July 26th, 2016
The 23rd ESPEN Course of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care that will be held in Wieliczka (Poland) between 16th-22nd October 2016. The main aim of this course is to provide a more practically oriented knowledge in the field of nutrition and every year the level of courses is becoming more and more advanced. The ESPEN Education and Clinical Practice Committee in close collaboration with the POLSPEN have built a solid curriculum to provide participants with practically oriented knowledge in the field of nutrition. In the best ESPEN tradition, it will include comprehensive workshops and lectures by international experts that cover a full span of major nutritional topics.
Over 60 participants (4 from each country) will be accepted.
The final program for this top educational event and all the information regarding registration can be downloaded here.
June 22nd, 2016
The 2016 impact factors have now been released and ESPEN is pleased to report that, despite the preliminary analysis that suggested a decrease, CN’s impact factor actually rose very slightly, from 4.476 to 4.487. The journal ranks 10th out of 78 in the Nutrition & Dietetics category. Among other metrics:
Among the other major metrics:
- The immediacy index increased from 0.762 to 0.955, which is the highest it’s ever been.
- The journal’s self-citation rate is 5.6% (5.3% when we include only citations that were counted in the impact factor).
- The journals that cite CN the most are:
o CN (5.6% of total citations)
o Nutricion Hospitalaria (4.2%)
o JPEN (2.9%)
o PLOS One (2.3%)
o Nutrition (2.1%)
Congratulations to the Editor Prof. N.Deutz and the whole team of Clinical Nutrition!
June 5th, 2016
We are pleased to announce ESPEN’s Expert Course: Good Pharmaceutical Practices for Parenteral Nutrition Compounding.The course will be held 2nd – 3th September 2016 at the Pharmacy Compounding Unit, Stanley Dudrick Hospital, Skawina, Cracow, Poland.
PN is a complex prescription preparation used in a wide variety of clinical conditions for patients across the age spectrum. Due to the requirement of numerous calculations, risk of incompatibility, and the necessity to adjust the doses for individual needs of patients with respect of current guidelines, they are more liable to errors at each stage of the PN preparation process. This course is tailored for pharmacists especially involved in Parenteral Nutrition compounding.
ESPEN will provide course material and lunch, dinner and coffee break, whereas delegates have to fund their travel and accommodation. Number is limited to 20 delegates, with priority being given to ESPEN members. We encourage you to register for the course and look forward to welcoming you in Skawina!
To apply, please send a CV to: email@example.com (Magdalena Pietka).
You canfind the flyer here
May 31st, 2016
The IDB & Nutrition symposium is tailored for doctors, especially our young fellows and junior physicians, across the fields of gastroenterology / endoscopy, surgery and internal medicine. The symposium will cover topics including clinical nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease, advanced imaging techniques in IBD and the gut microbiome in IBD.
We would also like to encourage our nursing colleagues to attend the meeting. In the field of endoscopy, doctors and nurses work together as a very close team and our hands-on training partners, ESGENA, have brought to our attention just how relevant the meeting content is for their members.
Interaction, including the exchange of ideas, clinical experiences and knowledge between faculty and participants is a central element of our symposia. Quality in Endoscopy symposia demonstrate that the combination of highly communicative teaching with a strong, supportive and dedicated faculty is the key to success. Alongside senior speakers, presenters from the up and coming younger generation will contribute to innovative and lively sessions.
We encourage you to register for the symposium and look forward to welcoming you to Dublin!
To find out more about this event, please visit the Quality in Endoscopy website
May 30th, 2016
The Turkish Clinical Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition Society (KEPAN) organized “Clinical Nutrition Congress For Students” about the awareness of malnutrition and the importance of nutrition support between March 18-19, 2016 in Ankara. Malnutrition, team approach, basics of parenteral and enteral nutrition were presented by medical doctors and dietitians. Case studies on geriatric, oncological, surgical and intensive care unit patients were presented by students and discussed with the participants interactively. the total 407 participants-students came from 13 different cities of Turkey (302 dietetics, 82 medical, 13 pharmacy and 10 nursing school students).
May 29th, 2016
Newcastle University will be hosting a NuGO Short Course in Personalised Nutrition on 5th-7th July 2016. This course is aimed at postgraduate students and post-doctorates currently interested in the design and delivery of personalised nutrition interventions. Topics covered will include linking genetics and nutrition, the health implications of personalised nutrition interventions and recent advances in technology.
Further details are available here (website) and at the flyer.
May 24th, 2016
The 4th ESPEN Workshop on “Cancer in Nutrition” will take place in Berlin (October 23rd-24th, 2016). You can find the final and very interesting program here.
March 31st, 2016
ESPEN is happy to announce that many ESPEN colleagues have co authored this new book, edited by Jean Charles Preiser, also an ESPEN member. This book demonstrates how the latest insights into the physiopathology of the stress response can be integrated into clinical practice. The topic is particularly relevant since the metabolic changes triggered by acute stress, including adaptive responses such as resistance to anabolic signals, have recently been more precisely delineated.
March 30th, 2016
The 4th ESPEN Workshop will take place in Berlin (October 23rd-24th, 2016) and will be about” Cancer in Nutrition”. You can find the flyer including preliminary information here.
March 15th, 2016
It is a great pleasure to remind you about the 2016 MNI Grant, which will be rewarding ongoing or planned national initiatives for Optimal Nutritional Care Approach. Such an initiative must be endorsed by national PEN societies (worldwide), but not necessarily run by a national PEN society.
The € 30,000 grant is supported by the Medical Nutrition International Industry (MNI) group and is now open for applications. The deadline for application is June 16th 2016.
Presentations of previous winner projects are available for your perusal here. The winner of the grant will be announced during the Malnutrition Event at the ESPEN 2016 Congress in Copenhagen in September 2016.
More information can be found here or on the MNI website.