Crohn’s and Colitis Canada offers a number of educational webinars throughout the year for individuals living with or affected by IBD and their famalies. Webinars cover a variety of topics including new and emerging treatments, diet and nutrition, how to manage flairs, mental health and more. Once a live webinar has taken place, the webinar video is uploaded to the playlist found below for your viewing.
Nutrition and IBD: Myths, Misconceptions, and FAQs
June 14 2018
7:00-8:00 pm EDT
Join us live on Facebook to hear from an expert in the field about nutrition and inflammatory bowel disease. Learn more about the impact of food on IBD, the use of nutritional supplements, and how to access dietary resources for IBD.
Jennifer Ball is a Registered Dietitian working in outpatient GI medicine and surgery and Home TPN at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, Ontario. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry at the University of Western Ontario, Jennifer earned a Master of Science in Human Nutrition at McGill University. She joined the department of Clinical Nutrition at Mount Sinai in March 2017 and has since focused on parenteral nutrition support and therapeutic diet education.
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Crohn's and Colitis Hurt: Understandting Pain in Inflammtory Bowel Disease
Experts in the field discuss the mechanisms and causes of pain in Crohn's or colitis, approaches to pain management, and the latest advancements in pain and IBD research.
Click on the video below to watch our most recent webinar on pain and IBD.
New and Emerging Treatments for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Biotherapies
Experts in the field discuss biologic and biosimilar treatment options that have recently been made available to treat Crohn’s or colitis.
Click on the playlist below to watch this recent webinar.
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