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PENG Study Day – Wednesday, 26 September 2018, 9am - 5pm

Where are we with parenteral nutrition?

Venue: thestudio..., 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP

On 26th September 2018 hear the latest evidence for the use of parenteral nutrition in different clinical scenarios and how to manage the complications that can arise.

Come and hear these fantastic presentations and workshops from our speakers:

  • Parenteral Nutrition in pancreatic disease - Mary Philips, HBP Dietitian
  • Surgical complications including fistula and short bowel - Mel Baker, Intestinal Failure Dietitian
  • National audit of small bowel obstruction - Matt Lee, Colorectal Surgeon
  • Complications of parenteral nutrition - Alison Culkin, Intestinal Failure Dietitian

Also join in the following workshops:

  • Estimating requirements for Parenteral Nutrition in obesity - Bruno Mafrici, Alison Culkin, Mel Baker and other PENG committee members
  • Formulating a bespoke bag of parenteral nutrition - Eileen Baker, Pete Turner, Mel Baker, Alison Culkin
  • Monitoring patients receiving parenteral nutrition
  • PENG members £65
  • Non PENG members £95
  • BDA Student Members £35

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St Mark's hospital intestinal failure, rehabilitation and home parenteral nutrition course - 20th Anniversary

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the St Mark’s nutrition and intestinal failure team are happy to announce that the course on intestinal failure, rehabilitation and home parenteral nutrition course has been extended to three days to cover all three types of intestinal failure.

10th of December

Day 1 will cover aspects of type 1 intestinal failure including causes and prevention, refeeding, requirements, short term access, types of enteral and parenteral nutrition, drug management and a TED style talk on Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS).

11th of December

Day 2 will cover aspects of type 2 intestinal failure and will focus on the management of enterocutenous fistula, fistuloclysis/distal feeding, pharmacology issues, management of chronic pain and dysmotility plus a TED style talk on the microbiome and IBD in intestinal failure.

12th of December

Day 3 will cover type 3 intestinal failure and will focus on home parenteral nutrition including HIFNET and the HPN framework, monitoring, psychological aspects, complications such as infections, metabolic and abnormal LFTs, malignancy, intestinal rehabilitation and transplantation.

We look forward to seeing you in December at the Royal Society of Medicine.

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