BSc, MBBS (QLD), FRACP
Dr Kiel is an Australian-trained Gastroenterologist. Dr Kiel completed advanced medical training in the field of Gastroenterology at Nambour and Royal Brisbane Hospitals, before completing a year as the Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Functional Gastrointestinal Fellow at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. Post training, Dr Kiel completed a clinical observership at the Royal Melbourne Hospital with a focus on functional gastrointestinal disorders.
Dr Kiel sees patients with all gastrointestinal conditions, but has a special interest in both Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders. She is one of the few Gastroenterologists in Queensland trained in high-resolution oesophageal manometry-a procedure used to investigate patients with swallowing disorders. Dr Kiel also performs 24 hour pH studies, often used in the assessment of patients with difficult-to-treat gastroesophageal reflux disease. Dr Kiel performs upper endoscopy and colonoscopy, and is passionate about providing high-quality procedures for bowel cancer screening.
Dr Kiel remains committed to the provision of exceptional medical care. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians, and is a member of the Gastroenterology Society of Australia, and the Queensland Gastroenterology Society. Dr Kiel is dedicated to ongoing learning and regularly attends both national and international meetings and is actively involved in registrar and medical student teaching.
MBBS, BSc, FRACP
- Gastroenterology Society of Queensland
- Member of Australian Medical Association
- Member of the Conjoint Committee Australia
- Staff Specialist, Department of Gastroenterology, Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital
- Visiting Medical Officer, St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital
- Visiting Medical Officer, The Wesley Hospital
- Visiting Medical Officer, St Andrew’s Hospital Ipswich
- Kiel NJ, Appleyard MA. Colonoscopy in Colorectal Cancer. Cancer Forum 2014, March
- Kiel NJ, Ho V, Pascoe A. A Case of Gas Gangrene in an Immunosuppressed Crohn’s Patient, World Journal of Gastroenterology, 2011; 17(33):3856-3858
- Bowser, NJ, Ho V, Pascoe A. Clostridium septicum Infection Secondary to Immunosuppression by Sulfasalazine in Crohn's Disease, American Journal of Gastroenterology 2008;103:S206-S372
- Bowser NJ, Murray E, Ho V, Ali A, Macdonald G. Pre-liver transplant micronutrient status and impact on post-liver transplant outcomes, Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 2009;24(Supp2):A296
- Bowel Troubles and Chronic Pelvic Pain: Irritable Bowels, Diagnosis and Dietary Management. Oral Presentation, Pelvic Pain Seminar by True Relationships and Reproductive Health. RBWH, April 15, 2016
- Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Patients With Dysphagia Referred for High Resolution Manometry: Presence of Lower GI Symptoms is a Negative Predictor for Achalasia.
- Poster presentation, Digestive Diseases Week, May 2015, Washington.
- Drug Induced Lupus in Patients with Crohn’s Disease Treated with Anti-TNF Agents. Poster presentation, United European Gastroenterology Week, October 2013, Berlin.
- Pre-liver transplant micronutrient status and impact on post-liver transplant outcomes, Poster presentation, Australian Gastroenterology Week, October 2009, Sydney.
- Clostridium septicum Infection Secondary to Immunosuppression by Sulfasalazine in Crohn's Disease, Poster Presentation, American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando Florida, 2008.