December 4th, 2016
ESPEN recognizes that the use of specific tools or the implementations of specific clinical procedures are becoming the key to ensure the delivery of good clinical practice. Therefore, ESPEN is continuously supporting courses focusing on the practical approach to key diagnostic and therapeutic tools/procedures. The aims of the ESPEN Experts’ Courses are in line with the ESPEN recommendations although the discussion of emerging concepts is welcome.
The next ESPEN INTENSIVE COURSE IN TRACER METHODOLOGY IN METABOLISM will give an intensive introduction in the use of stable isotope tracers that can be used in metabolic and nutritional research. A faculty of world experts will be teaching at this course, which includes workshops were the participant are welcomed to present and discuss their tracer protocols with the faculty and the other participants.
Date: Weekend of April 29 and 30, 2017
Place: Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA
Flyer: CTMM2017_Flyer Final
You can find more details on the following link: www.icu-metabolism.se/tracers.html
November 10th, 2016
As survival and quality of life of patients with cancer dramatically improved over the last few years, the management of medical nutrition became critically important for these patients. The tolerance and safety of all modalities of anti-cancer treatment are indeed conditioned by the nutritional status. Hence, the clinicians involved in the care of these patients need a pragmatic review of the currently available evidence in the area of oncology/hematology more than in any other chronic condition. These evidence based guidelines were developed to translate current best evidence and expert opinion into recommendations for multi-disciplinary teams responsible for identification, prevention, and treatment of reversible elements of malnutrition in adult cancer patients.
November 3rd, 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
- Event topics
- Clinical nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease
- Inflammatory bowel disease of the small intestine
- Advances imaging techniques in IBD
- The gut microbiome in IBD
- Interventional and therapeutic endoscopy in IBD
- IBD surveillance
- Register online now!
October 28th, 2016
‘The 23rd ESPEN Course on Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism was held in Wielnicza, Poland between 16-21 October 2016. This course was organised by POLPEN under the supervision of its Chairman Prof. Stanislaw Klek. 67 delegates did attend this course and really enjoyed the quality of the presentations. We also thank all the ESPEN speakers who took part in the event. The atmosphere was excellent and both participants and speakers absolutely satisfied with the overall positive result.
See you next year in Greece (22-28.10.2017)!
October 4th, 2016
In case you could not attend the ESPEN congress in Copenhagen few weeks ago, or even would like to see again that lecture which struck you, now this is possible. Do not miss the opportunity to review the educational lectures given during ESPEN 2016 congress, by clicking on “Congress presentations“, and enjoy the large library of educational lectures that ESPEN provides to members and non-members.
However, after December 31, 2016, the congress presentations will be accessible by members only. One more reason to become an ESPEN member.
September 27th, 2016
As survival and quality of life of patients with cancer dramatically improved over the last few years, the management of medical nutrition became critically important for these patients. The tolerance and safety of all modalities of anti-cancer treatment are indeed conditioned by the nutritional status. Hence, the clinicians involved in the care of these patients need a pragmatic review of the currently available evidence in the area of oncology/hematology more than in any other chronic condition. These evidence based ESPEN guidelines were developed to translate current best evidence and expert opinion into recommendations for multi-disciplinary teams responsible for identification, prevention, and treatment of reversible elements of malnutrition in adult cancer patients. The guidelines were commissioned and financially supported by ESPEN and by the European Partnership for Action Against Cancer (EPAAC), an EU level initiative.
September 26th, 2016
The XIX National Congress of the Mexican PEN Society (AMAEE) to be held in Acapulco is approaching and a plethora of distinguished lecturers (many international) will be sharing knowledge and expertise between October 6th-9th, 2016. You can find the final program here.
September 9th, 2016
The 3rd ESPEN consensus conference will be held on Saturday, September 17th 2016 from 17:00 to 20:00 pm in Copenhagen during the ESPEN congress. THe topic is: Recommendations of the working group “Clinical Nutrition in Neurology” (Rosa Burgos Pelaez (Spain)).
September 7th, 2016
Alcohol and obesity are two major causes for fatty liver disease, today the most common chronic liver disease in the Western world. The Ljubljana conference will focus on these types of nutrition-induced hepatopathies, but also parenteral nutrition-induced cholestasis and liver disease will be addressed (see flyer). You can find more information here.
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.