FOR PROFESSIONALS | 1.5 hr | Education

CLINICAL CONVERSATIONS - Gut Matters: A Clinical Lens on Gastrointestinal Health Disorders

Join us for our Clinical Conversations webinar, Gut Matters: A Clinical Lens on Gastrointestinal Health Disorders, to help deepen your understanding of the gut microbiome's role in gastrointestinal health. This interactive session will delve into real-life case studies showcasing the practical application of gut microbiome analysis and ways you can support your patients’ with gastrointestinal disorders.

Throughout the session, fellow clinicians Dr Brad Leech and Alyssa Tait will present compelling case studies illustrating how gut microbiome analysis can inform strategies for personalised patient management. These case studies will focus on gastrointestinal health disorders and encompass a diverse range of patient profiles, highlighting the nuances and complexities of applying microbiome insights in clinical practice.

Attendees will have the opportunity to:
• Learn how to assess your patient’s microbiome and gastrointestinal health results using a clinical lens.
• Gain insights into interpreting microbiome profiles on a personalised level to better examine your patient’s unique microbiome and the interplay with their gastrointestinal presentation.
• Understand how to apply personalised diet, supplement and lifestyle insights to shift the gut microbiome ecosystem.
• Determine ways to adapt your approach based on clinical outcomes and ongoing patient management.
• Address challenges related to the interpretation and implementation of microbiome-derived interventions.

By the end of the webinar, you will emerge equipped with practical knowledge and actionable strategies to harness the power of gut microbiome analysis in optimising patient outcomes.

Don't miss this invaluable opportunity to deepen your understanding and approach to managing gastrointestinal disorders through the lens of gut microbiome analysis.

Dr Brad Leech (Nutritionist & Co-Biome’s Lead Clinical Educator)
Alyssa Tait (Naturopath & Physiotherapist)

Cost: Free

*This webinar is for qualified health professionals in Australia and New Zealand only.

This content is for Co-Biome Certified Clinicians only

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