Congratulations Jeremy Rosenbaum on your appointment as the Paediatric representative for the Advanced Training Committee in Gastroenterology for the Royal Australian College of Physicians.
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Debbie Rechtman will be teaching about incontinence in children to local and international physiotherapists as part of the Post Graduate Certificate in Physiotherapy (Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy) course at Melbourne University in June.
Dr Don Cameron has recently returned from Paris where he was an invited member of an international expert committee to formulate guidelines on the use of probiotics in gastrointestinal disease.
Dr Jeremy Rosenbaum has been chosen to receive the Peter B. Cotton Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Award and will visit the Digestive Disease Centre at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Janet Chase has just published a chapter in a book titled “Pediatric Incontinence: evaulation and clinical management”
Dr Don Cameron will be attending the Digestive Disease Week conference in San Diego from 21st – 26th May. DDW is the largest gastrointestinal conference in the world, attracting more than 15,000 delegates.
Debbie Rechtman has recently completed courses on mindfulness and meditation.
Janet Chase has just accepted invitation to give talk on behalf of the Continence Foundation of Australia to a multidisciplinary audience at RCH on day wetting in children and also in Adelaide on the topics of nocturnal enuresis and constipation in children.
Debbie Rechtman is involved in the education of medical students from Monash University and mentors physiotherapists involved in continence and pelvic floor physiotherapy.