Bringing together several the world's leading experts in the treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
HOW TO TREAT IBS EFFECTIVELY:
EXPERT UPDATE FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Saturday, November 2, 2013
Topics include the latest and best information on etiology of IBS, drug treatment,
probiotics, antibiotics, diet, psychological interventions, and using the Rome Criteria.
Symposium description and schedule HERE
REGISTER FOR FREE ONLINE ATTENDANCE
The UNC Center for Functional GI & Motility Disorders is offering free registration for participation in the Nov. 2 symposium to health professionals who do not need certificates of attendance or CEU/CME credits for their participation.
(NOTE: If you DO want CEU/CME credits or certificate of attendance, you can register through the Charlotte AHEC website HERE and pay a modest attendance fee)
Participants who opt for this free registration will get everything paid participants get except attendance credits/certificates. Free online participation enables you to:
To take advantage of this unique opportunity, simply provide your name and contact information in the form below no later than Wednesday Oct. 30. You will then receive a registration confirmation and password via e-mail a few days before the symposium. If you have any questions about participating in this event, do not hesitate to email Stefanie at UNC-Chapel Hill, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Log in online with a personal password and view the full day's program of real-time live video broadcasts on the latest and best information on all aspects of IBS treatment presented by leading experts in the field - or any part of the program that interests you (hour-by-hour schedule HERE).
- Participate actively in the symposium by submitting questions in real time for presenters to address during Q & A periods and panel discussions.
- Download the symposium handout book containing all the presentation slides and handouts (over 100 pages of practical information about IBS for health professionals).
- Access other resources made available by sponsors and presenters.