Gastrointestinal disease: diverticular disease

Gastrointestinal disease: dyspepsia

Gastrointestinal disease: functional bowel disorders

Gastrointestinal disease: inflammatory bowel disease

Gastrointestinal disease: stoma management

Gastrointestinal disease: colorectal cancer

Gastrointestinal disease: colorectal cancer

This programme provides an overview of colorectal carcinoma. Working through the programme will help healthcare professionals gain the knowledge required to recognise the signs and symptoms of potential carcinoma and to provide appropriate advice and efficient signposting. The programme also discusses potential treatments and the importance of a multidisciplinary team approach to the care of patients diagnosed with colorectal carcinoma.

Gastrointestinal disease: diverticular disease

This programme aims to provide the learner with an understanding of what diverticular disease is, how it is diagnosed and what a diagnosis of diverticular disease means for the patient. This learning also includes information regarding pharmacological and non-pharmacological management of diverticular disease.

Gastrointestinal disease: dyspepsia

This programme examines the symptoms and causes presenting as dyspepsia. It emphasises a cost-effective and evidence-based approach to the treatment of dyspepsia using both prescription only and non-prescription medication to ensure optimal patient outcomes.

Gastrointestinal disease: functional bowel disorders

This programme gives an overview of common disorders which manifest as alterations in normal bowel functioning, helping learners to improve signposting for their patients who present with such symptoms.