isologoCeliac

Celiac Disease and Gluten Related Disorders Course

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PROGRAM

The Program is organized into 5 modules of increasing complexity and has a total duration of 5 months. For each of the Modules, a variety of the resources and online activities will be available to you. You will find classes on demand dictated by experts in each of the topics, bibliography and online materials.

Active participation and frequent interaction between students, tutors and experts will allow you to lean, and increase your knowledge and understanding of the central themes of the program. The thematic forums and synchronous meetings through videoconferencing will offer you the opportunity to ask questions and receive feedback from peers, tutors and experts.

The presentation of clinical cases, their analysis and resolution through the best available scientific evidence will be the activity that will drive clinical reasoning for the approach to celiac disease and gluten related disorders.

The course's online evaluation system will consist in self-evaluations in each module and a final evaluation.

This proposal is supported by the most representative experts in the world for each subject, tutors who will accompany you throughout the course and a group of professionals specialized in the development of distance programs

This second edition is in response to a request from several companies and laboratories to repeat the same content as last year; that is precisely why due to the success and demand, we have decided to launch it once again.

The content is based on:

- Recorded lectures of Speakers
- Recordings of the live meetings from the 2021 edition.
- 5 New Live meetings during the 2022 course
- Resolution of Clinical Cases
- Participants and Speakers Forum
- Self-Evaluations
- Final Exam

1- General Aspects – July 4, 2022

  1. “A 2021 global vision of celiac disease and gluten-related disorders”. Peter Green (USA)
  2. “Prevention strategies for celiac disease”. Riccardo Troncone (Italy)
  3. “Global epidemiology”. Carlo Catassi (Italy)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: CATASSI

2- Pathophysiology of celiac disease – July 11, 2022

  1. “Genetics and its role in celiac disease. Where are we now in 2021?” Isis Ricaño-Ponce. (México)
  2. “The gluten in celiac disease and gluten-related disorders. Other environmental factors” Fernando Chirdo (Argentina)
  3. “Immunological factors in celiac disease and gluten-related disorders. From bench to bedside” Fernando Chirdo (Argentina)
  4. “Intestinal microbiota. Role in celiac disease” Elena Verdú (Canada)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: VERDÚ and CHIRDO

3- Clinical manifestations – July 18, 2022

  1. “Nomenclature and definitions. Clinical course and natural history” Carolina Ciacci (Italy)
  2. “Digestive manifestations.” Miguel Montoro Huguet (Spain)
  3. “Extraintestinal manifestations.” María Inés Pinto-Sánchez (Canada)

ACTIVITY: Clinical Manifestations
Presentation of CLINICAL CASES:
TOPIC: Clinical presentation with extraintestinal manifestations.

LIVE MEETING JULY 23, 2022

4- Diagnosis (1) – July 25, 2022

  1. “Historical perspective of diagnosis. Why diagnosis? Current Paradigms”. Julio C. Bai (Argentina)
  2. “Intestinal biopsy. Duodenal histology for clinicians”. Kamram Rostami (New Zeland)
  3. “Specific serology. Best use for diagnosing celiac disease”. David Sanders (UK)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: CAROLINA CIACCI

5- Diagnosis (2) – August 1, 2022

  1. “Non-biopsy diagnosis in children”. Steffen Husby (Denmark)
  2. “Is it possible a non biopsy diagnosis in adults ¿What we need for changing paradigms?” Carolina Ciacci (Italy)
  3. “Difficult diagnosis and pitfalls”. Benjamin Lebwohl (USA)

ACTIVITY: Diagnosis (2)
Presentation of CLINICAL CASES
TOPIC: Cases with Difficult Diagnosis

6- Diagnosis (3) – August 8, 2022

  1. “Casfinding and/or screening” Daniel Leffler (USA)
  2. “Non celiac enteropathy”. Sonia Kupfer (USA)
  3. “Images, endoscopy and capsule endoscopy for celiac disease”. Benjamin Lebwhol (USA)
  4. “Diagnosis of celiac disease in patients on a gluten-free diet”. Daniel Leffler (USA)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: CAROLINA CIACCI AND JULIO BAI

ACTIVITY: Diagnosis (3)
Presentation of CLINICAL CASES:
TOPIC: Diagnostic Error

LIVE MEETING AUGUST 13, 2022

7- Treatament (1) – August 15, 2022

  1. “The gluten-free diet in 2021. Why is necessary a dietitian?” Nick Trott (UK)
  2. “Nutritional profile of the gluten-free diet. Other relevant factors (oats?). Paula Crespo (Spain)
  3. “How strict should a strictly gluten-free diet be?  Psychological aspects associated with celiac disease and a gluten-free diet”. Fabiana Zingone (Italy)
  4. “Barriers for achieving goals of therapy” Sonia Niveloni (Argentina)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: NICK TROTT

8- Treatment (2) Challenges – August 22, 2022

  1. “Nutritional consequences of the gluten-free diet in celiac disease?” José Remes-Troche (Mexico)
  2. “Adherence to the gluten-free diet”. Govind Makharia (India)
  3. “Impact of treatment on families of celiac children and transit to adulthood”. María L. Mearin (Netherlands)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: MARIA LUISA MEARIN

9- Treatment (3) – August 29, 2022

  1. “Pharmacology adjuvant to the gluten-free diet. Supplements, vaccinations”. Fabiana Zingone (Italy)
  2. “Exploring alternative therapies for CD". Stefano Guandalini (USA)
  3. “Is it possible to induce tolerance to gluten as a therapeutic tool? Evidences. Ciaran Kelly (USA)
  4. Does probiotics can have a therapeutic role in celiac disease? Edgardo Smecuol (Argentina)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: DETLEF SCHUPPAN

LIVE MEETING SEPTEMBER 3, 2022

10- Follow-up of patients – September 5, 2022

  1. “Why follow-up? Strategies”. Sonia I. Niveloni (Argentina)
  2. “Role of dietitians in assessing adherence to the gluten-free diet.” Nick Trott (UK)
  3. “Role of physicians.” Peter Green (USA)
  4. “What prognostic factors can be used for predicting survival in celiac disease?” Suzanne Lewis

ACTIVITY: Follow-up of patients
Presentation of CLINICAL CASES:
TOPIC: Lack of response to DLG Different scenarios.

11- How to assess adherence? – September 12, 2022

  1. “Is occasional gluten exposure safe in the real life?” Luca Elli (Italy)
  2. “How to follow-up patients on a gluten-free diet? Role for endoscopy, biopsy and serology.” Alberto Rubio-Tapia (USA)
  3. “Is detection of GIP the gold standard? Angel CebollRamirez (Spain)
  4. “Other potential biomarkers for adherence”. Ciaran Kelly (USA)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: ALBERTO RUBIO TAPIA

12- Complications in celiac disease (1) – September 19, 2022

  1. “General consideration for complications in population-based studies. Effect of the gluten-free diet” Katri Kaukinen (Finland)
  2. “Type II refractory celiac disease. Diagnosis and treatment”. Christoph Cellier (France)

ACTIVITY: Complications of celiac disease (1)
Presentation of CLINICAL CASES:
TOPIC: Complications of refractory celiac disease - Lymphoma

13- Complications in celiac disease (2) – September 26, 2022

  1. “Neurological compromise” Marios Hadjvassilliou (UK)
  2. “Bone disease” Julio C. Bai (Argentina)
  3. “Role of persistent damage despite a gluten-free diet" JonasLudvigsson

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: JULIO BAI

LIVE MEETING OCTOBER 1, 2022

14- Gluten/wheat-related disorders – October 3, 2022

  1. “Gluten/wheat related disorders. Mith or reality?” Alessio Fasano (USA)
  2. “Gluten Sensitivity: Fact versus Fiction from bench to bedside” Armin Alaedini (USA)
  3. “Gluten/wheat-related disorders in childhood” Gemma Castillejo (Spain)

"WALL OF DOUBTS AND QUESTIONS"

15- Non-celiac gluten/wheat sensitivity (1) – October 10, 2022

  1. “Clinical aspects, clinical course, diagnosis. Complications?” Antonio Carroccio (Italy)
  2. “Approach to the differential diagnosis of non-celiac gluten/wheat sensitivity”. Ana Sapone (Italy)
  3. “The duodenal histology in the context of the gluten/wheat sensitivity”. Vicenzo Villanacci (Italy)
  4. “Overlap of functional disorders and gluten sensitivity”. Premysl Bercik (Canada)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: PREMYSL BERCIK

16- Non-celiac gluten/wheat sensitivity (2) – October 17, 2022

  1. “Biomarkers and future aids in diagnosing gluten/wheat-related disorders”. Umberto Volta (Italy)
  2. “Treatment of gluten/wheat-related disorders. Avoiding gluten, ATI, FODMAPS, or what? Alessio Fasano (USA)
  3. “Future perspectives in non-celiac gluten/wheat sensitivity” Antonio Carroccio (Italy)

LIVE CLASS RECORDING COURSE 2021: ALESSIO FASANO

LIVE MEETING OCTOBER 22, 2022

FINAL EXAM FROM NOVEMBER 1 to 30, 2022


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