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Best Dr Jim Kantidakis podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Dr Jim Kantidakis podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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A big welcome back to Prof Douglas Drossman, worlds leading Gastroenterologist in Functional Digestive Disorders/Disorders of Gut Brain Interaction! In todays episode we talked about What is patient centred care? Should the patient be the judge of patient centred care and why? What are the key definitions relating to communication? How and why effe…
 
Dr Tye-Din is a gastroenterologist with a clinical and research interest in Coeliac disease. He heads the Coeliac Research Lab at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, runs a Coeliac clinic at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. His PhD employed feeding studies to characterise…
 
Welcome to another Episode of Talking Gut, where I get to interview leading specialists in the area of gastroenterology and related systems. Living and working in Melbourne Australia, I am very fortunate to know and work alongside many amazing Gastroenterologists. Leaders in their field. I am very fortunate to know and today interview, Prof peter G…
 
Welcome to another Episode of Talking Gut, where I get to interview leading specialists in the area of gastroenterology and related systems. In today's episode I had the honour to interview the Worlds leading expert on Esophageal Disorders, Prof John Pandalfino. Prof Pandolfino is a Hans Popper Professor of Medicine and chief of Gastroenterology an…
 
In todays episode, I spoke with Mrs Johannah Ruddy. Johanna is Executive Director of the Rome Foundation and has recently published an article titled: From Pretending to Truly Being OK: A journey from illness to health with post infection IBS: The patients perspective. This episode covers Johannah’s very personal journey including her early childho…
 
Welcome to another episode of Talking Gut, and you have just been listening to the Fabulous Chalets, with the bass player being the one and only Dr Douglas Drossman, gastroenterologist and functional gut extraordinaire. I am so super excited to have Dr Drossman as a guest here today. I have been wanting to interview him for over 1 year and here it …
 
In the talk we touched the surface on a number of topics including: - Reasons behind what made him decide to write about the Psychology in the Bathroom? - The psychology of excretion and disgust. And why there is so much taboo surrounding the gut? - We also talked about the anal character with the earliest discussion going as far back Freud and psy…
 
In todays episode I talk to Dr Adam Testro, head of the Intestinal Transplantation and Rehabilitation Unit at Austin Health in Melbourne Australia. What a fascinating talk ! We discussed everything from - What Intestinal Transplantation is - its origins - what and who it involve? - The size of the medical team involved - the duration of the surgery…
 
In todays episode I talk to Dr Chamara Basnayake about Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth or SIBO. We discuss everything from -what is Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), - the likely causes, - suggested associations, - diagnostic testing and their limitations - available treatments, and a whole lot more. Please enjoy…
 
In this episode we discussed - Female and Male fertility in IBD -Fears about medication effect on pregnancy -Pre-conception Care -When should a potential mother to be contact their Gastroenterologist if planning to get pregnant? - When should they not consider trying to get pregnant. - What effect does active disease have on the unborn baby/foetus?…
 
In today’s episode we covered: The Brain Gut connection The emerging area of Psychogastroenterology The Biopsychosocial model of functional digestive disorders like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Neuroimaging studies looking at functional digestive disorders The Gut microbiome The Psychological therapies shown to be helpful in managing Digestive di…
 
In this episode I sat down and spoke with Isabella Trinca and Angela Khera, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists, about Biofeedback therapy and how Physiotherapy is used to treat constipation and other Pelvic floor dysfunctions, from constipation to pelvic floor dyssynergia. We also discussed what to expect from seeing a pelvic floor physio, how to sit on…
 
Here it is, the interview I have been wanting to do for a long time. For me, Prof Peter Whorwell and his research played a significant role in my area of interest in Gastrointestinal Psychology. Prof peter Whorwell is one of the nicest people I have met ! Be prepared for my once again, really really long questions…get to the point Jimbo ! Our frien…
 
Jaci and I delve deeper into the discussion about how diet affects the digestive tract, including the stomach, small intestine and Colon We also touched on diary and how research is looking at increasing diary tolerance, The negative effects of staying on a strict low FODMAP diet for too long Prebiotics, wheat and gluten sensitivity and a whole mor…
 
Jaci is an accredited practising dietitian who graduated in 2001 with a Masters of Nutrition & Dietetics. She spent the following five years working as a clinical dietitian in various metropolitan Melbourne hospitals and 12 months in the UK. This included experience in oncology, renal, gastroenterology, nutrition support and cardiac units. On her r…
 
Geoff graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1985 and completed his residency years/Gastroenterology training at The Royal Melbourne and Austin Hospitals, followed by a PhD in Neurogastroenterology in Adelaide supervised by Prof Michael Horowitz and Prof John Dent and then a postdoctoral position in Zurich Switzerland. He returned from Zuric…
 
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