.**Parking on weekends at the University of QLD is free. Bus - The closest bus stop is at the end of the Eleanor Schonell Bridge, which links the University with Dutton Park (across the river). Otherwise, the main bus stop within the University is located on Chancellors place, from there walk through the Great Court to the Union Complex. Visit Translink QLD for timetables Ferry or City CatThe University of Queensland City Cat stop is located across the road from the University Swimming Pool. From this stop it is just a 3 to 5 minute walk up the hill to the end of Union Road. This stop is the final one before the City Cat turns around to go back into the city. Map - St_Lucia Campus Map What is provided on the day? You will recieve a goodie bag at registration filled with a large range of FODMAP Friendly certified product samples for your enjoyment. There is a 30 minute afternoon tea break where tea/coffee and other FODMAP Friendly snacks will be provided. Only lactose free milk will be served with tea/coffee. Can I claim CPD points for attendance? Yes, you can claim CPD points for attending this seminar. You will be given a certificate of completion upon registration. Please ensure you enter the correct name details upon purchasing, as this is what will be written on your certificate.