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40th ESPEN Congresson Clinical Nutrition & MetabolismMadrid, Spain | 1- 4 September, 2 018 | Without MessageDear colleagues, On behalf of the Spanish Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (SENPE), we would like to invite you to the 40th ESPEN Congress 2018, which will be held for the 4th time in the Congresses in Barcelona (1987, 2012) and Madrid (2000), the Spanish Society would like to welcome all ESPEN members again to the city of Madrid. Madrid is the capital of Spain and one of the main European metropolis. It is a captivating city including some of the most visited art museums in the world and a cultural heritage where history and modernity blend effortlessly together. Its bright sunny weather offers the perfect setting for a walk through the wide green areas in the city or any other leisure activity of your choice. In addition to this, the city s kind-heart-ed people are active participants in offering visitors a warm welcome. With the theme Nutrition without borders we want to express our interest to explore new topics in clini-cal nutrition, in different clinical settings, besides the multidisciplinary and worldwide environment of the in close collaboration with the ESPEN Committee Members, we have developed an attrac-tive program that aims to continue ESPEN s effort to improve Nutritional Care and Education. With the occasion of celebrating the 40th anniversary of ESPEN Congress and in order to remember the main achievements of the Society during this long trajec-tory we will season the schedule with some special events. We are convinced that the program of ESPEN 2018 offers a great opportunity for physicians, dietitians, pharmacists, nutritionists, scientists and nurse involved in the field of nutrition and metabolism to meet and discuss cutting edge science in an informal atmosphere, strengthening old and sparkling new sincerely hope to meet you in Madrid in 2018!Cristina Cuerda Comp sMerc Planas VilaMiguel Le n SanzSergio Ruiz SantanaRosa Burgos Pel ezLocal Organizing committeeCristina Cuerda Comp s (local president)Merc Planas Vila (honorary president) Miguel Le n Sanz (vice president) Local Educational committeeRosa Burgos Pel ez (chair of committee)Pilar Mat a Mart nPilar Gomis Mu zClara Vaquerizo AlonsoLaura Fr as SorianoLorena Arribas Hortig elaSusana Redecillas FerreiroLocal Scientific committeeSergio Ruiz Santana (chair of committee)Mar a Bella Bad a TahullMar a Ballesteros PomarLuisa Bordej LagunaAbelardo Garc a de LorenzoAngel Gil Hern ndezCarmelo Loinaz SegurolaGabriel Olveira FusterJos Manuel Moreno VillaresJordi Salas Salvad Central Executive committeeAndr van Gossum, ChairpersonCristina Cuerda Comp s, Chair 2018Matthias Pirlich, General SecretaryZeljko Krznaric, TreasurerCentral ESPEN Scientific committeeDileepraj Lobo, ChairpersonNathalie DelzennePalle Bekker JeppesenKristina NormanNicolaas Deutz, EditorSergio Ruiz Santana, Rotating MemberCentral Educational and Clinical Practice committeeSt phane Schneider, ChairpersonPaula Cristina Ravasco, PhysicianPeter Austin, PharmacistKurt Boeykens, NurseMehmet Uyar, Physician Liana Poulia, DietitianRosa Burgos Pel ez, Rotating MemberAssociated membersMichael Chourdakis, IT OfficerNicolaas Deutz, Editor Clinical NutritionMiguel Le n Sanz, LLL DirectorRegina Komsa and R my Meier, LLL Co-DirectorsStephan C. BischoffPierre Singer, ESPEN Guidelines OfficersTopics of the ProgrammeScientific Plenary: Cuthbertson lecture and Wretlind Lecture ESPEN Fellowships symposium, Clinical Nutrition symposium Best abstracts session 7 Oral Communications sessions18 Scientific symposia Paediatrics Nutrition in elite athletes. Medals to health Loss of muscle mass in immobilization and critical illness Protein supply in the critically ill Coping with metabolic changes in patients receiving special treatments The short bowel Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease Nutrition, allergy, immunity and infection Nutrition and exercise in the older adult Brown adipose tissue update Diabetes: cradle to grave Nutriepigenetics in health and disease Nutrition and the brain Micronutrients. What is new? Nutrition and pancreatic disease Managing the gut microbiota Adiposity and cancer Environmental contaminants and nutrition Educational LLL Courses: Friday August 31st: - 15 LLL courses and 1 TTT-LLL course During the congress: - Paediatrics, Renal, Parenteral nutrition, Gastrointestinal 2 Case discussions: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/ Critically ill septic patient with multi-organ failure ESPEN Guidelines: presentation of new guidelines + two consensus meetings10 educational symposia: The role of obesity in cancer survival and cancer recurrence Perioperative care, more than 15 years of ERAS approach Best practices to improve the quality standards in nutrition therapy Inborn errors of metabolism Dysglycaemia in acute patients with specialized nutrition support Inflammatory bowel diseases Lipid emulsions in parenteral nutrition Nutrition in transplant patients Nutritional management in cystic fibrosis Dysphagia in hospital settingA warm welcome from MadridMadrid is the political and financial capital of Spain. The million habitants ( million in the region) set Madrid as one of the main metropolis in Europe. It has an excellent hotel capacity and a pleasant climate that confers the city its brightness and warmness. Addi-tionally, the Mediterranean cuisine adds the flavours to all these ingredients. All these characteristics, besides its good value for money, make Madrid an excellent place for businesses and meetings. The city combines modernity (with impressive new infrastructures and skyscrapers in the Madrid skyline) with an outstanding historical legacy (Hapsburg-Bourbon-Medieval-Go-ya s-Vel zquez s Madrid, amongst others).The cultural offer of Madrid is huge with near-ly one hundred museums and two hundred historical and artistic monuments. Walking through the Paseo del Prado Avenue you can visit four of the most visited picture galleries in the world (Prado s Museum, Reina Sof a, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Caixa-Forum).Madrid is also one of the greenest cities in the world, where you can enjoy walking through its many gardens in the centre (Retiro Park, West Park) or in the surroundings (Casa de Campo, Madrid Rio). In terms of leisure and entertainment, the city offers everything one can imagine during the summer days and nights, including excellent restaurants with a big variety of dining op-tions (16 Michelin starred restaurants), live music, terraces, nightclubs and shops for every is the only city in the world which is surrounded by six UNESCO World Heritage sites within a 100 km radius, which is less than an hour drive: Toledo, Avila, Segovia, Alcal de Henares, El Escorial and Aranjuez. These places include perfectly preserved architec-ture, monuments and art from Roman times to our Madrid international airport has 172 direct flight destinations all over the world. The airport is only 12 km from the city centre. Subway: is the fastest and most efficient way to move in and around Madrid. Currently, there are twelve metro lines and three Metro Ligero (tramway) lines. Just by 1 or 2 stops (depending on the Terminal), the subway Line 8 connects Madrid Barajas In-ternational Airport with IFEMA. Additionally, IFEMA is only 4 stops from the city centre. 1 single ticket (with an one hour validity) costs between: - 2 and 1 single ticket to/from Airport is: - 5 Bus: Madrid has an extensive city bus network, run by the company Empresa Municipal de Transporte (EMT), which covers the whole city. All the vehicles that make up the EMT fleet, 2,000 in total, are air-conditioned. Madrid s buses have special systems providing access for disabled persons. The cost for a single ticket is Taxi: There are more than 16,000 taxis in Madrid, so it is not very difficult to find one available in the city s main thoroughfares. Just make a sign and they will be keen to stop! Prices are quite reasonable, considering that a one-way trip from the city centre to the airport is around 30 Dates & DeadlinesOpening of Abstracts Submission ...........................8 January 2018Registration opens ........................................ ...........23 January 2018Closing of Abstract Submission ...............................5 April 2018Opening of late breaking abstract submission ........11 May 2018Early Bird Deadline ........................................ ..........17 May 2018Deadline for late breaking abstracts (posters only) ..14 June 2018Organising SecretariatMCI has been selected by Central ESPEN as the official Congress Organiser to process registrations, abstracts submission and hotel on the commercial exhibition as well as organisation and sponsorship of special events may also be obtained from the Organizing correspondence should be sent to:ESPEN 2018 c/o MCI Suisse 9, Rue du Pr -Bouvier, 1242 Satigny, SwitzerlandTel +41 22 33 99 580 Fax +41 22 33 99 631 Email The registration fees and full list of hotels will be available on the ESPEN website end of 2017: VenueIFEMA - Feria de Madrid Av. Parten n, 5, 28042 Madrid SpainTel +34 902 22 15 15 Fax +34 91 722 58 01 Email Web

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