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Endorsed Event: The Leeds Course in Clinical Nutrition

Endorsed Event: The Leeds Course in Clinical Nutrition

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We’re delighted to endorse the annual Leeds Course in Clinical Nutrition, aimed at all professions with an interest in Clinical Nutrition and appealing to clinicians, dietitians, doctors, hospital pharmacists, nursing staff and others with an interest in patient nutrition. The course will be taking place 7th – 9th September 2022 and early booking is highly recommended.

The course will be delivered by experienced and practical speakers and includes workshops on all three days to enhance participants’ learning. The course (code: 139583) has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 17 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s). This is an excellent, practical course for anyone involved in providing nutrition for their patient!

Course overview

The course is specifically designed to provide a thorough grounding in all aspects of clinical nutrition and

  • Summarise national nutrition drivers to provide a foundation for the course
  • Increase awareness of nutritional compromise and its consequences, give practical guidance on the assessment of patients and discuss particular patient groups (surgical patients, those with irritable bowel syndrome, renal disease, eating disorders and liver disease)
  • Discuss the practicalities of feeding in terms of ethics, different methods of feeding and understand more about different techniques to give artificial nutrition.
  • Establish principles of nutritional importance in extreme clinical situations (short bowel syndrome, refeeding syndrome, parenteral nutrition)

 

Registration

Registration is now open, the standard course fee is £680 but BSG members will receive a 30% discount making the fee £476. If you have any questions relating to the course, please email clinicalnutrition@leeds.ac.uk.

Event endorsed by the BSG.

 

Programme

Time Session Speaker
08:30 Registration
09:00 Welcome and Introduction Dr Clare Donnellan, Course Director, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
09:15 Nutrition and risk – what can we do? Dr Clare Donnellan, Course Director, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
09:50 Estimating nutritional requirements Emma Noble, Senior Specialist Dietitian (Intestinal Failure & Colorectal Surgery), Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
10:30 Coffee and company product display
11:05 Multidisciplinary Team Workshops (4 groups – no rotation)
Assessing nutritional status
A. Normal BMI
B. Obese
C. Very underweight
Medics:

Catherine Kenneth, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Becky McKay, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Peter Mooney, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Andrew Rochford, Royal Free London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dietitians:

Helen Davies, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Emma Noble, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Jo Scantlebury, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Sumiyya Nidaa, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

12:25 Lunch and company product display
13:25 Short bowel syndrome Dr Cathryn Preston, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
14:05 Nutrition in IBD Dr Peter Mooney, Consultant Gastroenterologist (Nutrition), Clinical Lead for Gastroenterology, St James University Hospital, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
14:50 Tea and company product display
15:20 Ethics of feeding Dr Andrew Rochford, Consultant Gastroenterologist Royal Free London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
16:00 Nutrition and the liver patient Dr Charlie Millson, Consultant Gastroenterologist, York District Hospital
16:45 Summary of day one Dr Clare Donnellan, Course Director, Dr Peter Mooney, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
17:00 End of day one
19:00 Course dinner
Time Session Speaker
09:00 Practicalities of enteral feeding Alison Young, Consultant Nutrition Nurse, Liverpool University NHS Foundation Trust
09:40 Workshop session 1 (4 groups – rotating)

A. PEGs/gastrostomy tubes including buried bumpers, measuring tubes etc.

Becky McKay, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Karen Haigh, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

B. NGs, nasal bridles

Catherine Kenneth, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Gina Melling, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

C. Drugs via NG tubes

Sarah Zeraschi, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Jeremy Robson, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

D. Jejunal feeding tubes

Andrew Rochford, Royal Free London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Alison Young, Liverpool University NHS Foundation Trust

10:25 Coffee and company product display
10:45 Workshop session 2
11:30 Workshop session 3
12:15 Workshop session 4
13:00 Lunch and company product display
14:00 Nutrition and eating disorders Dr William Rhys Jones, Consultant Psychiatrist, Yorkshire Centre for Eating Disorders, Leeds
14:50 Nutrition and the surgical patient Mr Dermot Burke, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
15:30 Tea and company product display
15:50 Obesity / bariatric surgery Mary O’Kane, Consultant Dietitian (Adult Obesity), Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
16:30 Summary of day two Dr Clare Donnellan, Course Director, Dr Peter Mooney, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
16:45 End of day two
Time Session Speaker
08:45 Pharmacy and parenteral nutrition Sarah Zeraschi, Consultant Pharmacist Nutrition, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
09:25 Nutritional nightmares in gut-brain disorders Peter Paine, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust
10:25 Coffee
10:45 Preventing the refeeding syndrome Dr Jeremy Nightingale, Consultant Gastroenterologist, St Mark’s Hospital, London North West Healthcare NHS Trust
11:25 Paediatric surgery and nutritional consequences for children and adults
Ian Sugarman, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
12:05 Lunch
13:00 Workshops (3 groups – rotating)

Workshop Session 1

A. Short Bowel Syndrome

Sumiyya Nidaa, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Andrew Rochford, Royal Free London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

B. PN issues – working out requirements

Jo Scantlebury, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Sarah Zeraschi, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

C. Management of abnormal LFTs

Helen Davies, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Clare Donnellan, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

13:45 Workshop session 2
14:30 Tea
14:45 Workshop session 3
15:30 Kullavanijaya International Guest Lecture

Managing home parenteral nutrition

Dr Antje Teubner, Associate Specialist IFU, Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust
16:30 End of day three and course
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Date And Time

07-09-2022 @ 08:30 to
09-09-2022 @ 17:00
 

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University of Leeds
 

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