WGO AND YINI WORKING TOGETHER FOR SUPPORTING YOU WITH YOUR LACTOSE INTOLERANCE
In 2017, World Gastroenterology Organisation (WGO) and ‘Yogurt In Nutrition Initiative for a balanced diet’ (YINI), codeveloped an education campaign. Supported by an unrestricted medical education grant from YINI, the education campaign aims to raise awareness and knowledge of digestive health, lactose intolerance, lactose maldigestion and the effects yogurt may have on lactose intolerants and lactose maldigesters.
Educational resources developed to support the campaign include a substantial Question and Answer (Q&A), a White Book and an Infographic, all discussing Lactose Intolerance and Lactose Maldigestion. To view all educational resources and/or to download them as a PDF, visit www.worldgastroenterology.org/wgo-foundation/your-digestive-health/wgo-yini-education-campaign.
WGO offers many other educational resources to support your digestive health; to access them visit www.worldgastroenterology.org/wgo-foundation/your-digestive-health.
FINAL WEBINAR OF ‘THE MICROBIOTA HARD TALKS’ WILL BROADCAST LIVE ON 16TH NOVEMBER!
‘The Microbiota Hard Talks—Live From Texas Medical Center’ webinar series offers the chance to join experts and like-minded colleagues from around the globe on state-of-the-art microbiota topics.
UPCOMING WEBINAR—THE GUT-BRAIN CONNECTION: CAN THE GUT CONTROL THE BRAIN?
Thursday, 16th November, 2017
Dr Luis Maria Bustos-Fernandez, MD,
Institute of Gastroenterology “Dr. Bustos Fernandez” (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
To register for the 16th November webinar or to view the first 2 webinars on-demand visit, http://edge.mediaserver.com/m/s/ezz7g8i2/P/pg6bwph9/lan/en/?referrer=qvvkyiir.
To receive a Certificate of Participation for viewing the first and/or second webinar, you may directly download it from the webinar player.
To learn more about the Microbiota Hard Talks visit, www.worldgastroenterology.org/education-and-training/educational-programs/microbiota-hard-talks
‘The Microbiota Hard Talks—Live From Texas Medical Center’ webinar series is directed by Professor Henry Cohen (Uruguay) and Professor Eamonn Quigley (USA), and is supported by an unrestricted medical education grant from Biocodex.
WORLD DIGESTIVE HEALTH DAY (WDHD) 2017: INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE (IBD)
Tools and resources that have been developed in support of the WDHD 2017 campaign are available in various languages and may be downloaded from the WDHD 2017 Tools and Resources webpage, www.worldgastroenterology.org/wgo-foundation/wdhd/wdhd-2017/tools-and-resources. The supporting WGO Global Guideline and Cascade on IBD is available to view and download from the WDHD 2017 Tools and Resources webpage, as well.
There’s still time to join the WDHD 2017 conversation and interact with WGO on social media, snap, post and share original photos and/or videos of your WDHD events, initiatives, and activities. Tag WGO on Facebook (World Digestive Health Day—WDHD) and/or Twitter (@WGOF_WDHD), and include the hashtags #WDHD2017 and #YearofIBD in your posts. We are interested to see how you are TAKING ACTION for IBD!
WORLD DIGESTIVE HEALTH DAY (WDHD) 2018: VIRAL HEPATITIS, B AND C
WGO and WGOF greatly value the global support of our annual WDHD campaign. In 2018, let’s work together to advocate and increase awareness of Viral Hepatitis, B and C. The WDHD 2018 campaign will be led by WDHD Co-Chairmen, Professor Yun-Fan Liaw (Taiwan) and Professor Brian McMahon (USA).
TAKE ACTION and plan your WDHD 2018 event today! Share your event with WGO by visiting, www.worldgastroenterology.org/forms/submit-event.php.
For more information about WDHD 2018 visit, www.worldgastroenterology.org/wgo-foundation/wdhd/wdhd-2018.
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