Cover image for lecture: Nutritional Management for People Living with Chronic Bowel Disease

Lecture Overview

Did you know that up to 80% of your nutrients are absorbed in the small intestine? So, what happens if you have your small intestine removed due to disease or cancer? Bowel disease and disorders can significantly impact on an individual's nutritional status, and this poses a challenge for the interdisciplinary team. See if you can identify some practical work-arounds to help those with bowel disease achieve complete nutrition.

Educators

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Jamee Barugh

Jamee Barugh is a clinical dietitian at Alfred Health, Melbourne. Jamee graduated in 2007 with a Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics from the University of Otago, New Zealand. She has worked in New Zealand, Brisbane, and in Melbourne at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Western Health and St Vincent’s Hospital where she worked for the past five-and-a-half years before recently accepting a position at Alfred Health. She specialises in upper gastrointestinal surgery and gastroenterology but has worked in other areas such as intensive care, oncology, renal, and head and neck surgery. She has also been involved in presenting the gastrointestinal and surgical lectures for students at La Trobe University since 2012.

Reviews

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5 Total Rating(s)

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Andrea Razay
07 May 2019

Very good learning opportunities for assessment of patient's nutritional status in Chronic Bowel Disease.

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Felicity Clancey
21 Mar 2019

I i found the diagrams and documented slides particularly informative on this topic. Would love a hard copy of same.

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Kerrie Myhill
26 Jul 2018

Good information

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Shirley Hallion
01 Apr 2018

the presenter was a little monotone but her slides and diagrams were excellent

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Michele Selby
29 Mar 2018

Informative

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Jennifer soutar
18 Aug 2017

Good overview of subject,taught me a lot regarding diet