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How to Treat IBS Effectively:
A Video Presentation Archive for Physicians and Other Health Professionals

This is a video archive of presentations given in an educational symposium held by the UNC Center for Functional GI & Motility Disorders in Chapel Hill, NC, on November 2, 2013. The symposium brought together many prominent experts on the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome, with the aim of providing physicians and other health professionals in the U.S. and beyond with the latest information on treatment of IBS. As a part of that educational mission, we have now made all the presentations available on this web page for free for viewing for health professionals. These presentations may be used for self-reported CME credits by physicians.



The symposium was sponsored by:
Takeda Pharmaceuticals
Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Entera Health, Inc.
Lexicon Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc.
The Rome Foundation



INTRODUCTORY SESSION

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Competing views of the etiology of IBS: One disorder or many?
William E. Whitehead, Ph.D.


Essentials of a Productive Physician-Patient Relationship
Douglas A. Drossman, MD


PHARMACOLOGIC TREATMENT OPTIONS

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Evidence-based Treatment Strategies for IBS
William Chey,MD.


Psychopharmacology Therapies for IBS
Lin Chang, MD


Panel Discussion
Drs. Drossman, Chey, Whitehad, Chang



DIET, PROBIOTICS AND ANTIBIOTICS

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The Case for Probiotics and Antibiotics
Magnus Simren, MD


The Case for Diet
Sheila Crowe, MD


Panel Discussion
Drs. Crowe & Simren



EFFECTIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENTS

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)for IBS: What is it, who benefits, and how does it work?
Jeffrey Lackner, PsyD


Hypnosis Treatment: What it is, who benefits, and how well does it work?
Olafur S. Palsson, PsyD


Other Psychological Interventions (including mindfulness and relaxation interventions)
Laurie Keefer, PhD


Discussion Panel
Drs. Lackner, Palsson & Keefer



THE ROME CRITERIA IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

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Update on Rome Foundation and Rome IV
Douglas A. Drossman, MD


The Rome Modular Questionnaire as an Aid to Diagnosis
William E. Whitehead, PhD


Rome diagnostic algorithm for functional bowel disorders
Lin Chang, MD


What is new in Rome IV: the multidimensional clinical profile
Douglas A. Drossman, MD


Discussion Panel
Chang, Whitehead & Drossman