Over the last couple of years, there have been some important publications in the field of gastroenterology that you might have missed! In 2021, the ACG published a massive overhaul of their IBS Management Guidelines, and in 2020 we (finally!) got some SIBO Management Guidelines from the same organization. You’re excused if you may have missed these; there has been a global pandemic to attend to afterall. In this lecture, we will review the major updates and recommendations, discuss implications for clinical practice, and ensure that you can communicate clearly and concisely, with patients and fellow providers, when and why you may deviate from these guidelines.
Speaker Bio: Dr. Megan Taylor practices integrative primary care for adults and naturopathic gastroenterology for adults and children with digestive complaints, allergies, and autoimmune disease in Seattle, WA. Dr. Taylor earned her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR. She completed two years of post-graduate residency training in primary care and naturopathic gastroenterology and is well-versed in the evaluation and management of a number of specific digestive conditions including food allergies and intolerances, GERD, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, IBS, SIBO, and microbiome restoration, among many others. She serves as adjunct faculty at Bastyr University, teaching the gastroenterology curriculum, and enjoys lecturing and teaching across the country and online. She is a proud member and former board member of the Gastroenterology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (GastroANP.org).
**This presentation is worth 1 Category 1 CE credit for Washington NDs.**
This talk will take place on June 16th, 2022 at 7pm.