Got a BadGut®? The GI Society offers a series of free, public lectures on a variety of topics related to digestive diseases and disorders in locations across Canada. Health care professionals present on a topic and then answer questions from those in attendance.
We currently have one lecture scheduled on the Aging Digestive Tract in Prince George, BC. If you are interested in other topics or locations, check back later or view the links below to see recordings of previous lectures.
The Aging Digestive Tract (Prince George)
This free lecture, brought to you by the Gastrointestinal Society, a registered charity, explains the changes that occur to the digestive tract as a person ages. The presentation includes information about digestive symptoms, as well as diseases and disorders commonly found in older individuals. The lecture includes time for audience questions. Light refreshments will be served.
Admission is free, but please register in advance.
Dr. Leila Keyvani, Gastroenterologist
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Cranbrook Ballroom, Ramada Prince George
444 George Street
Prince George, BC
Head over to our Multimedia page to watch a variety of educational videos on gastrointestinal diseases and disorders, including footage from these previous BadGut® lectures: