GI Motility Course - Dubai

Course fee €875

Friday 26 - Saturday 27 January 2024

Course venue: Millennium Plaza Downtown Hotel, United Arab Emirates, 23215 Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Unlock your potential in GI function testing by joining Laborie for a hands-on training in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Our practice-based course will equip you with the latest techniques and technologies, including Esophageal High Resolution Manometry (with Chicago Classification 4.0), Impedance-pH monitoring (with Lyon Consensus), and High-Resolution Anorectal Manometry (with London Protocol and Classification).

Don't let this opportunity pass you by - register today to enhance your expertise in GI function testing!


  • To gain knowledge of upper and lower GI function testing, through understanding the theoretical workings of these tests and their practical applications. To become better acquainted with the Laborie measurement systems.


  • Basic principles of, and indications of upper and lower GI function testing
  • Interactive demonstrations of HRM, impedance-pH test and HRAM test procedures
  • Test protocols and analysis of results
  • Clinical interpretation of findings, normal values and important publications, Chicago Classification and the London Classification for HRAM
  • Case discussions, e.g. patient cases with achalasia, distal esophageal spasm, reflux symptoms, belching, fecal incontinence & other abnormalities
  • Hands-on practice in editing and report generation
  • Systems Troubleshooting ‘What to do when things go wrong’


  • Physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals with basic knowledge of esophageal motility, impedance-pH reflux examinations & lower GI function testing.


  • Lunch day 1 and 2
  • Dinner Friday evening


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About the speaker

Dr. Majidah Bukhari
Dr Majidah Abdulfattah Saber Bukhari

American Hospital Dubai,

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dr Majidah Abdulfattah Saber Bukhari is a consultant intervention endoscopist and hepatologist at the American Hospital Dubai, United Arab Emirates. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Sarjah, United Arab Emirates.

After completing gastroenterology training and post-graduate Manometry Fellowships at McMaster University in Canada, Dr Majihah pursued two years further training in advanced therapeutic endoscopy at John Hopkins University.

Award-winning Dr Majidah is an active member in numerous international gastroenterology committees. She is part of the editorial board review for Technique and Innovation in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (TIGE). She is also a member of ASGE, WIE international committee, and a Gastrointestinal Endoscopy International (GIE) reviewer.

Dr Majihah has a vast interest in research and publication. She is involved in ongoing research activities and has published widely. Additionally, Dr Majihah has been involved in writing three book chapters.