NESTLÉ Nutrition institute lunch satellite symposium

The lunch satellite symposium by Nestlé Nutrition Institute takes place on Friday, March 14th, 2014, 12.30 - 13.30 during the lunch break of the conference.

Nutrition in the first 1,000 days of life is a critical period of growth and development, in which nutrition has a vital role to play. The first 1,000 days extends from the beginning of pregnancy (270 days) to the baby's second birthday (730 days). Early nutrition, including maternal and foetal nutrition, as well as nutrition in infancy, can have long-term consequences for health.

At this symposium, the NNI brings together international experts who present the topics of:

Influence of Maternal BMI and Protein in Infant Formulas on Growth of Infants - Ferdinand Haschke (Switzerland)

Do all Preterm Infants need the same amount of Protein? - Hans van Goudoever (The Netherlands)


DSM Satellite Symposium

We are pleased to announce a new workshop specific on “Meeting Nutrient Needs in the first 1,000 days of Life”. The workshop will take place the last day of the conference, Saturday, March 15, from 14:30 – 18:00 pm. The workshop is for free for all participants of the Power of Programming conference. For organization purposes, please let us know of your attendance by registering via email here. Please provide your first and last name and the name of your institution.

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15 CME credits by the German Medical Assoc.
14 CME credits by the UEMS