Annual Conference Presentations - 2015

Food:Friend or Foe in Cancer?


Date: Monday 22nd June 2015

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Sheldon Cooper - What Role Does Nutrition Play in the Aetiology of Upper GI Cancer?
  • Professor Donald McMillan - Science of Cancer Cachexia
  • Professor Philip Calder - Role of Oral Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Prevention and Treatment of Cancer
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Cancer care: Dealing with the Nutritional Fallout


Date: Monday 22nd June 2015

Duration: Approx. 120mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Sorrel Burden - Malnutrition in Cancer: The Scale of the Problem
  • Dr Clare Shaw - Nutritional Consequences of Chemotherapy and their Management
  • Professor Dileep Lobo - Pre and Peri-Operative Nutrition
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Feeding in Cancer: Prolonging Life or Prolonging Death?


Date: Monday 22nd June 2015

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Paul O’Toole & Mrs Alison Young - Securing Feeding in Head and Neck Cancer patients Undergoing Radiotherapy: Push PEG vs. Pull PEG vs. RIG
  • Dr Rachel Burman - Appropriate Nutrition Support: Feeding Dilemmas at the End of Life
  • Dr Jeremy Woodward - Palliative HPN: How to Select the Patient
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Nutrition MDT


Date: Monday 22nd June 2015

Duration: Approx. 60mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Muhammad Khan - Cure sometimes, treat often, comfort always
  • Dr Benjamin Disney - Nutrition MDT – Case Presentation
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

BAPEN Malnutrition Matters - Plenary Session


Date: Wednesday 24th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 45mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Mike Stroud, BAPEN President - BAPEN Malnutrition Matters: the Problem: causes, consequences, care failings & costs
  • Dr Andrew Rochford, Chair of BAPEN Education and Training Committee - BAPEN Malnutrition Matters: the Solutions: new approaches, new networks, new resources
  • Dr Mike Stroud, BAPEN President - BAPEN Malnutrition Matters: the future in all 4 UK devolved nations
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Pennington Lecture


Date: Wednesday 24th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 45mins

Speaker(s):

  • Professor Philip Calder - Immunonutrition – Where Are We Now?
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Dietary Influence on GI Disease


Date: Wednesday 24th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 120mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Tim Trebble - Enteral Nutrition as a Treatment for Crohn’s disease
  • Anne Holdaway - What’s New in the Dietary Management of Coeliac Disease?
  • Professor Kevin Whelan - FODMAPS and GI Disorders – Where Are We Now?
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Intestinal Failure: what now? Where next?


Date: Wednesday 24th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 120mins

Speaker(s):

  • Mia Small - Sending a Patient Home on Parenteral Nutrition
  • Jeremy Nightingale - High Output Stoma
  • Mattias Soop - Re-Entering the Hostile Abdomen
  • Yaser Naji - Central Vein Thrombosis
  • Pete Turner - Abnormal Liver Function and Parenteral Nutrition
  • Andrew Butler, Jeremy Woodward, Simon Gabe, Al Windsor - Case Debate – New Treatments for Intestinal Failure
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Access for enteral nutrition


Date: Wednesday 24th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 120mins

Speaker(s):

  • Wendy-Ling Relph - Enteral Access the Good, Bad and the Ugly
  • Dr Barry Jones - Problems with PEGS – Where Are We Now?
  • Alison Young - Fistuloclysis and Distal Feeding
  • Mr Graeme Couper, Mr Nathan Howes - Debate: Oesophagogastrectomy Patients should have Routine Post-operative Jejunostomy Feeding
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Nutrition support teams: are they worth it?


Date: Wednesday 24th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Jeremy Woodward - Nutrition Teams – What’s the Point?
  • Kirstine Farrer - Dietitians and the NST
  • Peter Austin - Prescribing & Monitoring Nutrition Support
  • Liz Evans - Parenteral Feeding Access – Minimising Risk
  • Mike Stroud - Persuading Management – The Economic Case for NSTs
  • Dr Jeremy Woodward - Nutrition Teams – Where Next?
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Nutrition in liver disease


Date: Wednesday 24th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 90mins

Speaker(s):

  • Ahmed Elsharkawy - Nutrition in the Cirrhotic Patient
  • Simon Gabe - Minimising Liver Dysfunction during Parenteral Feeding
  • Gillian Gatiss, Dr Trevor Smith - Debate: Decompensated Liver Disease Patients Always Require a Very High Energy Intake
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Getting it right in nutritional support: what to give (1)


Date: Thursday 25th June 2015

Duration: Only PDFs of this session available

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Sara Smith - Nutritional Assessment
  • Pete Turner - Estimating Macronutrient Requirements
  • Dr Callum Livingstone - Micronutrient Requirements and Monitoring
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Getting it right in nutritional support: what to give (2)


Date: Thursday 25th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 120mins

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Mike Stroud - Fluid Needs in Illness and Injury
  • Tony Murphy - Putting it in the Bag
  • Dr Khursheed Jeejeebhoy - BAPEN KEYNOTE LECTURE: Bulk or Bounce? What are the Aims of Nutrition Support?
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Understanding eating disorders: a guide for the perplexed


Date: Thursday 25th June 2015

Duration: Approx. 120mins

Speaker(s):

  • Alistair McKinlay - Eating Disorder or Feeding Disorder?
  • Jane Morris - The Natural History Eating Disorders
  • Ulrike Schmidt - A Non-Psychiatrist’s Guide to Therapy
  • Tim Bowling - How Can We Make Treatment More Effective?
  • Frances Connan - Legal Aspects of Treatment
  • Alistair McKinlay - Putting it all together
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Last Updated: 22/02/16

Grand round: anorexia


Date: Thursday 25th June 2015

Duration: Only PDFs of this session available

Speaker(s):

  • Dr Alastair Mckinlay, Dr Jane Morris - Anorexia – Case Presentation
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Last Updated: 22/02/16