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  1. 1. l Muster-Beispiele Ing. Barbara Biegl  1090, Rögergasse 3/2/28  0699/123 65 228  office@biegl-grafik.at  www.biegl-grafik.at Projekte
  2. 2. l CI-Manual: Logo, Schrift- & Farbschema, Power Point, Plakat & Flyer Beispiel: Kongress-Organisation CI-Manual WMA • Wiener Medizinische Akademie für ärztliche Fortbildung und Forschung Stand: 27. Nov. 2017 17 Power Point WMA • Startseite + Folgeseiten www.medacad.org Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text     10.01.2017   1   www.medacad.org 10.01.2017  Fusszeile   4   Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text     Click  to  add  0tle  text   •  Aufzählung  H.1   •  Aufzählung  H.1   –  Aufzählung  H.2   –  Aufzählung  H.2   •  Aufzählung  H.3   10.01.2017   2  Fusszeile   Click  to  add  0tle  text   Click  to  add  text     10.01.2017  Fusszeile   5   CMYK 0/0/0/85 100 % CI-Manual WMA • Wiener Medizinische Akademie für ärztliche Fortbildung und Forschung Stand: 27. Nov. 2017 2 CMYK 0/95/80/15 100 % Pantone 1797 C 100 % CMYK 0/95/80/15 75 % Pantone 1797 C 75 % CMYK 0/95/80/15 50 % Pantone 1797 C 50 % CMYK 0/95/80/15 25 % Pantone 1797 C 25 % CMYK 12/15/40/3 100 % Pantone 7500 C 100 % CMYK 0/0/0/25 100 % Pantone Cool Gray 6 C 100 % RGB 177/42/52 #b12a34 100 % RGB 194/108/96 #c26c60 75 % RGB 213/162/146 #d5a292 50 % RGB 233/211/200 #e9d3c8 25 % RGB 223/215/175 #dfd7af 100 % RGB 204/204/204 #cccccc 100 % Pantone Cool Gray 11 C 100 % RGB 102/102/102 #666666 100 % Calibri Light 14 pt Calibri Light Italic 14 pt Calibri Regular 14 pt Calibri Italic 14 pt Calibri Bold 14 pt Calibri Bold Light 14 pt SCHRIFT Calibri Light 10 pt Calibri Light Italic 10 pt Calibri Regular 10 pt Calibri Italic 10 pt Calibri Bold 10 pt Calibri Bold Light 10 pt CI-Manual WMA • Wiener Medizinische Akademie für ärztliche Fortbildung und Forschung Stand: 27. Nov. 2017 20 Plakat A2 / Inserat A4 WMA VMA - Vienna Medical Academy Alser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria [t ] +43 1 405 1383 0 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 • [e ] office@medacad.org www.medacad.org Our experience, your success • Association management • Professional conference organisation • Scientific management • Registration and delegate services SERVING THE MEDICAL FIELD FOR OVER 120 YEARS. Flyer A5 WMA VMA - Vienna Medical Academy Alser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria [t ] +43 1 405 1383 0 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 • [e ] office@medacad.org www.medacad.org Our experience, your success • Association management • Professional conference organisation • Scientific management • Registration and delegate services SERVING THE MEDICAL FIELD FOR OVER 120 YEARS. Barbara Biegl • 0699/123 65 228 • office@biegl-grafik.at • www.biegl-grafik.at Stand: 27. Nov. 2017 1 CI-Manual WMA Wiener Medizinische Akademie für ärztliche Fortbildung und Forschung www.medacad.org
  3. 3. l Briefpapier, Kuvert, Compliments Card, Mail-Banner, Email-Signatur Beispiel: Kongress-Organisation VMA - Vienna Medical Academy • Alser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria [t ] +43 1 405 1383 0 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 • [e ] office@medacad.org www.medacad.org with compliments Alser Strasse 4 1090 Vienna, Austria www.medacad.org [t ] +43 1 405 1383 0 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 • [e ] office@medacad.org • DVR: 0531 855 ZVR: 887283875 • Account: Erste Bank • IBAN: AT02 2011 1000 0311 8096 • BIC: GIBAATWWXXX our experience, your success Datum: 11.01.2017 Repratem hiliquo ipsaped ulligen Sus volorat erum volutate porum res arciae vollori tatiosse estiunto te et a cuptatium etur, tem eiumquos aboribus eum facerfere nia volles invendaecus qui occulpa rcipsum quae et ommodigent et eseratur? Bitistius que mi, idi nihiliciet aborerem quatur? Pore, sanda quist, cor alit evelluptas eatem quassit volorro dolorum qui re, sin nullest, ut aci beaqui blam autem et opta versper spelis ex et omnimus con non porionsequid que venecer ovitata voluptaqui consequame qui ut ab iliam, imi, aut rent volorporum quas eatecumque prae verem ut ut quia quo officim porpos minctate nia nus am facculp aruptatem velia vit ipsa con excessi officiis deritem dolupta secea sequasserum nonsequamet quide simus dolent odio magni cus sequi quia dolore omnihillam, idendaest exeria is rem et, secab ipsum id excepellab is ma ad maiorep taerias mos doluptis expliqu isitior ant est, quas sam, soluptata voles dollabor aciliquis reptam iureiur, at. Sit volorib uscienis quiatem doleceatum ipiet fugit verati aut odia doluptur, solorestibus pos vollis magnatus que voluptati inctemque expeditios denihite ere sinist, nulpa ad essi ut officid quunt dolor sinveles in pra volesed igenderspero illa quam dolorep ratur? Um, ipsunte cepratist, vera cusam dolorem in re vendestium id quiderisquia perrovidia nullanihil magnisi doloriandes et moditatibus ari cum re, quid quam, vellore scilicima asperum non esequun torpossundit licto et init, quist labo. Ximus autatin rem apid mod modi illiam, isi tem dolut voluptam deliquos eium ipsae perum hicius ma quam. mit freundlichen Gruß, Abs.: VMA - Vienna Medical Academy Alser Straße 4, 1090 Vienna / Austria Firma zH Herr Max Mustermann Mustergasse 23 1190 Wien Seite 1 von 2 www.medacad.org VMA - Vienna Medical Academy • Alser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria www.medacad.org our experience, your success www.medacad.org Maga (Fh) Mirjam Uebelhör, Ba • Head of Conference Management Alser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria • [t ] +43 1 405 1383 16 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 [e ] mirjam.uebelhoer@medacad.org Wiener Medizinische Akademie für Postgraduelle Ärztliche Fortbildung und Forschung (WMA) Vienna Medical Academy of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (VMA) ZVR: 887283875 www.medacad.org Alser Strasse 4 1090 Vienna, Austria [t] +43 1 405 1383 14 [f] +43 1 405 1383 9 14 [e] mw@medacad.org Mag.a Monika Wegner, BA Congress Manager CONFERENCE & ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT
  4. 4. l Plakat, Flyer, Türschild, Roll-Up, Weihnachtskarte Beispiel: Kongress-Organisation VMA - Vienna Medical Academy Alser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria [t ] +43 1 405 1383 0 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 • [e ] office@medacad.org www.medacad.org Our experience, your success • Association management • Professional conference organisation • Scientific management • Registration and delegate services SERVING THE MEDICAL FIELD FOR OVER 120 YEARS. VMA - Vienna Medical AcademyAlser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria[t ] +43 1 405 1383 0 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 • [e ] office@medacad.org www.medacad.org Our experience, your success• Leitung und Verwaltung Medizinischer Fachgesellschaften• Organisation und Konzeption nationaler undinternationaler Tagungen und Kongresse• Abstract-Management und Koordinationdes wissenschaftlichen Programms• Teilnehmer/innenbetreuung und –registratur SEIT 120 JAHREN IM DIENSTEDER MEDIZINISCHEN FORTBILDUNG. VMA - Vienna Medical Academy Alser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria [t ] +43 1 405 1383 0 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 • [e ] office@medacad.org www.medacad.org Our experience, your success • Association management • Professional conference organisation • Scientific management • Registration and delegate services SERVING THE MEDICAL FIELD FOR OVER 120 YEARS. Our experience, your success • Association management • Professional conference organisation • Scientific management • Registration and delegate services SERVING THE MEDICAL FIELD FOR OVER 120 YEARS. VMA - Vienna Medical Academy Alser Strasse 4 • 1090 Vienna, Austria [t ] +43 1 405 1383 0 • [f ] +43 1 407 8274 • [e ] office@medacad.org www.medacad.org Hof 1, Gebäude 1.17 [t] +43 1 405 1883 0 www.medacad.org / www.wma.co.at
  5. 5. www.medacad.org Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text     10.01.2017   1   Click  to  add  0tle  text   •  Aufzählung  H.1   •  Aufzählung  H.1   –  Aufzählung  H.2   –  Aufzählung  H.2   •  Aufzählung  H.3   10.01.2017   2  Fusszeile   Click  to  add  0tle  text   Muster-­‐Titel   •  Aufzählung  H.1   •  Aufzählung  H.1   –  Aufzählung  H.2   –  Aufzählung  H.2   •  Aufzählung  H.3   10.01.2017  Fusszeile   3   Muster-­‐Titel   •  Aufzählung  H.1   •  Aufzählung  H.1   –  Aufzählung  H.2   –  Aufzählung  H.2   •  Aufzählung  H.3   www.medacad.org 10.01.2017  Fusszeile   4   Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text     Click  to  add  0tle  text   Click  to  add  text     10.01.2017  Fusszeile   5   Click  to  add  0tle  text   •  Aufzählung  H.1   •  Aufzählung  H.1   –  Aufzählung  H.2   –  Aufzählung  H.2   •  Aufzählung  H.3   10.01.2017  Fusszeile   6   •  Aufzählung  H.1   •  Aufzählung  H.1   –  Aufzählung  H.2   –  Aufzählung  H.2   •  Aufzählung  H.3   www.wma.co.at Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text   Click  to  add  sub.tle  text     27.11.2017   1   Click  to  add  0tle  text   •  Aufzählung  H.1   •  Aufzählung  H.1   –  Aufzählung  H.2   –  Aufzählung  H.2   •  Aufzählung  H.3   27.11.2017   2  Fusszeile   Click  to  add  0tle  text   Click  to  add  text     27.11.2017  Fusszeile   5   l Power Point Beispiel: Kongress-Organisation
  6. 6. l Logo, Folder Beispiel: Kongress www.medacad.org EINLADUNG WMA FORTBILDUNGSTAGUNG 2018 VON DER PERSON ZUR PERSONALISIERTEN MEDIZIN - VOM LABOR ZUM PATIENTEN FREITAG, 30. NOVEMBER 2018 WIEN • VAN SWIETEN SAAL VORWORT Wolfgang Grisold Die Wiener Medizinische Akademie (WMA) blickt auf jahrzehntelange Erfahrung bei der Veranstaltung von Kongressen zurück. Um weiterhin aktuelle Fortbildung auf hohem Niveau zu bieten, starten wir nun eine eigene Fortbildungsreihe. Mit diesem Thema wollen wir Kolleg/innen aller Fachrichtungen ansprechen, speziell aber wollen wir Ärztinnen und Ärzte für Allgemeinmedizin, die an der Schnittstelle zwischen den Patientinnen und Patienten und allen neuen Entwicklungen stehen, damit erreichen. Die Einführungsvorträge werden von Professor Markus Hengstschläger und Werner Pokstefl (Patient/ innenvertreter gehalten. Prof Hengstschläger nimmt sich der medizinischen Genetik, die als die Basis der personalisierten Medizin zu sehen ist, und deren weiteren Entwicklung an. Der Patient/innenvertreter wird auf die Erwartungen von Patient/innen und deren Beteiligung an klinischen Studien eingehen und aus einem anderem Blickwinkel zu diesem wichtigen Thema berichten. Krebsleiden sind das Paradigma der personalisierten Medizin. Unter dem Titel „Krebs verstehen, Krebs besiegen“ werden die onkologischen Referate beginnen, gefolgt von einem Vortrag über familiären Brust- und Eierstockkrebs und einem Bericht über den Siegeszug der HPV Impfung, die einen anderen Ansatz, nämlich das Ziel der Krebsvermeidung, verfolgt. DerinnerenMedizinalsweiteremzentralenThemawirdmitReferatenüberKardiologie,Dyspnoe,personalisierter Therapie des Diabetes mellitus und Rheumatologie Raum gegeben. Auch bei diesen Erkrankungen gibt es zunehmend personalisierte Ansätze in den Therapiekonzepten. Doch nicht nur onkologisch oder internistisch betrachtet, bietet die personalisierte Medizin neue Erkenntnisse. VongroßemInteresseistz.B.dasMikrobiom,demwichtigeEinflüsseaufdieEntstehungzahlreicherErkrankungen zugeschrieben werden. Auch in der Epilepsietherapie finden sich zunehmend zukunftsversprechende personalisierte Behandlungsansätze. Personalisiert im eigentlichen Sinn ist natürlich der individuelle Umgang mit Menschen. Dies trifft besonders in der Geriatrie zu und hat dort auch eine zusätzliche psychosoziale Dimension. Und in der Unfallchirurgie ist die individuelle Behandlung von Verletzungsfolgen ebenso ein wesentlicher Bestandteil. Zahlreiche Kolleginnen und Kollegen der medizinischen Universität werden die oben genannten Themen beleuchten. Die Wiener Medizinische Akademie (WMA) möchte mit dieser Tagung einen Beitrag zum Verständnis der personalisierten Medizin leisten. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme und rege Diskussionen mit Ihnen! Wolfgang Grisold Wir wollen aktuelle Themen in der Medizin von verschiedenen Seiten beleuchten und haben uns als erstes Thema unseres Fortbildungszyklus das Folgende ausgewählt: „Von der Person zur personalisierten Medizin – vom Labor zum Patienten“ Zahlreiche Anmeldungen sind willkommen. Studentinnen und Studenten haben freien Eintritt. www.medacad.org PROGRAMM Die Wiener Medizinische Akademie (WMA) blickt auf jahrzehntelange Erfahrung bei der Veranstaltung von Kongressen zurück. Um weiterhin aktuelle Fortbildung auf hohem Niveau zu bieten, starten wir nun eine eigene Fortbildungsreihe. Mit diesem Thema wollen wir Kolleg/innen aller Fachrichtungen ansprechen, speziell aber wollen wir Ärztinnen und Ärzte für Allgemeinmedizin, die an der Schnittstelle zwischen den Patientinnen und Patienten und allen neuen Entwicklungen stehen, damit erreichen. Die Einführungsvorträge werden von Professor Markus Hengstschläger und Werner Pokstefl (Patient/ innenvertreter gehalten. Prof Hengstschläger nimmt sich der medizinischen Genetik, die als die Basis der personalisierten Medizin zu sehen ist, und deren weiteren Entwicklung an. Der Patient/innenvertreter wird auf die Erwartungen von Patient/innen und deren Beteiligung an klinischen Studien eingehen und aus einem anderem Blickwinkel zu diesem wichtigen Thema berichten. Krebsleiden sind das Paradigma der personalisierten Medizin. Unter dem Titel „Krebs verstehen, Krebs besiegen“ werden die onkologischen Referate beginnen, gefolgt von einem Vortrag über familiären Brust- und Eierstockkrebs und einem Bericht über den Siegeszug der HPV Impfung, die einen anderen Ansatz, nämlich das Ziel der Krebsvermeidung, verfolgt. DerinnerenMedizinalsweiteremzentralenThemawirdmitReferatenüberKardiologie,Dyspnoe,personalisierter Therapie des Diabetes mellitus und Rheumatologie Raum gegeben. Auch bei diesen Erkrankungen gibt es zunehmend personalisierte Ansätze in den Therapiekonzepten. Doch nicht nur onkologisch oder internistisch betrachtet, bietet die personalisierte Medizin neue Erkenntnisse. VongroßemInteresseistz.B.dasMikrobiom,demwichtigeEinflüsseaufdieEntstehungzahlreicherErkrankungen zugeschrieben werden. Auch in der Epilepsietherapie finden sich zunehmend zukunftsversprechende personalisierte Behandlungsansätze. Personalisiert im eigentlichen Sinn ist natürlich der individuelle Umgang mit Menschen. Dies trifft besonders in der Geriatrie zu und hat dort auch eine zusätzliche psychosoziale Dimension. Und in der Unfallchirurgie ist die individuelle Behandlung von Verletzungsfolgen ebenso ein wesentlicher Bestandteil. Zahlreiche Kolleginnen und Kollegen der medizinischen Universität werden die oben genannten Themen beleuchten. Die Wiener Medizinische Akademie (WMA) möchte mit dieser Tagung einen Beitrag zum Verständnis der personalisierten Medizin leisten. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme und rege Diskussionen mit Ihnen! Wolfgang Grisold Wir wollen aktuelle Themen in der Medizin von verschiedenen Seiten beleuchten und haben uns als erstes Thema unseres Fortbildungszyklus das Folgende ausgewählt: „Von der Person zur personalisierten Medizin – vom Labor zum Patienten“ Zahlreiche Anmeldungen sind willkommen. Studentinnen und Studenten haben freien Eintritt. Fortbildungsreihe der Wiener Medizinischen Akademie „Von der Person zur personalisierten Medizin - Vom Labor zum Patienten“ Freitag, 30. November 2018, 10:00h-17:00h, Van Swieten Saal ab 09:00 Registratur, Eintreffen der TeilnehmerInnen, Kaffeepause 10:00-10:10 Begrüßung und einleitende Worte: Ernst Kubista und Wolfgang Grisold 10:10-10:40 1. Eröffnungsvortrag - Markus Hengstschläger: „Medizinische Genetik – quo vadis?“ 10:40-11:00 2. Werner Pokstefl (PatientInnenvertreter): „Was erwartet der Patient, wie sieht der Patient die Beteiligung an einer klinischen Studie“ Onkologie – Vorsitz: Rainer Kotz, Ernst Kubista 11:00-11:20 3. Walter Berger (Krebsforschungsinstitut): „Krebs verstehen, Krebs besiegen?“ 11:20-11:40 4. Christian Singer: „Familiärer Brust- und Eierstockkrebs“ 11:40-12:00 5. Elmar Armin Joura: „HPV Impfung“ 12:00-13:30 Lunchbuffet inklusive Kaffeepause Innere Medizin – Vorsitz: Wolfgang Graninger, Meinhard Kneußl 13:30-13:50 6. Irene Lang: „Kardiologie HEUTE“ 13:50-14:10 7. Meinhard Kneußl: „Pneumologie HEUTE - Dyspnoe“ 14:10-14:30 8. Alexandra Kautzky-Willer: „Personalsierte Diabetestherapie” 14:30-14:50 9. tba „Rheumatologie“ 14:50-15:20 Kaffeepause Andere Themen – Vorsitz: Barbara Bohle, Lüder Deecke 15:20-15:40 10. Herbert Tilg: „Microbiom“ 15:40-16:00 11. Christoph Gisinger: „Bio-Psycho-Soziale Dimensionen der „personalisierten Medizin“ in der Geriatrie“ 16:00-16:20 12. Christoph Baumgartner: „Epilepsie – Personalisierte therapeutische Ansätze“ 16:20-16:40 13. Vilmos Vecsei: „Die Unfallchirurgie als Musterbeispiel zur individuellen Behandlung der Verletzungsfolgen” Schlussworte: Meinhard Kneußl Wir bedanken uns herzlich bei den Ausstellern und Sponsoren für Ihre Unterstützung!
  7. 7. l CI-Manual: Logo, Schrift- & Farbschema, Power Point, Event-Flyer Beispiel: Kongress CI-Manual ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 05/07/2016 6 Click  to  add  header  text   Click  to  add  header  text Click  to  add  subtitle  text Click  to  add  subtitle  text Presentation - Power Point Click  to  add  title  text •  Aufzählung H.1 •  Aufzählung H.1 –  Aufzählung H.2 –  Aufzählung H.2 •  Aufzählung H.3 12.04.2016Fusszeile 3 •  Aufzählung H.1 •  Aufzählung H.1 –  Aufzählung H.2 –  Aufzählung H.2 •  Aufzählung H.3 Beispiel für einen Titel Beispiel für Fliesstext 12.04.2016Fusszeile 6 12.04.2016 5 Click  to  add  title  text   Click  to  add  title  text Click  to  add  subtitle  text Click  to  add  subtitle  text Font: Power Point CORBEL CI-Manual ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 05/07/2016 2 RGB 42/201/205 100 % #2ac9cd RGB 174/216/172 100 % #aed8ac RGB 207/225/151 100 % #cfe197 RGB 239/233/220 100 % #efe9dc RGB 79/79/78 100 % #4f4f4e RGB 0/92/92 100 % #005c5c My ESPGHAN Meetings & Events CMYK 65/0/26/0 100 % CMYK 41/0/39/0 100 % CMYK 24/0/57/0 100 % CMYK 12/15/40/0 100 % CMYK 0/0/0/85 100 % CMYK 88/23/46/47 100 % CMYK 98/48/15/58 100 % Pantone 319 C 100 % Pantone 344 C 100 % Pantone 372 C 100 % Pantone 7500 C 100 % Pantone Cool Gray 11 C 100 % Pantone 7721 C 100 % Pantone 302 C 100 % RGB 7/61/97 100 % #073d61 About ESPGHAN Education Guidelines Funding Opportunities Fliesstext/ Allgemein Colour Farb-Profile Arbeitsfarbraum: CMYK: ISO Coadted v2 (ECI) Arbeitsfarbraum: RGB: Display CI-Manual ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 05/07/2016 17 www.espghan.org We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Course organiser Alexandre Lapillone MASTER CLASS ON PARENTERAL NUTRITION IN NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNITS NOVEMBER 23–25, 2016 PARIS, FRANCE Event-Flyer A5 pro Event Version EPP Event www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Course organiser Sungkom Jongpiputvanich Local organiser Jernej Dolinsek ESPGHAN/SOCIETY OF PEDIATRIC NUTRITION OF THAILAND INTERNATIONAL PAEDIATRIC NUTRITION SCHOOL NOVEMBER 03–05, 2016 PATTAYA, THAILAND Version not EPP Event 1 Barbara Biegl • 0699/123 65 228 • office@biegl-grafik.at • www.biegl-grafik.at Date: 05/07/2016 CI-Manual European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
  8. 8. l Briefpapier, Visitenkarte, Notizblock Beispiel: Kongress www.espghan.org www.espghan.org We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: www.espghan.org ESPGHAN Administrative Office Regus Business Centre, Office 112 Place de Cornavin 1205 Genève, Switzerland [t] + 41 (0) 22 59 34 7 33 [e] office@espghan.org ESPGHAN Annual Congress c/o Eurokongress GmbH Schleissheimer Straße 2 80333 Munich, Germany [t] +49 (0)89 2109 860 [f] +49 (0)89 2109 8698 [e] espghan@eurokongress.de ESPGHAN European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Rue De-Candolle 16 1205 Genève, Switzerland www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition ESPGHAN Administrative Office Regus Business Centre, Office 112 Place de Cornavin 1205 Genève, Switzerland [t] + 41 (0) 22 59 34 7 33 [e] office@espghan.org [w] www.espghan.org Katharina Ikrath ESPGHAN Association Manager www.espghan.org
  9. 9. 7 www.espghan.org For further inform ationon the programme andregistration please visit ESPGHANAHPSUMMERSCHOOL DAY 2: FRIDAY, September 14, 2018 08:30 – 09:00 Lecture: Celiac Disease – etiology and diagnosis (Carmen Ribes) 09:00 – 09:20 Lecture: Celiac Disease – dietary management (Paula Crespo Escobar) 09:20 – 09:50 Lecture: IBD – etiology and medical management (Ester Donat) 09:50 – 10:10 Lecture: Nutritional management in IBD (Jackie Falconer) 10:10 – 10:30 Lecture: Nursing management in IBD (Eunice Goto) 10:40 – 11:10 Tea / Coffee11:10 – 11:40 Lecture: Cystic Fibrosis – etiology and diagnosis (Etna Masip) 11:40 – 12:10 Lecture: Cystic Fibrosis – nutritional management (Joaquim Calvo Lerma) 12:10 – 12:40 Lecture: Non organic failure to thrive – feeding disorders (Tena Niseteo) 12:40 – 13:45 Lunch13:45 – 15:45 Workshop I (Each student to participate in 3 workshops during the course) Group 1. Parenteral nutrition (Joanne Brind; Sarah Macdonald) Group 2. Enteral nutrition(Eunice Goto; Jackie Falconer)Group 3. Approach to research (How to read and how to write a scientific article, how to present a case study) (Joaquim Calvo Lerma; Paula Crespo Escobar; Victoria Fornés) 15:45 – 16:15 Tea / Coffee16:15 – 17:15 Difficult cases – presented by delegates • Agata Stróżyk: Esophageal food impaction in 12,5 year-old adolescent: a case report • Dolores García-Arenas: Vitamin B12 deficiency in an exclusively breastfed 13-months old baby • Irina Atanassova: Patient is boy, 2 years and 5 months old with not diagnosed epileptic seizures • Marta Tejon Fernandes: A clinical case about carnitine palmitoyltransferase II deficiency 19:30 Social activity and dinner Scientific Programme ESPGHAN AHP SUMMER SCHOOLSeptember 13–16, 2018Valencia, Spain 4 www.espghan.org ESPGHANAHPSUMMERSCHOOL AHP ESPGHAN www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition WHY JOIN?We are a multi-disciplinary group of Allied Health Professionals working across Europe who would welcome your specialist skills in the society. Membership allows you:• To be part of a relevant professional and scientific network of AHP’s across Europe• To have the opportunity to join an ESPGHAN committee or working group and influence practice across Europe • To access funding opportunities and reduced ESPGHAN congress fees • To receive the JPGN journalHOW TO JOIN?Details on how to join are available on the website www.espghan.org or contact the ESPGHAN Office via office@espghan.org You will need a brief CV, a statement about why you would like to join and a letter from an ESPGHAN member (which can be an AHP member) supporting your application. Please remember that your application will only be considered by the Committee twice a year. Deadline are each year 31th of March and 30th of September each year, so please submit your application soon. If you would like more information please contact: AHP COMMITTEE SECRETARY: Sarah MacdonaldSarah.macdonald@gosh.nhs.uk We look forward to working with you. 3 www.espghan.org ESPGHANAHPSUMMERSCHOOL ESPGHAN AHP SUMMER SCHOOL September 13–16, 2018 Valencia, Spain Foreword ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS SUMMER SCHOOL “EN, PN and Basic Science” Allied health professionals include dietitians, nurses, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and psychologists. These professionals are all included in treatment of children with various gastrointestinal and liver diseases, and their knowledge needs to be up to date. The best way to be informed is to be involved in national and international societies, to be present at relevant educational meetings and also to participate in intensive courses and schools where relevant topics can be presented and discussed. After the Summer School, participants should: • Have an overview of the conditions covered with access to up to date literature/guidelines. • Have the chance to discuss how to practically deliver appropriate nutrition to their patients. • Have the chance to discuss their complex cases with the faculty/ other delegates in an interactive environment. Looking forward to welcoming you all in Valencia ! Paula Crespo Escobar, local and course organiser Joaquim Calvo Lerma, local and course organiser www.espghan.org PROGRAMME European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition ESPGHAN ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS SUMMER SCHOOL “EN, PN AND BASIC SCIENCE” SEPTEMBER 13–16, 2018 VALENCIA, SPAIN l Broschüre, Folder Beispiel: Kongress www.espghan.org For further information on the programme and registration please visit ESPGHAN ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS SUMMER SCHOOL EN, PN and Basic Science Allied health professionals include dietitians, nurses, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and psychologists. These professionals are all included in treatment of children with various gastrointestinal and liver diseases, and their knowledge needs to be up to date. The best way to be informed is to be involved in national and international societies, to be present at relevant educational meetings and also to participate in intensive courses and schools where relevant topics can be presented and discussed. The ESPGHAN AHP Committee Summer School is designed to: • offer a multi-disciplinary approach to the management of relevant paediatric gastroenterological hepatological and nutritional conditions provide knowledge and practical training in an interactive environment • offer unique opportunities to learn from and interact with an expert faculty from various European centres, as well as from participants from around the world with an interest in these clinical areas • give delegates the opportunity to present their work and/or research and receive feedback from Faculty Dates and times The AHP Summer School will commence at 16:00 on Thursday, September 13, 2018, and will end with lunch on Sunday, September 16, 2018 (14:00). Target Audience The School is aimed at dietitians, nurses and other AHP involved in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. No specific background is requested. Cost & Registration Please apply online and upload the following documents: • Recommendation letter from an ESPGHAN member • Motivational letter • CV Participants are expected to pay a nominal fee of EUR 50 for the AHP Summer School. The fee includes accommodation, food, social activities, course material and part of individual travel expenses. Max. Number of Delegates: 25 Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@espghan.org should you have any questions or queries. Preliminary Programme Day 1: Thursday, September 13, 2018 Registration from 15:30 16:00 Tea / Coffee 16:30 – 17:00 Welcome and introduction Brief introductions by delegates 17:00 – 17:30 Lecture: Malnutrition (Tena Niseteo) 17:30 – 18:00 Lecture: Pediatric nutrition screening tools (Sarah Macdonald) 18:00 – 18:30 Lecture: Psychology of chronic disease (Ana García-Blanco) 19:30 Dinner Day 2: Friday, September 14, 2018 08:30 – 09:00 Lecture: Celiac Disease – Etiology and diagnosis (Carmen Ribes) 09:00 – 09:20 Lecture: Celiac Disease – Dietary management (Paula Crespo Escobar) 09:20 – 09:50 Lecture: IBD – Etiology and medical management (Ester Donat) 09:50 – 10:10 Lecture: Nutritional management in IBD (Jackie Falconer) 10:10 – 10:30 Lecture: Nursing management in IBD (Eunice Goto) 10:40 – 11:00 Tea / Coffee 11:10 – 11:40 Lecture: Cystic Fibrosis – etiology and diagnosis (Etna Masip) 11:40 – 12:10 Lecture : Cystic Fibrosis – nutritional management (Joaquim Calvo Lerma) 12:10 – 12:40 Lecture: Non-organic failure to thrive – feeding disorders (Tena Niseteo) 12:40 – 13:45 Lunch 13:45 – 15:45 Workshop I (Each student to participate in 3 workshops during the course) Group 1 - Parenteral nutrition (Joanne Brind; Sarah Macdonald) Group 2 - Enteral nutrition (Eunice Goto; Jackie Falconer) Group 3 - Approach to research (How to read and how to write a scientific article, how to present a case study) (Joaquim Calvo Lerma; Paula Crespo Escobar; Victoria Fornés) 15:45 – 16:15 Tea / Coffee 16:15 – 17:15 Difficult cases- presented by delegates 19:30 Dinner Day 3: Saturday, September 15, 2018 08:30 – 09:00 Parenteral nutrition – when, why and how? (Juanjo Díaz) 09:00 – 09:20 Nutritional management of short gut syndrome (Sarah Macdonald) 09:20 – 09:35 Clinical case 09:35 – 10:00 Nursing management of central venous catheters (Joanne Brind) 10:00 – 10:15 Clinical case 10:15 – 10:30 Coffee break 10:30 – 11:00 Gastrointestinal food allergy (Juanjo Díaz) 11:00 – 11:30 Nutritional management of gastrointestinal allergies (Sarah Macdonald) 11:30 – 12:00 Nutritional risks of elimination diets (Tena Niseteo) 12:30 – 13:30 Lunch 14:00 – 16:00 Workshop II (Each student to participate in 3 workshops during the course) Group 1 - Parenteral nutrition (Joanne Brind; Sarah Macdonald) Group 2 - Enteral nutrition (Eunice Goto; Jackie Falconer) Group 3 - Approach to research (How to read and how to write a scientific article, how to present a case study) (Joaquim Calvo Lerma; Paula Crespo Escobar; Victoria Fornés) 16:00 – 16:30 Tea / Coffee 16:30 – 17:30 Difficult cases – presented by delegates 18:30 Social networking and dinner Day 4: Sunday, September 16, 2018 09:00 – 11:00 Workshop III (Each student to participate in 3 workshops during the course) Group 1 - Parenteral nutrition (Joanne Brind; Sarah Macdonald) Group 2 - Enteral nutrition (Eunice Goto; Jackie Falconer) Group 3 - Approach to research (How to read and how to write a scientific article, how to present a case study) (Joaquim Calvo Lerma; Paula Crespo Escobar; Victoria Fornés) 11:00 – 11:30 Tea / Coffee 11:30 – 11:50 Functional gastrointestinal disorders (Etna Masip) 11:50 – 12:10 Low FODMAP diets in pediatrics (Jackie Falconer) 12:10 – 12:30 Nursing management of constipation (Eunice Goto) 12:30 – 12:50 Nutritional management of GOR (Jackie Falconer) 13:00 – 15:00 Lunch European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition www.espghan.org PROGRAMME ESPGHAN AHP SUMMER SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 13–16, 2018 VALENCIA, SPAIN We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: EDUCATIONAL PARTNER PROGRAMME ESPGHAN provides a variety of educational activities, events and information that are available through-out the year. The educational programme of ESPGHAN has been implemented to ensure an on-going development and implementation of an up-to-date, independent, high quality educational programme for health care professionals. The educational activities for 2018 are: ESPGHAN Events 2018 Date Location ESPGHAN Masterclass on Coeliac Disease March 08-10, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Parenteral Nutrition March 14-16, 2018 Rotterdam, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Hepatology Summer School April 18-21, 2018 Warsaw, Poland ESPGHAN GI Summer School June 27-30, 2018 Athens, Greece ESPGHAN AHP Summer School September 13-16, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Young Investigator Forum September 26-29, 2018 Bergen, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Eastern European Summer School October 08-11, 2018 Yerevan, Armenia ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Enteral Nutrition November 21-23, 2018 Zagreb, Croatia ESPGHAN 4th Paediatric IBD Masterclass November 25-27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark ESPGHAN Monothematic Conference: Infections of the Liver at Paediatric Age Jan. 31 - Feb. 02, 2019 Florence, Italy Summer School learning objectives After the Summer School, participants should: • Have an overview of the conditions covered with access to up to date literature/guidelines • Have the chance to discuss how to practically deliver appropriate nutrition to these patients • Have the chance to discuss their complex cases with the faculty/other delegates in an interactive environment Language: English Application Deadline: July 8, 2018 Registration Fee: 50.00€ Date: Sept. 13–16, 2018 Time Slot: Thursday, 16:00 to Sunday, 14:00 Location: Valencia, Spain Local organisers: Paula Crespo Escobar Joaquim Calvo Lerma Target Audience: Dietitians, nurses and other AHP involved in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. No specific background is requested. Faculty: Joaquim Calvo Lerma Paula Crespo Escobar Jackie Falconer Sarah Macdonald Tena Niseteo Carmen Ribes-Koninckx Ester Donat Etna Masip Joanne Brind Eunice Goto Victoria Fornés Ferrer Ana García-Blanco Juanjo Díaz www.espghan.org For further information on the programme and registration please visit ESPGHAN ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS SUMMER SCHOOL EN, PN and Basic Science Allied health professionals include dietitians, nurses, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and psychologists. These professionals are all included in treatment of children with various gastrointestinal and liver diseases, and their knowledge needs to be up to date. The best way to be informed is to be involved in national and international societies, to be present at relevant educational meetings and also to participate in intensive courses and schools where relevant topics can be presented and discussed. The ESPGHAN AHP Committee Summer School is designed to: • offer a multi-disciplinary approach to the management of relevant paediatric gastroenterological hepatological and nutritional conditions provide knowledge and practical training in an interactive environment • offer unique opportunities to learn from and interact with an expert faculty from various European centres, as well as from participants from around the world with an interest in these clinical areas • give delegates the opportunity to present their work and/or research and receive feedback from Faculty Dates and times The AHP Summer School will commence at 16:00 on Thursday, September 13, 2018, and will end with lunch on Sunday, September 16, 2018 (14:00). Target Audience The School is aimed at dietitians, nurses and other AHP involved in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. No specific background is requested. Cost & Registration Please apply online and upload the following documents: • Recommendation letter from an ESPGHAN member • Motivational letter • CV Participants are expected to pay a nominal fee of EUR 50 for the AHP Summer School. The fee includes accommodation, food, social activities, course material and part of individual travel expenses. Max. Number of Delegates: 25 Please do not hesitate to contact us at office@espghan.org should you have any questions or queries. Preliminary Programme Day 1: Thursday, September 13, 2018 Registration from 15:30 16:00 Tea / Coffee 16:30 – 17:00 Welcome and introduction Brief introductions by delegates 17:00 – 17:30 Lecture: Malnutrition (Tena Niseteo) 17:30 – 18:00 Lecture: Pediatric nutrition screening tools (Sarah Macdonald) 18:00 – 18:30 Lecture: Psychology of chronic disease (Ana García-Blanco) 19:30 Dinner Day 2: Friday, September 14, 2018 08:30 – 09:00 Lecture: Celiac Disease – Etiology and diagnosis (Carmen Ribes) 09:00 – 09:20 Lecture: Celiac Disease – Dietary management (Paula Crespo Escobar) 09:20 – 09:50 Lecture: IBD – Etiology and medical management (Ester Donat) 09:50 – 10:10 Lecture: Nutritional management in IBD (Jackie Falconer) 10:10 – 10:30 Lecture: Nursing management in IBD (Eunice Goto) 10:40 – 11:00 Tea / Coffee 11:10 – 11:40 Lecture: Cystic Fibrosis – etiology and diagnosis (Etna Masip) 11:40 – 12:10 Lecture : Cystic Fibrosis – nutritional management (Joaquim Calvo Lerma) 12:10 – 12:40 Lecture: Non-organic failure to thrive – feeding disorders (Tena Niseteo) 12:40 – 13:45 Lunch 13:45 – 15:45 Workshop I (Each student to participate in 3 workshops during the course) Group 1 - Parenteral nutrition (Joanne Brind; Sarah Macdonald) Group 2 - Enteral nutrition (Eunice Goto; Jackie Falconer) Group 3 - Approach to research (How to read and how to write a scientific article, how to present a case study) (Joaquim Calvo Lerma; Paula Crespo Escobar; Victoria Fornés) 15:45 – 16:15 Tea / Coffee 16:15 – 17:15 Difficult cases- presented by delegates 19:30 Dinner Day 3: Saturday, September 15, 2018 08:30 – 09:00 Parenteral nutrition – when, why and how? (Juanjo Díaz) 09:00 – 09:20 Nutritional management of short gut syndrome (Sarah Macdonald) 09:20 – 09:35 Clinical case 09:35 – 10:00 Nursing management of central venous catheters (Joanne Brind) 10:00 – 10:15 Clinical case 10:15 – 10:30 Coffee break 10:30 – 11:00 Gastrointestinal food allergy (Juanjo Díaz) 11:00 – 11:30 Nutritional management of gastrointestinal allergies (Sarah Macdonald) 11:30 – 12:00 Nutritional risks of elimination diets (Tena Niseteo) 12:30 – 13:30 Lunch 14:00 – 16:00 Workshop II (Each student to participate in 3 workshops during the course) Group 1 - Parenteral nutrition (Joanne Brind; Sarah Macdonald) Group 2 - Enteral nutrition (Eunice Goto; Jackie Falconer) Group 3 - Approach to research (How to read and how to write a scientific article, how to present a case study) (Joaquim Calvo Lerma; Paula Crespo Escobar; Victoria Fornés) 16:00 – 16:30 Tea / Coffee 16:30 – 17:30 Difficult cases – presented by delegates 18:30 Social networking and dinner Day 4: Sunday, September 16, 2018 09:00 – 11:00 Workshop III (Each student to participate in 3 workshops during the course) Group 1 - Parenteral nutrition (Joanne Brind; Sarah Macdonald) Group 2 - Enteral nutrition (Eunice Goto; Jackie Falconer) Group 3 - Approach to research (How to read and how to write a scientific article, how to present a case study) (Joaquim Calvo Lerma; Paula Crespo Escobar; Victoria Fornés) 11:00 – 11:30 Tea / Coffee 11:30 – 11:50 Functional gastrointestinal disorders (Etna Masip) 11:50 – 12:10 Low FODMAP diets in pediatrics (Jackie Falconer) 12:10 – 12:30 Nursing management of constipation (Eunice Goto) 12:30 – 12:50 Nutritional management of GOR (Jackie Falconer) 13:00 – 15:00 Lunch European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition www.espghan.org PROGRAMME ESPGHAN AHP SUMMER SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 13–16, 2018 VALENCIA, SPAIN We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: EDUCATIONAL PARTNER PROGRAMME ESPGHAN provides a variety of educational activities, events and information that are available through-out the year. The educational programme of ESPGHAN has been implemented to ensure an on-going development and implementation of an up-to-date, independent, high quality educational programme for health care professionals. The educational activities for 2018 are: ESPGHAN Events 2018 Date Location ESPGHAN Masterclass on Coeliac Disease March 08-10, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Parenteral Nutrition March 14-16, 2018 Rotterdam, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Hepatology Summer School April 18-21, 2018 Warsaw, Poland ESPGHAN GI Summer School June 27-30, 2018 Athens, Greece ESPGHAN AHP Summer School September 13-16, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Young Investigator Forum September 26-29, 2018 Bergen, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Eastern European Summer School October 08-11, 2018 Yerevan, Armenia ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Enteral Nutrition November 21-23, 2018 Zagreb, Croatia ESPGHAN 4th Paediatric IBD Masterclass November 25-27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark ESPGHAN Monothematic Conference: Infections of the Liver at Paediatric Age Jan. 31 - Feb. 02, 2019 Florence, Italy Summer School learning objectives After the Summer School, participants should: • Have an overview of the conditions covered with access to up to date literature/guidelines • Have the chance to discuss how to practically deliver appropriate nutrition to these patients • Have the chance to discuss their complex cases with the faculty/other delegates in an interactive environment Language: English Application Deadline: July 8, 2018 Registration Fee: 50.00€ Date: Sept. 13–16, 2018 Time Slot: Thursday, 16:00 to Sunday, 14:00 Location: Valencia, Spain Local organisers: Paula Crespo Escobar Joaquim Calvo Lerma Target Audience: Dietitians, nurses and other AHP involved in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. No specific background is requested. Faculty: Joaquim Calvo Lerma Paula Crespo Escobar Jackie Falconer Sarah Macdonald Tena Niseteo Carmen Ribes-Koninckx Ester Donat Etna Masip Joanne Brind Eunice Goto Victoria Fornés Ferrer Ana García-Blanco Juanjo Díaz European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition www.espghan.org PROGRAMME ESPGHANAHP SUMMER SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 13–16, 2018 VALENCIA, SPAIN We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: EDUCATIONAL PARTNERPROGRAMMEESPGHAN provides a variety of educational activities, events and information that are available through-out the year. The educational programme of ESPGHAN has been implemented to ensure an on-going development and implementation of an up-to-date, independent, high quality educational programme for health care professionals. The educational activities for 2018 are: ESPGHAN Events 2018 Date Location ESPGHAN Masterclass on Coeliac Disease March08-10, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Parenteral Nutrition March14-16, 2018 Rotterdam, The Netherlands ESPGHANHepatology Summer School April18-21, 2018 Warsaw, Poland ESPGHANGI Summer School June 27-30, 2018 Athens, Greece ESPGHANAHP Summer School September13-16, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHANYoung Investigator Forum September26-29, 2018 Bergen,The Netherlands ESPGHANEastern European Summer School October08-11, 2018 Yerevan,Armenia ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Enteral Nutrition November21-23, 2018 Zagreb, Croatia ESPGHAN4th Paediatric IBD Masterclass November25-27, 2018 Copenhagen,Denmark ESPGHANMonothematic Conference: Infections of the Liver at Paediatric Age Jan. 31 -Feb. 02, 2019 Florence, Italy Summer School learning objectives After the Summer School, participants should: • Have an overview of the conditions covered with access to up to date literature/guidelines • Have the chance to discuss how to practically deliver appropriate nutrition to these patients • Have the chance to discuss their complex cases with the faculty/other delegates in an interactive environment Language: English Application Deadline: July 8, 2018 Registration Fee: 50.00€ Date: Sept. 13–16, 2018 Time Slot: Thursday, 16:00 to Sunday, 14:00 Location: Valencia, Spain Local organisers: Paula Crespo Escobar Joaquim Calvo Lerma Target Audience: Dietitians, nurses and other AHP involved in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. No specific background is requested. Faculty: Joaquim Calvo Lerma Paula Crespo Escobar Jackie Falconer Sarah Macdonald Tena NiseteoCarmen Ribes-Koninckx Ester DonatEtna MasipJoanne Brind Eunice GotoVictoria Fornés Ferrer Ana García-Blanco Juanjo Díaz
  10. 10. l Broschüre - Report Beispiel: Kongress 3 www.espghan.org 2017REPORTONEPPACTIVITIES Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Nutrition Summer School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Bari, Italy ● June 25 – 30, 2017 Danube Summer School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Murighol, Romania ● August 28 – 31, 2017 AHP Summer School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Trakošćan, Croatia ● September 14 – 17, 2017 Young Investigator Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Bergen, Netherlands ● September 20 – 23, 2017 Paediatric GI Motility Hands-On Training Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 London, United Kingdom ● September 26 – 27, 2017 GI Summer School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Cologne, Germany ● October 11 – 14, 2017 Masterclass on Gastrointestinal Immunology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Leiden, the Netherlands ● November 16 – 18, 2017 3rd Paediatric IBD Masterclass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Tel Aviv, Israel ● November 23 – 25, 2017 Monothematic Conference. Management of Progressive Liver Diseases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Brussels, Belgium ● February 01 – 03, 2018 Table of Content 2017 REPORT ON EPP ACTIVITIES www.espghan.org ESPGHAN EDUCATIONAL PARTNER PROGRAMME (EPP) 2017 REPORT ON EPP ACTIVITIES European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition 5 www.espghan.org Nutrition Summer School Bari, Italy ● June 25 – 30, 2017 Nutrition Summer School The ESPGHAN Nutrition Summer School is designed to offer a comprehensive curriculum on paediatric nutritional research, focusing on current ‘hot topics’, serve as an introduction to evidence‑based medicine in the field of nutrition, to provide evidence-based advice on nutrition for healthy infants and children and on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of paediatric nutritional diseases. The Summer School included a mixture of plenary sessions and workshops in small groups in which the participants have practiced and developed their knowledge in nutritional sciences as well as their evidence‑ based medicine knowledge and skills. Students further presented their research (or a difficult clinical case) to fellow students and faculty in small groups in order to receive constructive feedback on the content and delivery of their presentation. The faculty of the Nutrition Summer School meeting consisted of Allied Health Professionals and Medical Doctors that are specialised in the field of gastroenterology, herpetology and nutrition from various medical centres all over Europe. Evaluation Country- and Gender Balance: 37 delegates from 16 countries attended the ESPGHAN nutrition summer school with the majority of participants coming from Italy. 80% of the delegates were female. Scientific Programme: speakers, selection of topics and presentations were rated as excellent and good by the delegates. No suggestions were made concerning the improvement of time management (Graph 1). 67 percent rated the quality and application of the knowledge to their day to day work as excellent whereas 33 percent believe it is good (Graph 2). Graph 1 Graph 2 Organisation: The overall rate on the delegates’ satisfaction of the course organisation, the venue, lecture hall and the provided material was 4.73 out of 5. The local organiser was supported in organising the event by the ESPGHAN Office. The ESPGHAN Nutrition Summer School was accredited with 11 European CME Credits by EACCME. 61% 37% 2% How  do  you  rate  the  time   management  of  scientific  session? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory 68% 30% 2% How  do  you  rate  the  knowledge   gained  -­‐ is  it  applicable? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory 61% 37% 2% How  do  you  rate  the  time   management  of  scientific  session? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory 68% 30% 2% How  do  you  rate  the  knowledge   gained  -­‐ is  it  applicable? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory 4 www.espghan.org Introduction It is our highest priority to continuously improve the scientific content and collate feedback on the organisation of the ESPGHAN – EPP Courses in order to maintain the best learning environment. The structure of the scientific program and the topics presented during the schools are suggested and chosen by the local organisers while most of the logistical and administrative organisation is carried out by the ESPGHAN Office. To guarantee and improve the quality of our educational events, evaluations are being conducted at the end of each course. These evaluations are carried out either in the last coffee break or scientific sessions, giving participants approximately 20 minutes to fill in the evaluation form and address open topics or give their feedback to faculty, before the closing remarks and end of the events. The evaluation consists of 16 questions, 12 of which address the scientific content whereas 4 relate to the organisation of the event. The participants are given the option to vote on a scale between 5 (Excellent), 4 (Good), 3 (Average), 2 (Poor) and 1 (Unsatisfactory). Further, all delegates are asked to evaluate each individual talk. The outcome of this scoring is later shared with the individual speakers as well as the ESPGHAN Education Secretary and the organiser of the course. This guarantees that the quality of speakers remains high in future courses. We hope to see many of the young participants joining and actively participating in ESPGHAN in the near future. In the following we would like to provide you with a summary of the evaluation of each EPP sponsored course held in 2017. If you wish to obtain a full detailed report for any of the events, please contact the ESPGHAN Office. Introduction Nutrition Summer School – Bari, Italy 7 www.espghan.org AHP Summer School The aim of the AHP Summer School was to give a comprehensive overview of common problems in gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition with the local organiser Tena Niseteo putting together a compact program and excellent Educational Event. During the school, lectures and presentations were given by expert Allied Heath Professional and Medical Doctors that are specialised in the field of paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition coming from various medical centres across Europe. Evaluation Country- and Gender Balance: the school was attended by 19 delegates from 9 countries with the highest number of delegates coming from Croatia (5), followed by delegates from Israel (4). 95 percent of the delegates were female while only 5 percent male. Scientific Programme: speakers, selection of topics and presentations were rated as excellent and good by the delegates. The time management during the scientific sessions was primarily rated as excellent and good (Graph 5). One delegate suggested extending the discussion time. The next AHP Summer School organiser will take this into consideration and widen the discussion time slots. 58 percent rated the quality and application of the knowledge to their day to day work as excellent whereas 26 percent believe it is good (Graph 6). Graph 5 Graph 6 Organisation: The overall rate on the delegates’ satisfaction of the course organisation, the venue, lecture hall and the provided material was 4.47 out of 5. The local organiser was supported in organising the event by the ESPGHAN Office. “New knowledge from multidisciplinary aspects” “Excellent topics and very good presentations” “Excellent lectures and great lecturer. I learned a lot from the experience from people around the world” 42% 47% 11% How  do  you  rate  the  knowledge   gained  – is  it  applicable? Excellent Good Average Poor 58%26% 16% How  do  you  rate  the  time   management  of  scientific  sessions? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory 42% 47% 11% How  do  you  rate  the  knowledge   gained  – is  it  applicable? Excellent Good Average Poor 58%26% 16% How  do  you  rate  the  time   management  of  scientific  sessions? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory Trakošćan, Croatia ● September 14 – 17, 2017 AHP Summer School 6 www.espghan.org Danube Summer School ESPGHAN organised a Danube/Balkan Summer School as a regional International Summer School in association with Romanian Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition in Murighiol, Romania. There were 40 participants from Danube/Balkan region (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Moldova, Romania, and Slovenia) as well as form Albania and UK attending the school. Most of the participants were trainees in paediatrics with special interest in paediatric gastroenterology with good knowledge and skills in paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition, among them four ESPGHAN Trainee members and very likely future leaders of paediatric gastroenterology services in their institutions. Case presentations were presented by participants of the course, where the degree of knowledge, skills and availability of diagnostic and therapeutic tools was seen. The lectures were presented by ESPGHAN members Iva Hojsak, Florence Lacaille, Nicolette Moes, Raanan Shamir, Nikhil Thapar, Gabor Veres, and Jernej Dolinšek as well as by our host Tudor Pop. Final evaluation of the course by the participants was more than positive. All the members of the faculty received excellent grades, and also school as a whole was considered to be excellent by all the participants. Murighol, Romania ● August 28 – 31, 2017 Danube Summer School AHP Summer School – Trakošćan, Croatia 9 www.espghan.org Paediatric GI Motility Hands‑On Training Course Despite the fact that GI motility disorders collectively are common, skills and knowledge in the investigation of paediatric gastrointestinal motility disorders remains limited. Not surprisingly there has been little improvement in the understanding,diagnosisandmanagementofmanysuchdisorders.More recently many practitioners across Europe have acquired equipment for some GI motility procedures. There is, however considerable variability in practice and clinical utility of the tests, which may have implications for patient care. The proposed hands‑on GI Motility Disorders course aims to provide exposure and expert guidance in GI motility disorders from a team of highly experienced and world renowned GI motility specialists. The highly structured course set within one of Europe’s foremost clinical paediatric GI Motility centres aimed to provide this training by introducing delegates to the breadth of common and more specialised tests available. The course delivered teaching both by lectures to provide participants with a state of the art update on techniques as well as ‘hands on’ exposure. Furthermore it teaches delegates the protocols for, as well as analysis and interpretation of, procedures based on actual patient‑based cases and data, the faculty structured the course to cover motility testing in sequence from the pharynx through to the upper and then lower GI tract and they provided participants with access to course materials to enable application to clinical practice and ongoing education. Evaluation Country‑ and Gender Balance: the course was attended by 49 delegates from 26 countries with the majority of delegates coming from the UK, followed by delegates from Italy. 63 percent of the delegates were female while 37 percent were male. Scientific Programme: At the beginning of the day there was an opportunity to discuss what the delegates wanted to achieve from the training and the facilitator referred to this during the day, adjusting his approach as needed to incorporate their requirements. The sessions were varied covering the stages of the mentoring cycle, differences between mentoring and coaching as well as the values and principles undermining mentoring. The presentations were insightful and thought provoking and there were good discussions between the delegates regarding differing approaches to mentorship and the sharing of personal experiences. The facilitator, who had good understanding of mentoring in the healthcare setting, was excellent with good delivery of the information in a very professional manner. Akeysuccessofthedaywasthatallattendeesfeltasthoughtheygainedfreshinsightandlearnedofalternative approaches which given the wealth of experience of those attending was a significant achievement. ESPGHAN Paediatric GI Motility Hands‑On Training Course was accredited with 12 European CME Credits by EACCME. London, United Kingdom ● September 26 – 27, 2017 Paediatric GI Motility Hands‑On Training Course 8 www.espghan.org Young Investigator Forum The ESPGHAN young investigators forum (YIF) has been an integral part of the society for the last 20 years. The meeting was established to nurture academic development in the society and foster collaborations amongst the emerging generations of academics and clinicians. An intensive 3 day meeting run once a year that includes ice‑breaking sessions; delegate presentations and detailed feedback on generic (abstract, presentation etc) and project specific items; faculty presentations (abstract writing, presentation and feedback skills, manuscript preparation, preparation for an academic career) and an interactive social programme. The forum is residential and restricted to 20 delegates chosen following a competitive application and selection process. The aim of the ESPGHAN young investigators forum is to provide a learning atmosphere, which is friendly and constructive. Furthermore, young investigators should have the chance to network with other delegates and senior faculty members in order to set up research collaborations in Europe. Evaluation Country- and Gender Balance: the forum was attended by 20 delegates from 14 countries with the majority of delegates coming from the Netherlands, followed by delegates from the UK. 89 percent of the delegates were female while 11 percent were male. The average age of the delegates in 2017 was 28.11. Scientific Programme: speakers, selection of topics and presentations were rated as excellent and good by the delegates. The time management during the scientific sessions was primarily rated as excellent and good (Graph 7). One delegate suggested extending the discussion time as they felt there was not enough time given to questions and discussion. The next organiser of the Young Investigator Forum will take this into consideration when drafting the program. 50 percent rated the quality of the knowledge and application of the knowledge to their day to day work as Excellent with the other 44 percent as good (Graph 8). Graph 7 Graph 8 Organisation: The overall rate on the delegates’ satisfaction of the course organisation, the venue, lecture hall and the provided material was 4.43 out of 5. The local organiser was supported in organising the event by the ESPGHAN Office. 61% 33% 6% How  do  you  rate  the  time   management  of  scientific  session? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory 50%44% 6% How  do  you  rate  the  knowledge  gained  -­‐ is  it  applicable? Excellent Good Average Poor 61% 33% 6% How  do  you  rate  the  time   management  of  scientific  session? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory 50%44% 6% How  do  you  rate  the  knowledge  gained  -­‐ is  it  applicable? Excellent Good Average Poor Bergen, Netherlands ● September 20 – 23, 2017 Young Investigator Forum “Good exercise about development feedback and good discussion” “The perfect mix of lectures and practice” “This training helped me to believe in myself and to believe that I was made a right choice for my profession” 11 www.espghan.org GI Summer School Graph 10 Organisation: The overall rate on the delegates’ satisfaction of the course organisation, the venue, lecture hall and the provided material was 4.52 out of 5. The local organiser was supported in organising the event by the ESPGHAN Office. ESPGHAN GI Summer School was accredited with 12 European CME Credits by EACCME. 97% 3% How  do  you  rate  the  knowledge   gained  – is  it  applicable? Excellent Good Average GI Summer School – Cologne, Germany “Excellent quality of presentations, scientific materials given timely and concisely” “Lectures from highly experienced speakers, learnt a lot by sharing knowledge” “The single best thing was meeting different experts from Europe” 10www.espghan.org GI Summer School It is the tradition of ESPGHAN to hold a GI School every two years. After the last events in Florence, Cascais, Portugal, we invited Young Investigators and Trainees to join us for another School in 2017. The main topics covered coeliac disease, eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases, IBD, motility disorders, PEG placement and endoscopy.  Evaluation Country- and Gender Balance: the school was attended by 36 delegates from 16 countries with the biggest group of delegates from Germany, followed by delegates from the UK. 75 percent of the delegates were female while 25 percent were male. The average age of participants in 2017 was 34.36. Scientific Programme: speakers, selection of topics and presentations were rated as excellent and good by the delegates (Graph 9). 21 case presentations were presented by participants of the course, where the degree of knowledge, skills and availability of diagnostic and therapeutic tools could be seen. The rest of the delegates had to prepare a poster presentation. The time management during the scientific sessions was primarily rated as excellent and good. (Graph 9). 97 percent rated the quality of the knowledge and application of the knowledge to their day to day work as Excellent with only 3% percent rating it as good (Graph 10). Graph 9 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 How  do  you   rate  the   selection  of   topics? How  do  you   rate  choice  of   speakers? How  do  you   rate  the   presentation   of  the   lectures? Excellent Good Average Poor Unsatisfactory Cologne, Germany ● October 11 – 14, 2017 GI Summer School “Excellent lectures, great interaction, very approachable speakers”
  11. 11. l Web-Banner, Power-Points, Roll-Ups Beispiel: Kongress www.espghan.org Mission and Aims: “To raise awareness of paediatric gastroenterology, liver and nutritional diseases with the public, healthcare professionals and European decision makers in order to improve the health ofchildrenacrossthecontinent,throughbetterpreventionand improved treatment and care.” Function and Purpose: • Raising awareness among the public and relevant organizations for issues and challenges in the area of PGHN, in particular on child health, conditions of clinical practice and research, in particular by – but not limited to. • Interacting with the media. • Interacting with the European Commission and the European Parliament, including, but not limited to, EMA and EFSA. • Interacting with International Agencies e.g. WHO, CODEX ALIMENTARIUS. • Interacting with patient associations and with other professional and scientific organisations. • Interacting with affiliated and other scientific societies (e.g. FISPGHAN, UEG etc.). ESPGHAN PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE www.espghan.org Become an AHP member and: • be a part of a relevant professional and scientific network of AHP’s across Europe • have the opportunity to join an ESPGHAN committee or working group and influence practice across Europe • access funding opportunities and reduced ESPGHAN congress fees • receive the JPGN journal ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS www.espghan.org EDUCATIONPARTNERPROGRAMME We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: ESPGHAN provides a variety of educational activities, events and information that are available throughout the year. The ESPGHAN Education Partner Programme (EPP) was launched in 2015. Based on the 2015 adopted ESPGHAN Code of Conduct, the EPP has been developed to ensure the on-going development and implementation of an up-to-date, independent, high quality educational programme for health care professionals. The dedicated support and financial commitment from our partners helps to enhance and stabilise support for ESPGHAN’s educational activities. The EPP educational activities for 2018 planned at this time include: Events Date Venue ESPGHAN Masterclass on Coeliac Disease March 08–10, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Parenteral Nutrition March 14–16, 2018 Rotterdam, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Hepatology Summer School April 18–21, 2018 Warsaw, Poland ESPGHAN GI Summer School June 27–30, 2018 Athens, Greece ESPGHAN AHP Summer School September 13–16, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Young Investigator Forum September 26–29, 2018 Bergen, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Armenian Summer School October 08–11, 2018 Yerevan, Armenia ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Enteral Nutrition November 21–23, 2018 Zagreb, Croatia ESPGHAN 4th Paediatric IBD Masterclass November 25–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark ESPGHAN Monothematic Conference Hepatology: Infections of the liver at paediatric age Jan. 31 – Feb. 02, 2019 Florence, Italy www.espghan.org ESPGHAN EDUCATIONAL EVENTS 2018 Events Date Venue ESPGHAN Masterclass on Coeliac Disease (EPP) March 08–10, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Parenteral Nutrition (EPP) March 14–16, 2018 Rotterdam, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Mentorship Training - Young ESPGHAN March 17, 2018 Brussels, Belgium ESPGHAN Hepatology Summer School (EPP) April 18–21, 2018 Warsaw, Poland ESPGHAN 3rd PETDW International Workshop Therapeutic Digestive Endoscopy in Children. 1st Live Course Pediatric Endoscopy Nurses June 13–15, 2018 Rome, Italy ESPGHAN GI Summer School (EPP) June 27–30, 2018 Athens, Greece ESPGHAN Summer School in Basics and Translational Research July 25–27, 2018 Cambridge, UK ESPGHAN AHP Summer School (EPP) September 13–16, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Transition Masterclass Paediatric and Adult Gastro-Hepato-Pancreotology September 14–15, 2018 Budapest, Hungary ESPGHAN Young Investigator Forum (EPP) September 26–29, 2018 Bergen, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Endoscopy Course 2018 September 26–29, 2018 Braga, Portugal ESPGHAN Armenian Summer School (EPP) October 08–11, 2018 Yerevan, Armenia ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Enteral Nutrition (EPP) November 21–23, 2018 Zagreb, Croatia ESPGHAN 4th Paediatric IBD Masterclass (EPP) November 25–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark ESPGHAN Monothematic Conference Hepatology: Infections of the liver at paediatric age (EPP) Jan. 31 – Feb. 02, 2019 Florence, Italy www.espghan.org We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: EDUCATION PARTNER PROGRAMME The ESPGHAN Education Partner Programme is based on educational grants and has been developed to ensure the on-going development and implementation of an up-to-date, independent, high quality educational programme for health care professionals. More details on the ESPGHAN Educational Partner Programme and all ESPGHAN educational events can be found on our website: www.espghan.org. Events Date Venue ESPGHAN Masterclass on Coeliac Disease March 08–10, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Parenteral Nutrition March 14–16, 2018 Rotterdam, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Hepatology Summer School April 18–21, 2018 Warsaw, Poland ESPGHAN GI Summer School June 27–30, 2018 Athens, Greece ESPGHAN AHP Summer School September 13–16, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Young Investigator Forum September 26–29, 2018 Bergen, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Armenian Summer School October 08–11, 2018 Yerevan, Armenia ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Enteral Nutrition November 21–23, 2018 Zagreb, Croatia ESPGHAN 4th Paediatric IBD Masterclass November 25–27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark ESPGHAN Monothematic Conference Hepatology: Infections of the liver at paediatric age Jan. 31 – Feb. 02, 2019 Florence, Italy
  12. 12. l Booth - Messestand Beispiel: Kongress ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 12/04/2018 1 ESPGHAN 2018 Booth VIEW ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 12/04/2018 2 ESPGHAN 2018 Booth VIEW ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 12/04/2018 3 ESPGHAN 2018 Booth Backwall - A: 8.968 mm (w) x 2.468 mm (h) www.espghan.orgwww.espghan.orgwww.espghan.org WHO WE ARE We are a multi-professional organisation dedicated to the promotion of the health of children with special regard to the gastrointestinal tract, the liver and nutritional status. Our members include clinicians, scientists, trainees, and allied health professionals. WHAT WE DO • provide representation for professionals involved in paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition • promote basic, translational and clinical science • lobby for stronger support of research • offer the highest standards of education to our members and other involved professionals • focus attention on new investigators and trainees to ensure they are supported and encouraged • serve as a source of competent advice for governments, international agencies, and relevant stakeholders HOW WE DO IT We achieve the above by knowledge creation, the dissemination of science based information, the promotion of best practice in the delivery of care, and the provision of high quality education for paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition professionals in Europe and beyond. www.espghan.org WHY JOIN US? • to be part of a relevant professional and scientific network • to be at the forefront of GHN activity in an ESPGHAN committee or working group • to access funding opportunities and reduced congress fees • to get the JPGN • to receive regular newsletters on ESPGHAN and related activities European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition www.espghan.org www.espghan.orgwww.espghan.orgwww.espghan.org WHO WE ARE We are a multi-professional organisation dedicated to the promotion of the health of children with special regard to the gastrointestinal tract, the liver and nutritional status. Our members include clinicians, scientists, trainees, and allied health professionals. WHAT WE DO • provide representation for professionals involved in paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition • promote basic, translational and clinical science • lobby for stronger support of research • offer the highest standards of education to our members and other involved professionals • focus attention on new investigators and trainees to ensure they are supported and encouraged • serve as a source of competent advice for governments, international agencies, and relevant stakeholders HOW WE DO IT We achieve the above by knowledge creation, the dissemination of science based information, the promotion of best practice in the delivery of care, and the provision of high quality education for paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition professionals in Europe and beyond. www.espghan.org www.espghan.org www.espghan.org www.espghan.org Backwall - B: 5.968 mm (w) x 2.468 mm (h) Desk: 3000 mm (w) × 1.100 mm (h) Screen ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 12/04/2018 4 ESPGHAN 2018 Booth Backwall - C: 11.468 mm (w) x 2.468 mm (h) FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES ESPGHAN provides the following prizes, awards and grants to members and non-members. These awards are wide ranging and include network project grants, support to attend meetings, exchange placement awards, and research prizes. European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition PRIZES Amount Rewarded ESPGHAN Conference - John Harries Prize (GI) € 2,500 ESPGHAN Conference - Alex Mowat Prize (H) € 2,500 ESPGHAN Conference - Jean Rey Prize (N) € 2,500 AWARDS Amount Rewarded ESPGHAN/NASPGHAN Travel Award €/$ 5,000 Charlotte Anderson Travel Award € 5,000 ESPGHAN International Exchange Award € 3,000 Annual Meeting Young Investigator Awards Up to € 1,000 UEG Young Investigator Awards Up to € 1,000 WCPGHAN Young Investigator Awards Up to € 1,000 NETWORKING GRANTS Amount Rewarded Networking Projects € 50,000 ESPGHAN wishes to promote research activities and networking among centers at an international level. A funding opportunity is offered to members who wish to propose such projects that must involve more than one country. The funding provision is for three projects of up to a maximum of € 50,000 each. An application must be sent to the Association Management Office before July 31st each year (extended to September 12 for 2018). The proposal will be evaluated by a panel appointed by Council and a decision will be made by October 31st each year. Events Date Venue ESPGHAN Hepatology Summer School April 18-21, 2018 Warsaw, Poland ESPGHAN GI Summer School June 27-30, 2018 Athens, Greece ESPGHAN AHP Summer School September 13-16, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Young Investigator Forum September 26-29, 2018 Bergen, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Armenian Summer School October 08-11, 2018 Yerevan, Armenia ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Enteral Nutrition November 21-23, 2018 Zagreb, Croatia ESPGHAN 4th Paediatric IBD Masterclass November 25-27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark Monothematic Conference: Infections of the Liver at Paediatric Age Jan. 31 - Feb. 02, 2019 Florence, Italy www.espghan.orgwww.espghan.org www.espghan.orgwww.espghan.org Events Date Venue ESPGHAN Hepatology Summer School April 18-21, 2018 Warsaw, Poland ESPGHAN GI Summer School June 27-30, 2018 Athens, Greece ESPGHAN AHP Summer School September 13-16, 2018 Valencia, Spain ESPGHAN Young Investigator Forum September 26-29, 2018 Bergen, The Netherlands ESPGHAN Armenian Summer School October 08-11, 2018 Yerevan, Armenia ESPGHAN Master Class in Clinical Enteral Nutrition November 21-23, 2018 Zagreb, Croatia ESPGHAN 4th Paediatric IBD Masterclass November 25-27, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark Monothematic Conference: Infections of the Liver at Paediatric Age Jan. 31 - Feb. 02, 2019 Florence, Italy EDUCATIONPARTNERPROGRAMME www.espghan.org WHY JOIN US? • to be part of a relevant professional and scientific network • to be at the forefront of GHN activity in an ESPGHAN committee or working group • to access funding opportunities and reduced congress fees • to get the JPGN • to receive regular newsletters on ESPGHAN and related activities European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Backwall - F (inside - left): F - 1+2 2 Panels: 997 mm (w) x 1000 mm (h) www.espgh an.orgwww.espgh an.org Backwall - F (inside - right): F - 3+4 2 Panels: 997 mm (w) x 1000 mm (h) www.espgh an.orgwww.espgh an.org www.espgh an.orgwww.espgh an.orgwww.espgh an.orgwww.espgh an.org Backwall - H (inside - left): H - 1 2.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) Backwall - H (inside - right): H - 2 2.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 12/04/2018 5 ESPGHAN 2018 Booth Backwall - D: 4.968 mm (w) x 2.468 mm (h) Backwall - E (outside - left): E - 1+2 2 Panels: 997 mm (w) x 1000 mm (h) Backwall - E (outside - right): E - 3+4 2 Panels: 997 mm (w) x 1000 mm (h) www.espghan.orgwww.espghan.org www.espghan.orgwww.espghan.org Backwall - G (outside - left): G - 1 2.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) Backwall - G (outside - right): G - 2 2.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) Door Backwall - I (above Door): 1.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) ESPGHAN • European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Date: 12/04/2018 6 ESPGHAN 2018 Booth FLOOR PLAN 1:100 Backwall-A: 8.968mm(w)x2.468mm(h) Backwall-C: 11.468mm(w)x2.468mm(h) Backwall - D: 4.968 mm (w) x 2.468 mm (h) Backwall - E (outside - left): E - 1+2 2 Panels: 997 mm (w) x 1000 mm (h) Backwall - G (outside - left): G - 1 2.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) Backwall - E (outside - right): E - 3+4 2 Panels: 997 mm (w) x 1000 mm (h) Backwall - G (outside - right): G - 2 2.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) Backwall - B: 5.968 mm (w) x 2.468 mm (h) Desk: 3000 mm (w) × 1.100 mm (h) Backwall - F (inside - right): F - 3+4 2 Panels: 997 mm (w) x 1000 mm (h) Backwall - H (inside - right): H - 2 2.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) Backwall - F (inside - left): F - 1+2 2 Panels: 997 mm (w) x 1000 mm (h) Backwall - H (inside - left): H - 1 2.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h) Backwall - I (above Door): 1.000 mm (w) x 500 mm (h)
  13. 13. www.espghan.org We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Local organiser Carmen Ribes ESPGHAN MASTERCLASS ON COELIAC DISEASE MARCH 08–10, 2018 VALENCIA, SPAIN www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition ABOUT ESPGHAN WHO WE ARE We are a multi-professional organisation dedicated to the promotion of the health of children with special regard to the gastrointestinal tract, the liver and nutritional status. Our members include clinicians, scientists, trainees, and allied health professionals. WHAT WE DO • Provide representation for professionals involved in paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition • Promote basic, translational and clinical science • Lobby for stronger support of research • Offer the highest standards of education to our members and other involved professionals • Focus attention on new investigators and trainees to ensure they are supported and encouraged • Serve as a source of competent advice for governments, international agencies, and relevant stakeholders HOW WE DO IT We achieve the above by knowledge creation, the dissemination of science based information, the promotion of best practice in the delivery of care, and the provision of high quality education for paediatric gastroenterology, hepatologyandnutritionprofessionalsinEuropeandbeyond. HOW TO JOIN US For information on different membership types and application procedure please visit our website www.espghan.org/home/join.us or contact the ESPGHAN Office via office@espghan.org. www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition MY ESPGHAN WHY JOIN US? • to be part of a relevant professional and scientific network • to be at the forefront of GHN activity in an ESPGHAN committee or working group • to access funding opportunities and reduced congress fees • to get the JPGN • to receive regular newsletters on ESPGHAN and related activities HOW TO JOIN US There are five different types of ESPGHAN membership: • Full Membership • Trainee Membership • AHP Membership • Corresponding Membership • Emeritus Membership These different types of membership open opportunities to everyone working within PGHN in Europe and globally. You should have an active interest in PGHN for joining ESPGHAN. For details on each membership type please visit our website www.espghan.org or contact the ESPGHAN Office via office@espghan.org. www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES ESPGHAN provides the following prizes, awards and grants to members and non-members. These awards are wide ranging and include network project grants, support to attend meetings, exchange placement awards, and research prizes. PRIZES Amount Rewarded ESPGHAN Conference - John Harries Prize (GI) € 1,000 ESPGHAN Conference - Alex Mowat Prize (H) € 1,000 ESPGHAN conference - Jean Rey Prize (N) € 1,000 AWARDS Amount Rewarded ESPGHAN/NASPGHAN Travel Award €/$ 5,000 Charlotte Anderson Travel Award € 3,000 ESPGHAN International Exchange Award € 3,000 Annual Meeting Young Investigator Awards Up to € 1,000 UEG Young Investigator Awards Up to € 1,000 WCPGHAN Young Investigator Awards Up to € 1,000 NETWORKING GRANTS Amount Rewarded Networking Projects € 25,000 ESPGHAN wishes to promote research activities and networking among centers at an international level. A funding opportunity is offered to members who wish to propose such projects that must involve more than one country. The funding provision is for two projects of up to a maximum of €25,000 each. An application must be sent to the Association Management Office before July 31st each year. The proposal will be evaluated by a panel appointed by Council and a decision will be made by October 31st each year. For detailed information on the prizes, awards and grants and on how to apply please visit the individual award pages on www.espghan.org or contact the ESPGHAN Office at office@espghan.org. www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition CHILDREN REPRESENT 20% OF THE EUROPEAN POPULATION AND 100% OF EUROPE’S FUTURE! Promoting good health is an integral part of the EU’s economic-growth strategy, as keeping people healthy and active for longer enhances productivity and competitiveness. Children represent around one fifth of the European population, approximately 100 million people. Supporting and promoting child health and development is key for the present, and the future, of our societies. Guaranteeing their healthy and optimal development ought to be a priority. Childhood is a critical period as unique environmental interactions occur during early development, some of which have profound effects on future health. Common adult chronicdisordershavemodifiableprecursorsthatariseduring childhood, including obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, food intolerances and allergies, liver failure, and many others. Prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal, liver and nutrition determined conditions during this critical period of life is of key importance for lifelong health, well-being, performance and the ability to contribute to society. This international research collaboration will require network and infrastructure support, as provided by scientific societies such as ESPGHAN (the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology und Nutrition). Investing in child health leads to improved lifelong health and economic growth 2 www.espghan.org POSTGRADUATE COURSE ON PRACTICAL TECHNIQUES IN PAEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY 5. In the following list what is the only situation that is NOT an absolute contraindication to perendoscopic gastrostomy: a) Interposition of enlarged organ b) Uncorrectable coagulopathy c) Peritonitis d) Ventriculo-peritoneal shunt 6. Only one of the following statements is true regarding PEG using the pull technique a) Placement of a button is possible during the same procedure b) Antibiotic IV injection is required during the procedure to reduce wound infection c) Starting of enteral feeding has to be delayed 24 hours after the procedure d) Infant weighting less than 5 kg should be referred to the surgeon for surgical gastronomy 7. What is the correct pressure and duration of pneumatic dilatation for achalasia a) Pressure 20 – 30 Psi for 60 seconds b) Pressure 7 – 15 psi for 60 seconds c) Pressure 3 – 5 psi for 120 seconds d) Pressure 15 – 20 psi for 120 seconds 8. Which statement is correct regarding pneumatic dilatation (PD) in patients with achalasia? a) PD should be performed at least 5 times within one year before myotomy is considered. b) Botox injection prior PD improves outcome. c) Mitomycin application after PD reduces the risk of recurrence. d) The patient should keep a liquid diet the days prior PD. 9. Which lession should be treated by endotherapy? a) Bleeding gastric erossions b) Non-bleeding visible vessel in the ulcer c) Non-bleeding peptic ulcer with clean base d) Peptic ulcer with pigment spot 10. What is the definition of melena? a) vomiting of fresh blood b) vomiting of coffee-ground vomitus c) passage of black tarry stools d) passage of fresh blood per rectum 1 www.espghan.org POSTGRADUATE COURSE ON PRACTICAL TECHNIQUES IN PAEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY JUNE 08–10, 2017 ATHENS, GREECE ENDOSCOPY 1. Which of these is an non-contact technique? a) Heater probe b) Gold Probe c) Argon Plasma Coagulator d) Quicksilver 2. Advantages of Argon Plasma Coagulator a) Superficial coagulation b) Controlled depth of coagulation c) Multiretional coagulation d) All the previous 3. A button battery retained in oesophagus should be: a) Done ASAP when safe (patient is fasted). b) Within 24 h after ingestion c) No need to retrieve as it will move spontaneously in most situations d) Can be safely pushed down with a nasogastric tube 4. The best and faster option to remove a coin from stomach is: a) A crocodile“ forceps b) A snare c) A basket d) No need to remove. Just to push it down into piylorus Name of the participant: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Place of work: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MULTIPLE CHOICE QUIZ www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition 1 / 4 OVERVIEW ON RULES FOR ESPGHAN GUIDELINES AND POSITION PAPERS Introduction ESPGHAN strongly supports the development of guidelines and position papers and aims to achieve the highest possible scientific quality and value for clinical practice, education and research. In this overview we define the standards and procedures for endorsement by the society. The general concepts on ESPGHAN guidelines and position papers are provided in the ESPGHAN rules and regulations: “Committees and Working Groups may take the initiative of producing scientific documents in the name of ESPGHAN (consensus statements, comments, medical position papers, guidelines). These documents are publications that present and make public the official opinion and recommendations of ESPGHAN about certain childhood health issues. In accordance with the current Code of Conduct, position papers of the society should focus on scientific, clinical or public health issues but should not aim to focus on or endorse commercial products or services. The Council (and also the Committees’ Chairs in the case of Working Groups) should be informed of such initiatives and their scope before any action taken; in particular information is desirable concerning topic and reasons for the choice and timeline. In case Committees and Working Groups consider the matter confidential it is possible to inform only the President and the General Secretary. The Chair of the Committee involved should examine the declaration of COI of the last 12 months of participants and exclude members with a conflict of interest that compromises the credibility of the document. All committee manuscripts should be sent to JPGN. When other organizations are involved, publication in JPGN should be suggested, or a joint publication with another journal that represents the other organizations. When the journal is not JPGN, approval should be given by Council before submission of the manuscript to this journal. If approval is not granted, the Committee/Working Group may submit the paper, but not as an ESPGHAN paper. “ Definitions An ESPGHAN Guideline is a comprehensive document that addresses specific research or clinical questions and abides by evidence based rules for guideline development. An ESPGHAN Position Paper (or consensus paper) addresses a topic for which guidance is necessary but there is only limited scientific evidence at present, and therefore the recommendations are mostly based on expert opinion. ESPGHAN Guidelines and Position Papers are published on behalf of the society, generally in the JPGN, are listed on the ESPGHAN website, and should include the ESPGHAN name in the title. They represent the official position of ESPGHAN and are published after a detailed review and approval by ESPGHAN council. Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and Working Groups (WGs) may also develop manuscripts that report on their work/research, reviews of current information, or opinions. Such manuscripts are not considered “Guidelines” or “Position Papers” and may be published under the responsibility of the authors, generally in the JPGN, but will not be posted on the ESPGHAN website. The ESPGHAN name must not appear in the title and a disclaimer should be added to the publication stating that “Although this paper is produced by the ESPGHAN SIG/WG XXX it does not necessarily represent ESPGHAN policy and is not endorsed by ESPGHAN”. March 2016 www.espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition 2 / 4 Proposals for a guideline or position paper Committees intending to produce a guideline or position paper should submit a proposal (see submission forms) via the ESPGHAN Office to the ESPGHAN Secretary, who will coordinate a review of the proposal by Council. Proposals from SIG’s or WG’s should also be commented on by the respective Committee Chair who may involve the Committee. The proposal should define the topic, the key questions addressed, the professionals involved, the literature search strategy, the method of consensus development, the proposed group(s) to be involved in the consensus process, the proposed place of publication (preferably JPGN), any financial requirements, and should include declarations of potential conflicts of interests. Submission documents should be submitted to the ESPGHAN office. The Council’s response will usually be within 3 weeks. This may include recommendations on refinement of the research questions or the involvement of other groups. However, if significant issues arise the review might take more time. Council approval of the proposal is mandatory if the name of ESPGHAN is to appear on the publication. Topic addressed ESPGHAN guidelines or position papers should address pertinent topics of high relevance for clinical practice, policy or research and should aim to arrive at conclusions that are helpful for practice. They should not focus on or promote commercial products or services, and should usually avoid citing commercial brand names. A mere repetition of previously published information will usually not justify the publication of an ESPGHAN position paper or guideline. Selection of involved professionals The selection of involved professionals should be based on their qualification in the field to be addressed. A mixed composition with respect to area of expertise, gender, and geographic location is recommended where appropriate. Systematic literature search For ESPGHAN guidelines a systematic literature search in at least three databases is mandatory. ESPGHAN may agree to appropriate requests for funding external outsourcing of the literature search and data extraction in evidence tables. For position papers a systematic review of the literature published during the five preceding years in at least one database (e.g. PubMed), but preferably with more than one database, based on a predefined search strategy with key words is recommended. Key papers published prior to those five years which are cited in manuscripts retrieved or known to the experts involved should also be considered. At least two members of the lead authors should review all manuscripts considered. GRADE classification Guidelines must use the GRADE system to classify the level of evidence and the strength of recommendations for statements and conclusions(1) . Reference: (1) Guyatt GH, Oxman AD, Vist GE, Kunz R, Falck-Ytter Y, Alonso-Coello P, et al. GRADE: an emerging consensus on rating quality of evidence and strength of recommendations. BMJ. 2008 Apr 26;336(7650):924-6. l Flyer Beispiel: Kongress
  14. 14. l Lesezeichen, Notizblock, Post-it, Give-Away Beispiel: Kongress ESPGHANSchoolofPaediatricLiverTransplantation|Bergamo,Italy|27–30September,2017 www.espghan.org For more information please visit the ESPGHAN Website Location: Bergamo - Italy Date: 27 – 30 September, 2017 Application Deadline: 15 June, 2017 Registration Fee: EUR 500,- Organisers: Lorenzo D’Antiga Henkjan Verkade Nedim Hadzic Contact: ESPGHAN Office office@espghan.org ESPGHAN3rdPaediatricIBDMasterclass|TelAviv,Israel|23–25November,2017 www.espghan.org For more information please visit the ESPGHAN Website Venue: Hotel Dan Panorama, Tel Aviv - Israel Date: 23 – 25 November, 2017 Application Deadline: 31 July, 2017 Registration Fee: None Organisers: Arie Levine Dan Turner Contact: ESPGHAN Office office@espghan.org European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Budget Code: Sub Code: Cost Types: Coding Year: Date: Issued by: www.espghan.org This event was funded by the ESPGHAN Educational Partner Programme. We sincerely thank the following EPP partners for their generous support and commitment: European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
  15. 15. l CI - Logo, Web-Banner, Power Point, Briefpapier Beispiel: Kongress Kongressbüro: Wiener Medizinische Akademie | 1090 Wien, Alser Straße 4 T: +43 1 4051383 14 | F:+43 1 4078274 M: DasAlpenlaendische@medacad.org www.dasalpenlaendische.org 07.-09. März 2018, Zell am See 2018 51. ALPENLÄNDISCHES UROLOGENSYMPOSIUM 6. KINDERUROLOGISCHES LECHSYMPOSIUM | JOINT MEETING TRADITION-INNOVATION-DISKUSSION | 07.-09. MÄRZ 2018, ZELL AM SEE 51. ALPENLÄNDISCHES UROLOGENSYMPOSIUM 6. KINDERUROLOGISCHES LECHSYMPOSIUM JOINT MEETING TRADITION-INNOVATION-DISKUSSION 07.-09. MÄRZ 2018, ZELL AM SEE www.dasalpenlaendische.org Joint Meeting Urologie / Kinderurologie www.dasalpenlaendische.org 2018www.dasalpenlaendische.org UROLOGENSYMPOSIUM Das Alpenländische www.dasalpenlaendische.org 07.-09. März 2018, Zell am See 2018 UROLOGEN SYMPOSIUMDas Alpenländische

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