Faecal Incontinence: 10% of your patients have it! A Practical Guide For GPs
Faecal incontinence affects 12% of adults, although only 1 in 3 patients will volunteer this distressing symptom. A recent study of over 1,000 GPs revealed that 90% reported poor clinical exposure to and training in FI management. This lecture.......
Functional Gut Disease in Infants – Colic, Constipation, Reflux
Functional gut disorders are very common in infancy. They are generally self-limiting and rarely represent an underlying pathological diagnosis. Nonetheless, they have a significant impact on parents/carers as well as being a common reason for.......
Bariatric Surgery – Options, Outcomes, Risks, and Post-Op Needs
Bariatric surgery is the most effective treatment option for the patient with significant obesity. The GP plays an integral role in the shared care long term management of the bariatric patient. This lecture will describe the most commonly used......