The microbiome of the gut is currently the topic of intense research for many gastrointestinal disorders. There are consistent discoveries of the links between the microbiome and diseases of the digestive tract. During the webinar, speaker, Dr Mani Naghibi will explore the overlapping terminologies, evidence for changes to the microbiome due to modern life and evidence of links between the microbiome and irritable bowel syndrome, antibiotic associated diarrhoea and clostridium difficile (C. Diff). There will also be a review of the evidence supporting and discounting the use of probiotics in the treatment of these digestive disorders. Along the way Dr Naghibi will look to dispel myths that have developed around this topic, with helpful hints for everyday use.
Due to the wide success of the original webinar broadcast, there is an opportunity to register to participate in a simulated live version of the webinar. Please note that by registering for one of the simulated live webinars (pre-recorded), you will not be able to ask questions during the webinar. The times available for you to register are:
19:30- 20:30, Wednesday 24 April
12:00-13:00, Wednesday 8 May
06:00-07:00, Thursday 9 May
13:00-14:00, Tuesday 14 May
08:00-09:00, Sunday 26 May
15:00-16:00, Tuesday 28 May
If you have any queries or for further information, please contact the Society's Professional Development Manager.