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How and Why Does Coeliac Disease Develop?

16m of CPD
Jason Tye-Din
11 May 2016

Coeliac disease is the only autoimmune disease that is caused by an external, environmental trigger - gluten. This not only makes it unique but is also the reason why it is sometimes referred to as "autoimmune-like". Join leading coeliac disease expert Dr Jason Tye-Din in learning why and how this protein can cause so much damage to the entire body in someone with coeliac disease.

Educator(s)

Jason Tye-Din

Educator

Dr. Jason Tye-Din is a gastroenterologist who heads the Coeliac Research Group at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. Jason completed his medical degree at Melbourne University in 1995 and undertook clinical training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital specialising in gastroenterology. His research has focussed on understanding why dietary gluten is toxic to the immune system to enable better approaches to diagnose and manage coeliac disease. He chairs the Medical Advisory Committee of Coeliac Australia and is involved in medical professional education to improve the care of people with this common but often unrecognised and poorly managed illness.

Comments

alisdair Mackenzie30 Apr 2018
excellent

Pietryna Duch03 Apr 2018
Well presented lecture clearly outlining the cause of coeliac disease and possible environmental factors which may influence the incidence of this autoimmune disease.

Crystal Klatt22 Mar 2018
Very informative and present. I liked how he gave the global perspective on the disease not just the Australian and USA.

Michele Selby21 Mar 2018
Very informative and well-presented

Sheree Todoreskov20 Mar 2018
Very interesting. The 1st world hygiene factors were of particular interest

Vicki Talbot19 Mar 2018
Very interesting and informative

Rachel Bryant19 Mar 2018
Engaging course

Melissa kendon17 Mar 2018
I was shown more information on coeliac disease and will be able to understand patients more.

Jacinta Marie Costigan17 Mar 2018
The educator was very knowledgable in this subject area.

Madison-jean Fredberg16 Mar 2018
Great presenter and relevant information

Eillen Anne (Sandy) Roessler16 Mar 2018
An interesting, clear information on coaliac Diease

Eillen Anne (Sandy) Roessler16 Mar 2018
I was not aware othe different studies done. A clear explanation

Julie Withers16 Mar 2018
Great presentation, easy to understande. Thank you.

Dianne MacKenzie16 Mar 2018
very interesting and educational.

mejo varghese15 Mar 2018
useful

Jacqui Storey15 Mar 2018
Very good

Lei Zhang14 Mar 2018
good topic and good presentation

Xiaoyun Lu14 Mar 2018
I have better understanding of coeliac disease after listening Dr Jason’speech.

Alison Lodge14 Mar 2018
Interesting starting lecture in the understanding of Coeliac disease

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