Celiac Disease and Continuum of Care
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- Discuss the evidence-based approach to diagnosing and managing celiac disease;
- Identify complexities of celiac and other autoimmune diseases that make alternative therapies challenging;
- Describe treatment plans for other autoimmune diseases that are closely associated with celiac disease;
- Recognize new advances in predicting celiac disease, type 1 diabetes, and other endocrine disorders;
- State why a gluten-free diet is a critical component of celiac disease treatment;
- Discuss neurological symptoms of celiac disease and how they affect patients;
- Explain the impact of celiac disease on family members;
- Examine how celiac disease affects the social and emotional development of pediatric patients.
*Agenda subject to change.
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Professor of Pediatrics Chief, Section of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition
Medical Director, Celiac Disease Center
The University of Chicago
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