The 55th Annual Meeting of ESPGHAN
Every year the ESPGHAN Annual Meeting attracts healthcare professionals, scientists, patients, parents and industry partners in the field of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition from Europe and all around the world, making the congress the largest conference of its kind worldwide. The 55th Annual Meeting of ESPGHAN will be held in Vienna, Austria, from Wednesday, 17 May to Saturday, 20 May 2023.
6th World Congress of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
The scientific programme will include a diverse set of fascinating speakers presenting cutting-edge lectures and educational sessions, making the 6th World Congress of PGHAN a must attend event. Striving for high level of science and education the scientific programme schedule has been adapted with consideration towards a global audience and their respective time zones trying our very best to meet the requirements of all participants. Please see below to get more information about the new format.
The Learning Lead – Volume 3, Issue 1 2020 - Beneficial Effects of sn-2 Palmitate on Early Childhood Health
Palmitic acid is a common saturated fatty acids found in breast milk, and an important energy source for a rapidly growing infant.
The Possible Role of Gut Microbiota in Infant Diseases
Nutrition and lifestyle during pregnancy and infancy can affect a range of different bodily functions, some increasing the likelihood of disease later in life. Neonatal colonization of the intestinal microbiota may be influenced by duration of gestation, mode of feeding, mode of delivery, birth environment, and medication (particularly use of antibiotics).
Lipid Metabolism In Neonates And Infants
Reviewed the correlation of specific fatty acid intakes and developmental outcomes focusing DHA and sn2 palmitate and their role in developing infant.
Prebiotics And Gut Health: Friends In Low Places
Discussing the influence of the microbiome on digestive and other illnesses and prebiotics’ role in overall health of infants, children, and adults.
Hot Topics - Maintaining A Healthy Microbiome
Describing the gut as a functional ecosystem and discussing pre- and probiotics, and their current health aspect drivers and emerging health benefits.