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IrSPEN 2017 Conference bring an audience of 250 delegates

Select speaker presentations now available for your perusal on our Conference 2017 webpage  

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New HRB funded study confirms hunger reduction behind success of obesity surgery

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and Sleeve gastrectomy does not affect food preferences when assessed by an ad libitum buffet meal Nielsen, M.S., Christensen, B.J., Ritz, C. et al. OBES SURG (2017).

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IrSPEN policy Seminar 2017 highlights urgent need for intestinal failure unit

Services for patients with complex nutritional problems in Ireland are inadequate, experts have insisted. Good nutrition is key among people affected by or recovering from illness, however malnutrition and disease

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2017 Conference Exhibitors

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Experts discuss low awareness of obesity as a disease requiring treatment

2017 IrSPEN Policy Seminar:  Facing the obesity challenge in Ireland 1. Differentiating between strategies for prevention of obesity and treatment   Professor Francesco Rubino, Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery, Kings College Hospital