Multi-centered Study under ESPEN CoordinationA multinational, multi-centered study on intestinal dysfunction and home TPN was planned within the scope of ESPEN, which is coordinated by Dr. Pironi from Italy. Details are shown below. Our society members, who wish to give support to the study and have experience, have to contact Dr. Pironi.
Invitation to General AssemblyKEPAN Society General Assembly will be gathered on March 13, 2015 at 6 PM in Antalya Belek Cornelia Diamond Hotel. If enough majority wont’ be provided on that date, General Assembly meeting will be held on March 20, 2015 at 6 PM in Antalya Belek Cornelia Diamond Hotel.
Congress Support for KEPAN 2015 KEPAN Executive Committee decided to support 30 participants including 20 physicians and 10 non-physician health workers for our national congress which will be held on March 18-22, 2015 in Antalya.
LLL Courses will be held in Istanbul on November 15, 2014.LLL Courses will be held on November 15, 2014 in Istanbul under the topics “Nutritional Support in Cancer, Nutritional Support in Elderly, Nutritional Support in Gastrointestinal Diseases, Nutritional Support in Neurological Diseases, Nutrition in Obesity and Parenteral Nutrition”.
Ankara Numune Hospital won the 3rd prize in International Nutrition Survey studyKEPAN sponsored Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hatice Yağmurdur for her ASPEN 2014 Congress attendance and she received the prize on behalf of her team. Ankara Numune Hospital won the third price in International Nutrition Survey 2013 study in terms of data quality. Dr. Daren Heyland from Canada is the coordinator in the study and 11 intensive care units from Turkey participated the study. 190 intensive care units from 25 different countries participated with a total registry of 3997 patients.
KEPAN 2nd training meeting outside Turkey was held in TehranWith the support of Nutricia, approximately 100 clinicians attended the training meeting. Common subjects on nutrition were discussed until noon and in the afternoon case discussions on Pediatrics, Neurology, General Surgery and Intensive Care were included in 4 parallel sessions with keypad. The meeting was ended with questions and discussions.