Meet Our Presenters

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CPE/CPD Hours Recognised by
Numerous Medical and Health Associations Globally
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Gastroenterolgists

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Physicians and Doctors

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Nurses

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FODMAP Dietitians and Nutritionists

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Pharmacists

Associations providing CPE/CPD approval, please get in touch

Please note these are just some examples of the many Professional Associations that approve CPE/CPD hours for this course.

FODMAP Institute Presenters | FODMAP Dietitians
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Professor of Gastroenterology and Nutrition Sciences, University of Michigan, USA

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Registered Dietitian, Gastrointestinal unit and Clinical Nutrition, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden

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Registered Dietitian, New York City, USA

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Registered Dietitian, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at University of Michigan, USA

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Registered Dietitian, Mount Sinai Medical Center, USA

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Registered Dietitian, Calgary, Canada

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Registered Dietitian, Connecticut, USA

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Accredited Practising Dietitian,
Melbourne Australia

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UK Registered Dietitian,

Dubai UAE

Course Streams

Free Course
Professional Stream
10 Free Course Modules (< 10 Hours, with 3 months to complete) img img
Education Content & Multiple-Choice Questions img img
CPE/CPD Hours
(where applicable)
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Digestive Health Newsletter

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Updates in Research + Coupons & Discounts

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Updates in Research + Exclusive Coupons & Discounts

Practitioner Resource Pack
for use in clinical practice

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15+ Downloadable
PDF Resources

Patient Resource Pack
for use with the low FODMAP diet

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15+ Downloadable
PDF Resources

4 x 1 Hour Webinars, CPE/CPD approved img
Certificate of Completion

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Exclusive Professional Certificate

Course Prices (US$)

The University of Michigan Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The University of Michigan Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Through the FODMAP Institute, GI Institute’s first FODMAP course, our FODMAP dietitians aim to provide health professionals—including dietitians, nutritionists, and doctors—with the latest insights and expertise on FODMAPs, gut health, and IBS management.

Why Join FODMAP Institute?

Global course with expert presenters – The FODMAP Institute is headed by a team of nine registered FODMAP nutritionists and gastroenterologists who are globally recognised.

Free continuing professional development – Take our free course and earn continuing professional development course credits, enhancing your expertise and staying up-to-date with FODMAP research and practice.

FODMAPs certificate – Upon completing our FODMAP course, receive a certificate demonstrating your proficiency in understanding and implementing FODMAPs for effective patient care.

Qualified patient care – Improve the health and well-being of patients with digestive problems by acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to provide optimal care.

Make the most of this opportunity to learn more

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn from world-renowned FODMAP dietitians about the causes of irritable bowel syndrome, the effects of FODMAPs on the gut, and how to implement a low FODMAP diet for your patients or yourself.

To learn more about our FREE and self-paced course, the FODMAP Institute, visit https://giinstitute.com/fodmap-courses/. Professional stream membership is also available if you intend to work in a clinical, private practice, or community setting and have patients with IBS, gut issues and other digestive diseases. For more information or to connect with a GI Institute representative, please call +613 9845 7155.

Expected Results/Learning Objectives

   Apply advanced knowledge and practical skills to the management of patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), through dietary interventions including the low FODMAP diet.
   Assess suitability for implementation of the low FODMAP diet in different patient groups.
   Describe FODMAPs and the mechanisms of action in which they influence digestion and symptom onset.
   Improve understanding of how to implement and provide education on all 3 phases of the low FODMAP diet with patients.
   Describe how to troubleshoot the low FODMAP diet in patients who do not experience symptom improvement.
   Identify main food sources of FODMAPs and understand how FODMAP content is measured.
   Demonstrate understanding of the prevalence, pathophysiology and diagnosis of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
   Discuss the importance of meeting nutritional needs whilst following a low FODMAP diet.
   Explore the use of the low FODMAP diet in other conditions, including PCOS, inflammatory bowel disease and colic in babies.
   Assess and solidify understanding of course content through 4 patient case studies.

Know Before Your Patients Know