1. Satelitte Symposium Swibreg
  2. Opening, Tom Öresland
  3. Johan Burisch- Has the disease course of IBD changed in the biological era
  4. Åsa Hallqvist Everhov – IBD in the elderly, an epidemiologists view
  5. Mauro D’Amato, Jonas Halfvarson – Tandem talk on environmental and genetic factors
  6. Arie Levine – Diet asa trigger or therapy
  7. Christianne Buskens, Eduard Stange – Tandem talk on perianal Crohn’s disease
  8. Peter Irving – What are the problems with current design of IBD trials
  9. Silvio Danese – Diagnostic delay in Crohn s disease
  10. Oral presentation of 5 selected posters
  11. Ailsa Hart – Fecal microbiota transplantation in IBD
  12. Pernilla Stenström – IBD surgery in children
  13. MDT Conference
  14. Karen Kemp – Education of IBD nurses
  15. Randi Opheim – CAM in IBD
  16. Phil Tozer – Pathogenesis of Crohns’ fistula – Treatment strategies
  17. Kaija-Leena Kolho – Paediatric IBD phenotype- Differences between children and adults
  18. Bente Nørgård – Selected reproduction issues in patients with IBD
  19. Best poster award
  20. Adjourn

Satelitte Symposium Swibreg


Opening, Tom Öresland


Johan Burisch- Has the disease course of IBD changed in the biological era


Åsa Hallqvist Everhov – IBD in the elderly, an epidemiologists view


Mauro D’Amato, Jonas Halfvarson – Tandem talk on environmental and genetic factors


Arie Levine – Diet asa trigger or therapy


Christianne Buskens, Eduard Stange – Tandem talk on perianal Crohn’s disease


Peter Irving – What are the problems with current design of IBD trials


Silvio Danese – Diagnostic delay in Crohn s disease


Oral presentation of 5 selected posters


Ailsa Hart – Fecal microbiota transplantation in IBD


Pernilla Stenström – IBD surgery in children


MDT Conference


Karen Kemp – Education of IBD nurses


Randi Opheim – CAM in IBD


Phil Tozer – Pathogenesis of Crohns’ fistula – Treatment strategies


Kaija-Leena Kolho – Paediatric IBD phenotype- Differences between children and adults


Bente Nørgård – Selected reproduction issues in patients with IBD


Best poster award


Adjourn