The purpose of a nutrition intervention is to resolve or improve the nutrition diagnosis by provision of (Read More)
Nutrition Intervention tools will be offered by IAPEN without any extra fee and can be learned by attending IAPEN workshops (Read More)
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The Indian Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (IAPEN) is an organization in the field of parenteral and enteral nutrition and promotes basic research, clinical research, advanced education, organization of consensus statements about clinical care and quality control. IAPEN is a PEN organization for India and there are 62 PEN organizations throughout world and IAPEN is officially recognized by ESPEN (European Union) as Indian PEN Organization. IAPEN is also recognized as International Nutrition Support Societies by ASPEN, USA. IAPEN has collaborated with BAPEN, UK. BAPEN has gracefully given license to use MUST (Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool) in India by IAPEN. IAPEN has also collaborated with JSPEN, Japan.
PEN organizations handle severe acute malnutrition patients in their respective countries. PEN organizations develop guidelines for treating patients and offer many more services including lifelong learning. PEN organizations are multidisciplinary societies consisting of Doctors, Dietitians, Nurses and Pharma and other health care workers devoted to the study of metabolic problems associated with acute diseases and their nutritional implications and management or in simple words, they deal with Advanced Form of Clinical Nutrition. For past 6 years, IAPEN has trained healthcare professionals including Doctors, Pediatricians, Gastroenterologists, Intensivists, anesthesiologist, OBG, Surgeons, Oncologists, Dietitians, Nurses and Pharma throughout India in Advanced Nutrition Care Process.
Nutrition Intervention in all hospitals throughout India and Advanced Training to all health-care professionals irrespective whether they are Doctors, Dietitians, Nurses or Pharma or other health care professionals.
International Support We have developed various tools with the help and support of International PEN organizations for effective implementation of Nutrition Intervention inside hospitals or in community.
September 11th, 2017 - Experiment IAPEN had conducted 20 workshops in all major cities throughout India covering (one workshop per 250 kilometers) at same time and date without any support from Government or Pharmaceutical companies.
India's First Guidelines IAPEN had involved 1500 Doctors and Dietitians on one single topic on one singe day, to develop guidelines for Burn Nutrition in critical care settings. Everybody enthusiastically participated in this mammoth task during those 20 workshops.
IAPEN Aim is to empower individual doctors and dietitians in the area of Advanced Clinical Nutrition. With our ground work and expertise over the years, we at IAPEN hope that, we can provide the best services with the help of International Sister PEN organizations.
IAPEN main AIM is to fight against malnutrition whether in hospital or in community. We are confident that we will try to empower many more health care professional through coming years by starting Hospital Nutrition Steering Committees throughout India.
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Interested Doctors and Dietitians can approach IAPEN for implementing Nutrition Intervention without increase in the workload.
IAPEN has developed a cost effective nutrition intervention process. Even small clinics can also approach IAPEN and provide services on par with International or Corporate Hospitals.
Participate in our IAPEN Workshops and take help and support from Expert Doctors and Dietitians for providing best services to patients. Join our Mentor-ship program.
Doctors or Workers present in Healthcare Centres can also approach IAPEN for training and implementation of Nutrition Intervension. IAPEN has also worked in Nigeria, Kenya, Nepal, Bhutan etc. along with Remote Indian Villages.
IAPEN has also developed Toolkit for Uneducated individuals for Nutrition Intervention.