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What is BAPEN?

The British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN) is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) which brings together leading multi-disciplinary professional and patient groups and networks from across the UK to help promote the best possible outcomes in nutritional care.

UK MAW 2023 National Screening Survey – 6th to 30th November
BAPEN are undertaking a national survey of malnutrition and nutritional care.

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Self-Screening Tool
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IF Registry
MAG Screening Portal
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UK MAW 2023 National Screening Survey – 6th to 30th November
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Events

17 July 2024

BPNG Free Webinar: Refeeding Syndrome

The BPNG will be hosting a free webinar on 17 July. It is focusing on refeeding syndrome and the recent guidance on manage of patients during the anticipated Pabrinex shortage.

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25 July 2024

Gastroenterology SpR Nutrition study day

Venue: University Hospital of Wales

4-6 September 2024

The Leeds course in Clinical Nutrition

Venue: Belfast, Northern Ireland

The Leeds course in Clinical Nutrition

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5-7 September 2024

20th International Coeliac Disease Symposium

Venue: Sheffield, UK

Website: www.icdsmeetings.co.uk

Early bird discounts apply until 31 May 2024.

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Your membership is important to us because together we can make a difference.

At BAPEN we are dedicated to working with patients and their carers, healthcare professionals (HCPs) across all disciplines, purchasers and providers of social care and governing health bodies throughout the UK to improve standards of nutritional care.

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