Are you a healthcare professional?

This educational website; provided by Thermo Fisher Scientific, ImmunoDiagnostics Division; has been endorsed as an educational resource by the Primary Care Society for Gastroenterology; the Institute of Biomedical Science; and Dr Ramesh Arasaradnam, Hon Assoc. Prof of Medicine and Consultant Gastroenterologist, University of Warwickshire. The information contained within this website is intended for healthcare professionals. By entering this website you are confirming that you are a healthcare professional. ENTER WEBSITE
tick cross We use cookies on our website to provide you with a good experience. You may choose to accept or decline our cookie usage. Our website may not be usable if you decline cookie usage. Click here to learn more about how we use cookies on our website.
Mobile Burger
allergy education
Expert Opinions

Look beneath the surface in gastrointestinal disease: opinions from the experts

FILTER:



  • Dr John O'Malley - Introduction to Coeliac Disease

    Dr John O'Malley, Retired medical director GP and primary care gastroenterologist, offers a brief overview of coeliac disease and the potential benefits to patients of accurate diagnosis

  • Dr Jamie Dalrymple

    Dr Jamie Dalrymple, Chair of the Primary Care Society Gastroenterology (PCSG), discusses the effects that coeliac disease can have sub-fertility in this patient case.

  • Dr John O'Malley

    Dr John O’Malley, GP, ex-hospital practitioner and member of the NICE committee on screening for coeliac disease, explains how IBS may actually be a symptom of an underlying condition.

  • Dr Shazadi Saleem

    Dr Shahzadi Saleem compares two patients with similar gastroenterological symptoms and talks about the use of appropriate testing to distinguish IBS from coeliac disease.

  • Dr Tia McGregor

    Dr Tia McGregor talks about the prevalence and identification of cases of coeliac disease with type 1 diabetes - estimated at between 0.97 and 6.4%.

  • Dr Richard Stevens

    Dr Richard Stevens discusses the complexities of co-existing autoimmune thyroid disorders and coeliac disease in this patient case study.

  • Dr Richard Stevens

    Were you aware that an estimated 5-22% of first-degree relatives of coeliac patients ALSO have the disease? Learn more in this second presentation from Dr Richard Stevens

  • Dr Ramesh Arasaradnam

    Dr Ramesh Arasaradnam discusses the expert panel of recommended tests and provides an overview of do's and don'ts on performing faecal calprotectin testing.

  • Dr John O'Malley

    Dr John O'Malley, Retired medical director GP and primary care gastroenterologist, discusses the clinical benefits of faecal calprotectin testing.

  • David Thorne

    David Thorne discusses the cost benefits of faecal calprotectin testing.

  • Helen Griffiths

    Dr Helen Griffiths, Nurse Consultant in Gastroenterology, discusses the NICE, PCSG, BSPGHAN and BSG recommendations on testing to identify and monitor coeliac disease.

  • Rosie Walker

    Rosie Walker, Diabetes Nurse Specialist talks about the identification and management of patients with coeliac disease and type 1 diabetes.

  • Marianne Williams

    Marianne Williams, NHS and private specialist community gastroenterology dietitian suggests how to manage patients using a gluten-free diet and the potentially severe consequences of unnecessary dietary restrictions.

  • Professor Colm O'Morain

    Professor Colm O'Morain, Consultant Gastroenterologist and Emeritus Professor of Medicine at Trinity College, Dublin. Founding member of the European Board of Gastroenterology, and Member of the governing board for the Biomedical Alliance for Health Research talks about testing and management in GI conditions.


How likely would you be to recommend this content?

Rate this content

Please select an option
Thank you for your response

Interested in our Allergy/Autoimmunity Education?

What disease states are you most interested in learning about?

By submitting this form, you agree to the Thermo Fisher Scientific Privacy Policy and agree to receive email communications from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Your details have successfully been submitted.