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Thank you to Monash University for providing the following webinar. The webinar recording and slides are available to both MNPG members and non-members. 

Monash University is dedicated to supporting dietitians, and other health professionals to treat people with IBS with the Low FODMAP Diet. 

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This Webinar is eligible for 1 hour of CPE until 5/29/2022 under activity 175.

About the Speakers

Emma Halmos is a PhD, Registered Nutritionist and works as a research dietitian at Monash University. Dr. Halmos has active interests both clinically and academically in the role of diet in managing gastrointestinal diseases. She has designed and executed many rigorous dietary intervention studies, most notable was the feeding study that demonstrated the low FODMAP diet was efficacious in patients with IBS. Her work has also spanned diet in IBD and enteral nutrition, and was invited author on a review of dietary management of IBD in the prestigious Nature Reviews Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

Stephanie Gaskell is a PhD candidate, and Accredited Sports Dietitian (Advanced), in the Department of Nutrition Dietetics & Food at Monash University, Australia. Her research to date includes a focus on the impact of endurance exercise (with and without heat-stress) on gastrointestinal health including prevention and management strategies. She has consulted to a variety of athletes, including recreational, Paralympians and Olympic level athletes. 

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The Role of diet in IBD & athletes in the management of exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome




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Expert Speaker Kimberly Stephenson, MS, RD, CSP will discuss how fat soluble vitamin levels may be low in patients with cystic fibrosis despite supplementation. She will review the role of each of the fat soluble vitamins, other factors that may affect lab values and she will discuss strategies to approach supplementation. 

Kimberly Stephenson is a pediatric dietitian and has been employed by the University of North Carolina Hospitals in Chapel Hill for the past 20 years. She works in a job-share position covering about 330 pediatric cystic fibrosis patients. She has served as a Dietitian Mentor and as a Quality Improvement Coach for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. She is a Certified Specialist in Pediatrics. She holds a master’s degree in nutrition from UNC-Greensboro and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wake Forest University. 

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