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21st May 2021 – Nutricia Global Virtual Conference

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Adult Nutritional Session

Topics and Presenters at a glance

11:30 – 12:30

1.1 Nutritional therapy along the patient journey: lessons learnt from COVID-19

Chair: Prof. Paul Wischmeyer (US)

  • Recovery starts in the ICU: Nutritional management strategies in ICU; learnings from COVID-19.
    Prof. Paul Wischmeyer (US)
  • Managing the transition from the acute to the recovery phase in post-ICU.
    Prof. Arthur Van Zanten (NL)
  • Ensuring nutritional care continuity after discharge to support recovery.
    Dr. Anne Holdoway (UK)
12:30 – 13:15

1.2 New clinical evidence on nutrition in COVID-19: The NutriCOVer program

Chair Prof. Elisabeth De Waele & Dr. Emanuele Cereda

This session will feature new clinical evidence on the role of nutritional management in patients with COVID-19, including:

  • New evidence on the impact of Oropharyngeal Dysphagia & Malnutrition in COVID-19.
    Prof. Pere Clavé (ES)
  • Effect of oral nutritional supplements on recovery in hospitalized COVID-19 patients – results from a multicenter prospective study.
    Dr. Kirill Krylov (RU)
  • Gastrointestinal and sensory symptoms, nutritional management and energy-protein intake in hospitalized patients with COVID-19.
    Prof. Dan Waitzberg (BR)
15:15 – 16:15

4.1 Disease-related malnutrition: new perspectives to optimise patient outcomes

Chair Dr. Trevor Smith (UK)

  • An update on the management of malnutrition in the community: Challenges and opportunities to improve patient care.
    Dr. Trevor Smith (UK)
  • Managing malnutrition with individualized nutritional care.
    Dr. Peter Collins (AU)
  • A timely challenge: addressing nutritional needs to support immune function.
    Prof. Philip Calder (UK)
16:15 – 17:15

4.2 Latest developments in muscle-targeted nutritional therapy

Chair Prof. Andrea Maier (NL)

  • Nutrition and exercise strategies for optimal muscle recovery in patients with sarcopenia.
    Prof. Luc van Loon (NL)
  • Sarcopenia awareness and physical performance outcomes in clinical practice.
    Prof. Andrea Maier (NL)
  • New evidence on the role of muscle-targeted nutritional therapy in rehabilitation.
    Dr. Emanuele Cereda (IT)

 

17:15 – 18:15

4.3 New guidelines on nutritional therapy as an integral part of Cancer care

Chair Prof. Paula Ravasco (PT)

  • Nutrition as part of the multidisciplinary approach to cancer treatment.
    Prof. Alessandro Laviano (IT)
  • New ESMO cachexia guidelines and ESPEN guidelines on nutrition: What is the difference?
    Dr. Jann Arends (DE)
  • From guidelines to clinical practice.
    Prof. Paula Ravasco (PL)
15:15 – 16:15

5.1 High protein enteral feeding strategies in the ICU & post-ICU

Chair Prof. Arthur Van Zanten (NL)

  • New news in the value of nutritional management in ICU.
    Prof. Arthur Van Zanten (NL)
  • Protein in ICU, can we deliver what guidelines prescribe?
    Dr. Lee-anne Chapple (AU)
  • Strategies for post-ICU nutritional management.
    Dr. Emma Ridley (AU)
16:15 – 17:15

5.2 Virtual hands-on feeding tube placement

Introduction.

  • Virtual hands-on feeding tube placement.
    Anette Vaagan (NO)
17:15 – 18:15

5.3 Long term enteral feeding: patient & clinician insights

Chair Dr. Pawel Kabata (PL)

Long term enteral feeding between experience and evidence:

  • Patient insights: Living with it – Interview.
    Claudia Braunstein & Monika Beyer (DE)
  • Enteral nutrition to cover the calorie deficit: Can be? Should be? Must be?
    Dr. Rolf Schaefer (DE)
  • When and how long term enteral feeding can help?
    Dr. Pawel Kabata (PL)
15:15 – 16:25

6.1 Aging and nutrition: spotlight on sarcopenia and cognitive decline

Chair Prof. Miia Kivipelto (FI/SE)

  • Changes in nutritional demands as we age: implications on health status of older adults.
    Prof. Lisette de Groot (NL)
  • Sarcopenia in the community: current gaps in nutritional management.
    Prof. Jűrgen Bauer (DE)
  • Findings from NUDAD.
    (Nutrition – the Unrecognized Determinant in Alzheimer’s Disease)
    Prof. Wiesje van der Flier (NL)
  • World-Wide FINGERS program: prevent cognitive decline using a multi-domain lifestyle intervention including nutrition.
    Prof. Miia Kivipelto (FI/SE)
16:25 – 17:15

6.2 Timely management of patients with MCI/ early Alzheimer’s

Chair Prof. Miia Kivipelto (FI/SE)

  • The challenge of detecting Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI).
    Prof. John Harrison (UK)
  • Managing Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) patients.
    Dr. Bernadette McGuinness (UK)
  • Specific nutritional intervention in prodromal Alzheimer Disease: results from a 3-year LipiDiDiet clinical trial.
    Prof. Tobias Hartmann (DE) at CTAD
17:15 – 18:15

6.3 Practical nutritional guidance to navigate the Stroke patient journey

Chair Prof. Pere Clavé (ES)

  • Nutritional management across the Stroke care continuum: an MDT consensus.
    Dr. Anne Holdoway (UK)
  • Practical guidance on screening and management of Dysphagia in acute Stroke.
    Prof. Rainer Dziewas (DE)
  • Assessing healthcare costs of post-Stroke Dysphagia and its complications.
    Prof. Pere Clavé (ES)

Adult Timetable

11.00-11.30

Keynote opening speech

11:30-12:30

1.1 Nutritional therapy along the patient journey: lessons learnt from COVID-19

12:30-13:15

1.2 New clinical evidence on nutrition in COVID-19: The NutriCOVer program

13:15-13:45

Break/Networking session – Meet the experts

13:45-14:45

Round table – Nutrition education in the last 125 years

14:45-15:15

Break/Networking session – Meet the experts

15:15 –

4.1 Disease-related malnutrition: new perspectives to optimise patient outcomes

5.1 High protein enteral feeding strategies in the ICU & post-ICU

6.1 Aging and nutrition: spotlight on sarcopenia and cognitive decline

16:15 –

4.2 Latest developments in muscle-targeted nutritional therapy

5.2 Virtual hands-on feeding tube placement

 

16:25 –

6.2 Timely management of patients with MCI/ early Alzheimer’s

17:15-18:15

4.3 New guidelines on nutritional therapy as an integral part of Cancer care

5.3 Long term enteral feeding: patient & clinician insights

6.3 Practical nutritional guidance to navigate the Stroke patient journey

Pediatric Nutrition Sessions

Topics and Presenters at a glance

11:30 – 12:30

2.1 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on child growth and development

Chair Prof. Damayanti R. Sjarif (ID)

  • Food security- Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on food access.
    Speaker TBC
  • Impact of COVID-19 on nutritional status & growth.
    Prof. Damayanti R. Sjarif (ID)
  • Effects of iron deficiency on infants and young children and strategies to improve iron absorption.
    Prof. Michael Zimmermann (CH)
  • Screening for iron deficiency anaemia in the new norm.
    Speaker TBC – On Demand
  • The pandemic’s impact on children’s mental health
    Dr. Kelly Fradin (US) – On Demand
12:30 – 13:15

 2.2 Paediatric Care in COVID times: DisCover the future now

Chair Dr. Alexandra Boelrijk (NL)

  • Digital care in paediatrics during COVID-19: the future is now.
    Dr. Nicole van Eldik (NL)
  • A perspective from around the world – the impact of COVID-19 on infants and young children with food allergies.
    A view from Allergy experts
11:30 – 12:30

 3.1 Myths and facts related to breastfeeding and COVID–19

Chair Prof. Hans van Goudoever (NL)

  • Latest insights on COVID-19 during pregnancy and BF.
    Dr. Sarah Jarvis (UK)
  • SARS-CoV-2, IgA antibodies and human milk: What is the latest evidence?
    Duo-presentation Prof. Lars Bode (US) & Prof. Hans van Goudoever (NL)
12:30 – 13:15

3.2 The Power of Breastfeeding

Chair Prof. Meng Mao (CN)

  • Benefits and barriers of effective breastfeeding – the first evidence-based guidelines for breastfeeding support in China.
    Prof. Meng Mao (CN)
  • Probiotics – an exciting and powerful strategy in mastitis prevention.
    Prof. Juan Miguel Rodriguez (ES)
  • Every drop counts – insights on global prevalence of mixed milk feeding and related drivers & practices.
    Prof. Carlo Agostoni (IT)
15:15 – 15:30

10.1 Key note lecture: Critical milestones in infant formula development

Prof. Hania Szajewska (PL)

15:30 – 16:30

10.2 The first 1000 days: a unique window of opportunity to shape the future

Chair Prof. Bernd Stahl (NL)

  • Learning from nature: Human milk, a key driver for gut microbiota and immune development.
    Dr. Maria Carmen Collado (ES)
  • Bifidobacteria and early life: A healthy combination.
    Prof. Douwe van Sinderen (IE)
  • Human Milk Oligosaccharides: The old and new frontier.
    Prof. Lars Bode (US)
16:30 – 17:15

10.3 Factors influencing the early gut colonization and its lifelong impact

Chair Prof. Jan Knol (NL)

  • Antibiotic treatment in early life has long-term consequences.
    Prof. Samuli Rautava (FI)
  • Nutrition intervention strategies for cesarean section- induced alterations in the microbiotagut-brain axis.
    Prof. John Cryan (IE)
  • The infant gut microbiome and impact on growth.
    Dr. Ruairi Robertson (IE) – On demand
17:15 – 18:15

10.4 The biotics family in early life and their role on immunity

Chair Prof. Seppo Salminen (FI)

  • Feeding the microbiome – Prebiotics and human milk oligosaccharides.
    Dr. Mohamad Miqdady (UAE)
  • The exciting potential of the newest biotics family member – postbiotics.
    Prof. Flavia Indrio (IT)
  • How can synbiotics modulate the microbiota and shape the immune system?
    Prof. Nikos Papadopoulos (GR)
15:15 – 16:10

9.1 Practical view on the diagnosis of Cow’s Milk Allergy (CMA)

Chair Dr. Mário Vieira (BR)

  • Hints and tips on the diagnosis of CMA.
    Dr. Carina Venter (US)
  • A practical guide to supporting breastfeeding infants with CMA.
    Dr. Vicki McWilliam (AU)
  • A practical approach to choosing the right hypoallergenic formula for your infant with CMA.
    Dr. Rosan Meyer (UK)
16:10 – 17:10

9.2 Synbiotics in allergy management: Gut microbiota and immune defense in CMA

Chair Dr. Mário Vieira (BR)

  • Cause and effect of an imbalanced GI microbiota in early life.
    Prof. Harald Renz (DE)
  • Synbiotics from science to clinical application where are we now?
    Prof. Udo Herz (DE) and Prof. Seppo Salminen (FI)
  • Clinical benefits of synbiotics beyond the dietary management of infants with cow’s milk allergy.
    Prof. Anna Nowak-Węgrzyn (US)
17:10 – 17:55

9.3 Nutritional management of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders (FGIDs)

Chair Dr. Mário Vieira (BR)

  • Clinical presentation of FGID’s and the overlap with CMA in infants.
    Dr. Mário Vieira (BR)
  • What’s new in the dietary management of infant regurgitation.
    Prof. Yvan Vandenplas (BE)
17:55 – 18:15

9.4 Panel discussion of 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 Allergy sessions

Chair Dr. Mário Vieira (BR)

Latest perspectives in the practical diagnosis and management of CMA and FGID’s.

15:15 – 16:45

7.1 Dietary management in Inborn Errors of Metabolism (IEMs): from the history of specialized nutrition to new learnings about the microbiome in early life.

Chair Dr. Anita MacDonald (UK)

  • History of specialized nutrition for the dietary management of IEMs.
    Dr. Anita MacDonald (UK)
  • Establishing the Gut Microbiota in Early Life: why it matters in IEMs?
    Dr. Kelly Tappenden (US)
16:45 – 18:15

7.2 The Medical Ketogenic Diet: past, present and future

Chair Dr. Anita MacDonald (UK)

  • 100 years of Ketogenic Diet in Epilepsy.
    Prof. Eric Kossoff (US)
  • Emerging contributions of the GUT microbiome to the Ketogenic Diet.
    Prof. Elaine Hsiao (US)
15:15 – 16:00

8.1 New clinical implementation strategies to support children’s growth in the new norm

Chair Prof. Peter Sullivan (UK)

  • The Challenge of Growth Monitoring with Remote Consultations.
    Dr. Luise Marino (UK) & Dr. Rosan Meyer (UK)
16:00 – 16:30

8.2 Gastrointestinal tract as an intelligent organ

Chair Prof. Peter Sullivan (UK)

  • Gastrointestinal tract as an intelligen organ in enteral feeding.
    Prof. Nikhil Thapar (AU)
16:30 – 17:00

8.3 A new Screening Tool to identify undernutrition & feeding/swallowing difficulties in children with Cerebral Palsy

Chair Prof. Peter Sullivan (UK)

  • The Feeding & Nutrition Screening Tool (FNST) for children with Cerebral Palsy.
    Dr. Kath Benfer (AU)
17:00 – 18:00

8.4 Clinical insights into the assessment and management of children on the Picky Eating spectrum

Chair Prof. Peter Sullivan (UK)

  • Top tips for HCPs: nutritional assessment & management of Picky Eating.
    Chris Smith (UK)
  • Avoidance Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID): The latest clinical insights.
    Rebecca Thomas (US)
18:00 – 18:15

Lessons learned

Prof. Peter Sullivan (UK)

Pediatric Timetable

11:00–11:30

Keynote opening speech

11:30-12:30

2.1 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on child growth and development

3.1 Myths and facts related to breastfeeding and COVID–19

12:30-13:15

2.2 Paediatric Care in COVID times: DisCover the future now

3.2 The Power of Breastfeeding

13:15-13:45

Break/Networking session – Meet the experts

13:45-14:45

Round table – Nutrition education in the last

14:45 – 15:15

Break/Networking session – Meet the expert

15:15-

7.1 Dietary management in Inborn Errors of Metabolism (IEMs): from the history of specialized nutrition to new learnings about the microbiome in early life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.1 New clinical implementation strategies to support children’s growth in the new norm

9.1 Practical view on the diagnosis of Cow’s Milk Allergy (CMA)

10.1 Key note lecture: Critical milestones in infant formula development

15:30-

10.2 The first 1000 days: a unique window of opportunity to shape the future

16:00-

8.2 Gastrointestinal tract as an intelligent organ

16:10-

9.2 Synbiotics in allergy management: Gut microbiota and immune defense in CMA

16:30

8.3 A new Screening Tool to identify undernutrition & feeding/swallowing
difficulties in children with Cerebral Palsy

10.3 Factors influencing the early gut colonization and its lifelong impact

16:45-

The Medical Ketogenic Diet: past, present and future

17:00-

8.4 Clinical insights into the assessment and management of children on the Picky Eating spectrum

17:10-

9.3 Nutritional management of Functional Gastro-intestinal Disorders (FGIDs)

17:15-

10.4 The biotics family in early life and their role on immunity

17:55-

Panel discussion of  Allergy sessions

18:00-18:15

Lessons learned

 

Promóciós kód:  SN21ALLSPE43ONLHU    Lezárás dátuma: 2021.04.20.

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