3th Indonesian Pediatric Nutrition and Metabolic Update
3th Indonesian Pediatric Nutrition and Metabolic Update (3rd NUTRIMET)
“All about Controversies in Nutrition and Metabolic”
Nutrition and Metabolic Disease Working Group/Indonesian Pediatric Society
With the support from
Indonesian Pediatric Society (IDAI) – Middle Java Branch
Solo Paragon Hotel, SOLO
Saturday – Sunday, 27-28 April 2019
- Nutrition for Stunting Prevention: Evidence Based Data
- Baby Led Weaning: What’s the Update
- Home Made and Commercial Complimentary Feeding: What the Evidence Tells Us?
- Inborn Errors of Metabolism in Indonesia: What Are We Now?
- Neurometabolic Disorder: How to Diagnose and Handle It?
- Update on Management of Severe Acute Malnutrition
- Effective Management of Child & Adolescent Obesity: The Key Points Message
- Food Preference: Does it Play an Important Role in Malnutrition
- Role of Micronutrient for Normal Growth: Facts and Controversies
- Can Your Diet be Tailored or Customized to Your Genetic Signature
- How to React Properly in Reading Nutrition and Health Claim Made on Food?
- Food Allergy: What Can You Do With It?
- Good Feeding Practice to Promote Normal Growth (Pro Pediatric Specialists)
- Diagnosis Pathway for Neurometabolic in IEM 2019 (Pro Pediatric Specialists)
- How to Detect and Manage Growth Deceleration (Pro Pediatric Specialists)
- Premature and Growth: How to Deal It? (Pro Pediatric Specialists)
- Complimentary Feeding (Pro GP/Student/Other Specialists)
- Pediatric Nutrition Care (Pro GP/Student/Other Specialists)
- General Practitioners
- Other Specialists/Healthcare Professionals
- Whose interested in nutrition and metabolic disease
OVERSEAS INVITED SPEAKER
- Tom J de Koning, MD, PhD –University Medical Center Groningen.
- Dr Tom J. de Koning is a paediatrician for inborn errors of metabolism. He was Head of the Department of Metabolic Diseases at the University Medical Centre Utrecht, before moving to Groningen in 2012. He works at the interface between neurology, genetics and inborn errors, particularly relating to movement disorders in children. He recently finished an MBA in Health Care Management. He’s currently as co-leader of the ANDDI research programme of the University Medical Center Groningen.
- Univ. Prof. Dr. med Berthold Koletzko – Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich | LMU · Children’s Hospital and Division of Metabolic Diseases and Nutritional Medicine of Children Clinic at the Dr. von Hauner Children’s Hospital