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Kim Faulkner-Hogg PhD Thesis:

Assessment of gluten free diets in an Australian population with coeliac disease and their impact on symptoms, mucosal, nutritional and metabolic parameters.


Teaching Responsibilities:

Lecturing the Nutrition and Dietetic Students in coeliac disease at both the University of Sydney and the University of Wollongong .

Author of the Coeliac Disease section in the Handbook of Clinical Nutrition and Dietitics. Fifth Edition. Editor Rowan Stewart.  Updated 2014.

Presenter of a Webinar series on Coeliac Disease for dietitians (DAA FAIIG 2014-2017)

webinar 1: Diagnosing Coeliac Disease and the Oat Controversy

webinar 2:  History of the Gluten Free Diet and Hidden Gluten

webinar 3:  Label Reading for Gluten & Nutrients At Risk on a Gluten Free Diet.

webinar 4: Refractory coeliac disease and tiny amounts of gluten.

National Convener and Presenter at the Food Allergy and Food Intolerance Special Interest Group


Publications:  Click on the colour to download the articles

 Scientific Publications:

  1. Kim Faulkner-Hogg. Current perspectives on returning gluten to the diet to test for coeliac disease; how much, how long? Internal Medicine Review, 2017, Vol 3 Issue 8.

2. Wu J, Neal B, Trevena H, Crino M, Stuart-Smith W, Faulkner-Hogg K, Louie J and Dunford E. Are gluten free foods healthier than non gluten free foods? An evaluation of supermarket products in Australia. British Journal of Nutrition 2015 Aug 14;114(3):448-454

3. Faulkner-Hogg KB, Selby WS, Loblay, RH. Dietary analysis in symptomatic patients with coeliac disease on a gluten-free diet : the role of trace amounts of gluten and non-gluten food intolerances. Scand J Gastroenterol 1999 Aug;34(8):784-789.

4. Selby WS, Painter D, Collins A, Faulkner-Hogg KB, Loblay RH.  Persistent mucosal abnormalities in coeliac disease are not related to the ingestion of trace amounts of gluten. Scand J Gastroenterol 1999 Sept;34(9):909-914.

5. Selby WS and Faulkner-Hogg KB. Coeliac Disease Changing clinical spectrum and food labelling laws.  Current Therapeutics, June 1998; 31-37.

GP Magazine Articles:

1. Faulkner-Hogg K, Swain A, Hodge L. Coeliac Disease. Australian Family Physician Oct 2009;38(10):785-786.

2. Hodge L, Faulkner-Hogg K and Swain A. Food Allergy and Intolerance. Australian Family Physician Sept 2009;38(9):705-707.


Booklets produced:

2013:   ” Coeliac Disease and the Gluten Free Diet” (last updated 2017)

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2003:   “Coeliac Disease”

  • Developed by the Gut Foundation

2001:   “Living with Diabetes & Coeliac Disease”

  • Developed for the Coeliac Society of Australia, now called Coeliac Australia
  • Updated in 2004

1998:   “Coeliac Disease. Enjoy life gluten-free”.

  • Booklet updated in 2000 and 2005, 2008, 2013, 2014



2015- present: National Convenor of the Food Allergy and Intolerance Interest Group for DAA

2017- present: Member of the DAA Professional Development Advisory Committee

2015-2017: Member of the DAA MEDAC committee (Member Education and Development Advisory Committee)

2011-2015: Convener of the NSW Food Allergy and Intolerance Interest Group for DAA

2009 – 2011: Member of the Adverse Food Reactions Training Group: Designed and implemented an e-learning and workshop course for Queensland Health on the topics of Food Allergy, Food Intolerance & Coeliac Disease.

2003: Gut Foundation committee member writing a booklet for GP’s about coeliac disease
2001: Member of a committee developing the ‘Living with Diabetes and Coeliac Disease booklet’ for the Coeliac Society.
1998-2001: DAA Representative on the Management Committee to administer the Code of Good Manufacturing Practice for the production of gluten free & low gluten foods.
1995 – 1996: Member of a working party developing a ‘Code of good manufacturing practice for the production of gluten-free and low gluten foods”.

1987-present: Member of the DAA (Dietitians Association of Australia)


Foreword or introductions written in other Publications:

2009:  “Is it gluten-free? An A-Z of things gluten-free. 2nd Edition”. By Carole Hofflin, [CatsKitchen Press]

2005:   “Wheat & gluten free”. Recipes by Jodie Vassallo [Fortiori Publishing]

2003:  “Coeliac disease”.  Recipes by Jodie Vassallo [Fortiori Publishing]