Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
5-11 Theobalds Road
RCPCH member - Consultant: £200
Non-RCPCH member: £250
This one-day course will provide you with practical and up-to-date guidance on managing the common gastrointestinal (GI) problems encountered in paediatrics.
We’ll cover chronic diarrhoea, functional GI disorders, difficult constipation and liver function tests. We’ll also explore whether probiotics have a role in GI disease and provide strategies for how to effectively support a young person with an eating disorder.
The expert faculty are consultants from across the UK with considerable expertise in this area of care, including Sheffield Children’s Hospital, Leeds General Infirmary and King’s College Hospital, London.
This study day will help delegates develop an approach for the management of common GI presentations.
Very good topics which were well-presented by the speakers. The online event ran very smoothly and was very informative.
- By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Develop a clinical approach for the investigation and management of chronic diarrhoea
- Describe the role of probiotics in GI disease
- Develop an approach for managing functional GI disorders
- Investigate and manage a patient with abnormal liver function tests
- Manage difficult constipation
- Recognise a young person with an eating disorder and understand the principles of management.
The faculty was very knowledgeable and delivery by all speakers was excellent.
- Paediatric trainees
- SAS doctors
- Nurses and allied health professionals with an interest in gastroenterology.
Dr Priya Narula is a Consultant Paediatric Gastroenterologist at Sheffield Children’s Hospital. She has been teaching faculty at the RCPCH for a number of years and has been leading our popular How to Manage: Gastroenterology course since 2014. She also led on our first ever ‘How to Manage’ course on Nutrition in 2012. Priya was also chair of the BSPGHAN Endoscopy working group until 2018, and chair of the Adolescent & Young Persons section of the BSG until 2021.