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The Rome Foundation presents “Back to School with Disorders of Gut Brain Interactions (DGBI)”

Pediatric disorders of gut-brain interaction (DGBIs; formally called functional gastrointestinal disorders) are common in young people and are often disruptive of daily routines, including school participation. These conditions are most appropriately treated from a biopsychosocial framework. Through this lens, school participation is both a potential source of psychological and social stress that may exacerbate or maintain DGBIs and also a valued functional outcome. As students prepare to return to school, this educational program will prepare healthcare providers to support adaptive school adjustment as part of DGBI management.

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