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FODMAPs

Education courses for Health Professionals

To date, King's College London has trained over 1,000 dietitians from across Europe on the latest evidence and dietetic practice in the low FODMAP diet.

All King's courses are based on the research evidence and delivered by world-leading experts in dietetic and medical management of IBS, IBD and other gut disorders, including:

Dr Miranda Lomer MBE PhD RD

Senior Consultant Dietitian at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and Reader in Dietetics at King’s College London.

Prof Kevin Whelan PhD RD FBDA

Professor of Dietetics at King’s College London.

Dr Peter Irving MD MRCP

Consultant Gastroenterologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Dietary Management and the Low FODMAP Diet in IBS - ADVANCED course (2019)

This course replaces the three-day course formerly called "The low FODMAP diet in functional gastrointestinal disorders".

The dates for the 2019 Advanced Dietary Management and the Low FODMAP Diet in IBS are:

Part 1 - Online module - to be completed between June and September 2019.

Part 2 - Day 1: Friday 27th September 2019, at St Thomas's Hospital, London.

Part 2 - Day 2: Wednesday 20th November 2019, at St Thomas' Hospital, London.

Applications will open in Q1 2019.

AquaDietary Management and the Low FODMAP Diet in IBS - INTRODUCTION 1-day course

Online:

Applications for the one-day course Introduction to Dietary Management and the Low FODMAP Diet in IBS are now open

 

For more information and to apply please click here.

AquaThe Low FODMAP Diet Update course

Online:

Applications for the one-day course Low FODMAP Diet Update are now open.

 

For more information and to apply please click here.

AquaInflammatory Bowel Disease: Evidence-based Dietary Management

The date for the next course will be published in Q1 2019.

AquaGroup Work Skills and the Low FODMAP Diet

The date for the next course will be published in Q1 2019.

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If you are not sure which course is suitable for you, please read this PDF document.

Please note that applications will close as soon as the course is full.

If you have any questions please email: fodmaps@kcl.ac.uk 

 
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