2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.clnesp.2017.01.012 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Background & Aims At the 37 th annual ESPEN congress in Lisbon, a new Special Interest Group (SIG) in Paediatric Clinical Nutrition was formed. As a first activity of this group, a survey was sent out to all ESPEN members to collect opinions about the objectives of this SIG, explore the interest of ESPEN members in pediatric related nutrition research and clinical practice and to offer to the opportunity for a wider future participation. Methods A web-based questionnaire survey was distributed to all members o… Show more

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“…Collectively, we found that there is an abundance of guidelines/recommendations, but the question is how many are based on sound, new RCT, or large observational cohort studies. In 2018 the SIG of Pediatrics reported that only a limited number of large RCT's could be identified which might have an impact on the development of clinical guidelines (1). Many of the reports are based on studies of low quality or consensus statements of scientific working groups of international societies such as ESPGHAN, ESPNIC and ASPEN.…”
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“…Collectively, we found that there is an abundance of guidelines/recommendations, but the question is how many are based on sound, new RCT, or large observational cohort studies. In 2018 the SIG of Pediatrics reported that only a limited number of large RCT's could be identified which might have an impact on the development of clinical guidelines (1). Many of the reports are based on studies of low quality or consensus statements of scientific working groups of international societies such as ESPGHAN, ESPNIC and ASPEN.…”
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“…In 2015 the Special Interest Group (SIG) of Pediatrics was founded following a survey among members of The European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN), which showed that there was an unmet need for more pediatric related topics and representation within the activities of the society and its annual congress (1). In line with this need, the SIG of Pediatrics reported a search on existing clinical trials at the 38 th annual ESPEN congress in 2018.…”
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