• Loss of response to anti-TNF therapy: what are the options? View More
  • Paediatric Crohn's disease View More
  • Children with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): Special considerations View More
  • Chronic active colitis and pouchitis View More
  • Changing the course of ulcerative colitis: A window of opportunity? View More
  • Mucosal healing in inflammatory bowel disease: Should we aim for this endpoint? View More
  • Treatment of IBD with anti-TNF therapy: Practical issues View More
  • Management of rectovaginal fistulae View More
  • Biologics in inflammatory bowel disease: Optimising treatment View More


The fifth ‘Raising Expectations in Gastroenterology ‘ symposium was held in Sydney on 23-24 August 2014, exploring the latest clinical data and treatments for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and functional gastrointestinal disorders. Leading Australian and international specialists discussed areas of interest including Crohn’s disease, associated liver disease, the role of food and microbiota and ulcerative colitis.

The recorded webinar is broken down into individual presentations and the search function allows you to revisit and pinpoint specific sections of each video presentation.



Raising Expectations in Gastroenterology

‘RAISING EXPECTATIONS IN GASTROENTEROLOGY’, is an annual symposium held in Sydney that is designed to update gastroenterologists on the management of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), with a focus on biologic therapies for this challenging illness.



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