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The Indian Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (IAPEN) and Nestle Health Science invites perioperative physicians, surgeons and dieticians and allied professionals from India to join us at the 1st IAPEN ERAS Symposium in the beautiful Chennai City, Tamilnadu. The theme this year is “Nutrition for Enhanced Recovery After Surgery” and we hope you will join us as we explore the challenges and celebrate the achievements in ERAS.
We all know ERAS (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery) is possible with 3 factors. 1) Nutrition Support, 2) Good Pain Relief and 3) Early Mobilization. Through this concept on ERaS has been existing since 1990, we in our country are not acknowledging this evidence and still our surgical patients takes a prolonged recovery from their surgeries. We in our IAPEN have a dedicated core group for this programme which is interested in taking ERAS concept in a bigger way to perioperative physicians, surgeons and dieticians in the hospitals.
Important Dates: Last date of Registration is 10th May, 2014 and spot registration is also available but first come first serve basis.
Registration Fee: Nil
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Chairperson: Dr. P. C. Vijayakumar, President-IAPEN, Tamilnadu Chapter, India - Chief Anaesthesiologist and Intensivist, Sooriya Hospital, Chennai.
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About Venue: Sooriya Hospital, No.1, Arunachalam Road, Saligramam, Chennai - 600 093, Tamilnadu, India.
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IAPEN Accommodation Information
We are pleased to advise that we are handling complete responsibility of accommodation of participants. Accommodation is not exclusive to IAPEN Members therefore if you have any colleagues that wish to be accommodated in the same hotel we will be happy to reserve their rooms too.
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