When whole protein feeds are not tolerated

Webinar Objectives:
This webinar will look at the When whole protein feeds are not tolerated – a practical approach to indications and management of specialised  feeds in paediatrics. The focus of this webinar will be to understand more around: The gut-brain axis, what is intolerance & factors to consider when managing children with GI intolerance The use of amino acid and extensively hydrolysed / semi-elemental formulas outside of cow’s milk allergy – results from HOPA study, UK The format for this webinar will be two individual presentations followed by live Q&A sessions with both speakers.
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When: 8th July 2020

Chair and Host:
Chris Smith
Registered Dietitian, Clinical Lead, and Senior Paediatric Dietitian, Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton, United Kingdom.

Speakers

Dr. Rosan Meyer
Paediatric Dietitian Honorary Senior Lecturer, Imperial College, London UK - Visiting Professor KU Leuven, Belgium.
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Prof. Nikhil Thapar
Director of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Liver Transplant, Queensland Children’s Hospital, Brisbane, Australia.
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Webinar Objectives:

This webinar will look at the When whole protein feeds are not tolerated – a practical approach to indications and management of specialised  feeds in paediatrics. The focus of this webinar will be to understand more around:
  • The gut-brain axis, what is intolerance & factors to consider when managing children with GI intolerance
  • The use of amino acid and extensively hydrolysed / semi-elemental formulas outside of cow’s milk allergy – results from HOPA study, UK
The format for this webinar will be two individual presentations followed by live Q&A sessions with both speakers.

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