Activities

Welcome to the IAPEN - Workshop on IAPEN Toolkit, 5th September, 2015, Camri Hospital, Gangpur, Burdwan, West Bengal

The Society of Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (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.

The FirstWorkshop on IAPEN Toolkit, 5th September, 2015, Camri Hospital, Gangpur, Burdwan, West Bengal is hosted and organized by Kolkata Regional Centre, The Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (IAPEN) on 5th September 2015 at Camri Hospital, Gangpur, Burdwan, West Bengal and Government School, Burdwan.

IAPENs

IAPEN Toolkit

Important Dates: Last date of Registration is 10th August, 2015 and spot registration is also available but first come first serve basis.

Registration Fee: Nil

Email to iapenmeet@gmail.com or 0091 9986795754 for participation.

Chairperson: Mr. Koushik Chatterjee, Clinical Nutritionist, Burdhwan, West Bengal and Regional Officer, Burdwan.

For more information, email to iapenmeet@gmail.com

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.

Email to iapenmeet@gmail.com for more information about accommodation.

Contact

Koushik Chatterjee
National Conference on Surgical Nutrition
Regional Officer
Kolkata Regional Center
70, Subhaas Palli Road, Bahir Sarbamongala Para, Burdwan-713101,
Bardhaman, West Bengal
Mob: 0091 9986795754;  Email: iapenmeet@gmail.com

About Bardhaman

Bardhaman or Burdwan (also Bardhaman or Bôrdhoman), is a city of West Bengal state in eastern India. It is the headquarters of Bardhaman district.The small town is situated near 96 kilometers from Kolkatta, West Bengal. Bardhaman became a district capital of British India. Burdwan is an alternative name for the city, which remains in use since the British period.

The history of Burdwan is known from about 5000 BC and belonging to the Mesolithic or Late Stone Age. The origin of this name dates back to the 6th century BCE and is ascribed to Vardhaman Swami or Mahavira (599-527 BCE), the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism, who spent some time in Astikagrama, according to the Jain scripture of Kalpasutra. This place was renamed as Vardhamana in his honour.