Annual Conference Presentations - 2014

Dementia Dilemmas - Part 1


Date: Tuesday 14th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Anna Richman - Introduction to Dementia
  • Yoram Inspector - Food and Mood
  • Roger Bullock - A review of the evidence and potential role of Novel Substrates
  • Ruth Stow - A cluster randomised feasibility trial evaluating current dietary interventions in the treatment of malnutrition in care home-dwelling adults: a protocol
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Updated Sunday 8th March 2015

Home PN - Safe and Sound


Date: Tuesday 14th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Andy Low - Safety and Contingency in the provision of HPN - a commercial perspective
  • Mia Small - Practical issues and current concerns - getting patients home on HPN
  • Anna Hughes - Discharging the Child home on Parenteral Nutrition - the practical guide
  • Mani Naghibi - HPN treatment during the palliative phase of malignancy - a UK single centre case series with analysis of survival prediction tools
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Updated Sunday 8th March 2015

Dementia Dilemmas - Part 2


Date: Tuesday 14th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Jo Birrell and Jo White - Feeding the problem… issues relating to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Mia Small - Fluid displacement associated with positive displacement connectors: how important is the clamping sequence?
  • Tom Banham and Richard Hancock - New enteral Connectors, Enfit connector, ISO80369-3 small Bore introduction, update and planned timings
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Updated Thursday 12th March 2015

ERAS


Date: Tuesday 14th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Wendy Lewis - What Enchanced Recovery is: a practice based overview providing the current national and international context
  • Rachel Barlow - Nutritional aspects of ERP
  • Jon Watt - Post-operative nausea and vomiting
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Updated Sunday 8th March 2015

A patients journey


Date: Tuesday 14th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Mani Naghibi - A case of acute mesenteric infarct - but life goes on
  • Yoram Inspector - Adjustment to acute insult and chronic disease
  • Mani Naghibi - HPN journey - a life less ordinary
  • Janet Baxter - Quality of life on HPN
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Updated Tueaday 10th March 2015

Vitamins and micronutrients through the ages


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • David Bender - Micronutrients: how much is enough and can we have too much?
  • S Gariballa - 25 hydorxyviatmin D status and muscle function in autely ill patients and their response to mixed nutrition supplements
  • Wofgang Hogler - Global Consensus Guidelines on the Prevention and Management of Rickets
  • Sarah MacDonald - Late onset vitamin and micronutrient complications of short bowel syndrome
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Updated Tuesday 10th March 2015

Feeding the obese


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Gail Pinnock - Pre-surgical assessment and the nutritional management of bariatric surgery
  • Mimi Chen - Endocrine changes associated with bariatric surgery
  • Shaw Somers - Avoiding long-term nutritional problems in bariatric surgery patients
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Updated Tuesday 10th March 2015

Good nutritional practice - what England can learn from the devolved nations


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Amelia Jukes - The All Wales Approach
  • Fiona Mackenzie - Its not all deep fried Mars Bars
  • Pauline Mulholland - Ireland - Promoting Good Nutrition: NI Approach
  • E Murray - Outcomes for Home Parenteral Nutrition Patients in Northern Ireland - a twenty year audit
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Updated Sunday 8th March 2015

Feeding Guidelines for patients with eating disorders


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dasha Nicholls- Junior MARSIPAN - what was it for and where has it got us?
  • Rhys Jones - Eating disorders: managing challenging behaviours in an inpatient setting
  • Paul Robinson - Update on Adult MARSIPAN: progress and problems
  • B Aldeiri - Functional gut dysmotility of prematurity: a common and physiological feature to consider in the newborn
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Updated Thursday 12th March 2015

A Safe Pass


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Susan Hill and Sheldon Cooper - Child to adult: safe transition from paediatric to adult IF services
  • Simon Gabe and Steve Middleton - Chronic IF to transplant: when to refer for intestinal transplantation
  • Mike Stroud - Chronic IF to the end: how to manage end of life on PN.
  • Alison Culkin - "The search for an ideal oral rehydration solution for patients with a high output stoma is over"
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Updated Tuesday 10th March 2015

Pennington Lecture


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 60mins

Speaker(s):

  • Caroline Lecko - The week we had tea and scones - creating a social movement to influence change.
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Updated Sunday 8th March 2015

BAPEN keynote lecture


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 60mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Rodney Burnham - Feed me with food convenient for me. Nutritional care towards the end of life.
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Updated Sunday 8th March 2015

Satellite - Nutrition & Surgery


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 60mins

Speaker(s):

  • Mary Hickson - Specialised oral or enteral nutrition measures in patients with chyle leaks.
  • Fiona Huddy - Nutritional interventions enhance recovery after oesophagectomy.
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Updated Sunday 8th March 2015

Satellite - Dysphagia Dilemmas


Date: Wednesday 15th October 2014

Duration: Approx. 60mins

Speaker(s):

  • Linda Blackie and Marjory Macleod - A hard act to swallow: a joint presentation on the roles of the Speech & Language Therapist and Dietitian in understanding and managing dysphagia.
  • Ben Hanson- Through thick and thin: flow properties and textures of products for dysphagia management.
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Updated Sunday 8th March 2015