University Degree in Celiac Disease and Gluten Related Disorders

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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

  1. "A 2021 global vision of celiac disease and gluten-related disorders"
  2. "Pediatric view in 2021"
  3. "Global epidemiology"
  1. "Genetics and its role in celiac disease. Where are we now in 2021?"
  2. "Gluten and other environmental factors"
  3. "Immunological factors"
  4. "Intestinal microbiota. Role in celiac disease"
  1. "Nomenclature and definitions. Clinical course and natural history"
  2. "Digestive manifestations."
  3. "Extradigestive manifestations."
  4. Clinical activities: Subclinical and asymptomatic celiac disease. Tips.
  1. "Historical perspective. Why diagnosis? Current Paradigms"
  2. "Biopsy and duodenal histology"
  3. "Specific serology. Best use and choosing tests for diagnosing celiac disease"
  1. "Pros and conss for non-biopsy diagnosis in children"
  2. "Is it possible a non biopsy diagnosis in adults. ¿What we need for changing paradigms?"
  3. "Difficult diagnosis"
  4. "Diagnostic pitfalls"
  1. "Case-finding and/or screening"
  2. "Non celiac enteropathy"
  3. "Images, endoscopy and capsule endoscopy".
  1. "The gluten-free diet in 2021. Why is necessary a dietitian?"
  2. "Nutritional profile of the gluten-free diet. Other components (oats?)
  3. "¿How strict should be strict gluten-free diet? Psychological aspects associated to the gluten-free diet"
  4. "Barriers for achieving goals of therapy."
  1. "The gluten-free diet beyond celiac disease. Beneficial or harmful?"
  2. "Adherence to the gluten-free diet".
  3. "Impact of treatment on families of celiac children and transit to adulthood".
  1. "Pharmacology adjuvant to the gluten-free diet. Supplements, vaccinations".
  2. "Rationality for non-dietary therapies. Where are we now?"
  3. "Is it possible to induce tolerance to gluten as a therapeutic tool? Evidence.
  4. Does probiotics can have a therapeutic role in celiac disease?
  1. "Why follow-up? Strategies".
  2. "Role of dietitians in assessing adherence to the gluten-free diet."
  3. "Role of physicians."
  4. "What prognostic factors can be used for predicting survival in celiac disease?"
  1. "Is occasional gluten exposure safe in the real life?"
  2. "How to follow-up patients on a gluten-free diet? Role for endoscopy, biopsy and serology."
  3. "Is detection of GIP the gold standard?
  4. "Other potential biomarkers for adherence"
  1. "General consideration for complications in population-based studies. Effect of the gluten-free diet"
  2. "Lymphoma. Type I refractory celiac disease"
  3. "Type II refractory celiac disease. Diagnosis and treatment.
  1. "Neurological compromise in celiac disease and as gluten-related disorder"
  2. "Bone disease and celiac disease"
  3. "Role of persistent damage despite a gluten-free diet"
  1. "Gluten/wheat related disorders. Myth or reality?"
  2. "Pathophysiological evidence"
  3. "Clinical aspects, clinical course, diagnosis. Complications?"
  1. "The duodenal histology in the context of the gluten/wheat-related disorders".
  2. "Irritable bowel syndrome and antigliadin antibodies. Implicances and effect of the gluten-free diet".
  3. "Treatment of gluten/wheat-related disorders. Avoiding gluten, ATI, FODMAPS, or what?


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