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BAPEN 2018 Annual Conference. 20th-21st Nov 2018 at Harrogate Convention Centre, United Kingdom, will focus on providing quality nutritional care

Dr. Andrew Rachford, Chair of Education & Training, BAPEN invites participants for 2018 BAPEN Annual Conference, 20 - 21 November 2018, Harrogate Convention Centres, United Kingdom.  The conference provides an excellent oppo…

Dr. Andrew Rachford, Chair of Education & Training, BAPEN invites participants for 2018 BAPEN Annual Conference, 20 - 21 November 2018, Harrogate Convention Centres, United Kingdom.  The conference provides an excellent opportunity for multi-professional learning and features presentations from leading national and international experts. The chaired poster sessions are a great way of presenting the work that you have been doing; the best posters will be selected for oral presentation and all accepted abstracts are published on-line in eSPEN. Submit your abstracts and register for this UK's only dedicated nutrition conference today. There are significant reductions for BAPEN members and early bird registration. 

This year’s symposia will cover:
  • Gastrophysics and the "shape" of Food
  • Information Technology for Nutrition Support
  • Home Enteral Tube Feeding
  • Mesenteric ischemia
  • Palliative Care and PN
  • Prehabilitation - Getting fit for surgery
  • Nutrition and Liver
  • Invasive Access for Enteral Nutrition
Other highlights will include:
  • Update on BAPEN’s current activities
  • Pennington and BAPEN Keynote Lectures
  • Original Communications
  • Chaired Poster Sessions
  • Industry Partners Exhibition
  • BAPEN Annual Dinner
For more information about the conference: https://www.bapen.org.uk/resources-and-education/meetings/annual-conference 

About BAPEN: BAPEN* is a Charitable Association that raises awareness of malnutrition and works to advance the nutritional care of patients and those at risk from malnutrition in the wider community.
BAPEN brings together the strengths of its Core Groups to raise awareness and understanding of malnutrition in all settings and provides education, advice and resources to advance the nutritional care of patients and those at risk from malnutrition in the wider community.
 

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