Bangladesh Clinical Nutrition Update 2019 | The Daily Star
12:48 PM, November 19, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:54 PM, November 19, 2019

Bangladesh Clinical Nutrition Update 2019

On 15 November, 2019 Bangladesh Nutrition & Dietetics Forum (BNDF) and Bangladesh Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BDAPEN) organised a daylong seminar, Bangladesh Clinical Nutrition Update 2019, as part of observing World Diabetes Day, at the Milon Hall, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University-BSMMU, Shahbag, Dhaka.

Shabnam Jahan, MP inaugurated the program as chief guest. The programme was chaired by Prof Shaheen Ahmed (Ex- Principal, Govt. Home Economics College).

Shamsun Nahar Mohua, General Secretary, BNDF, delivered the opening speech.

Special guests present at the event were Prof Dr Shahidullah Shikder (Pro VC, BSMMU), Prof Hajera Mahtab (Professor, BIRDEM), Prof Liaquat Ali (Advisor, PIHS), Dr Shubhagata Chowdhury (Director, BADAS) and Brig Gen Dr A K Mahbubul Haque (Hospital Director, BSMMU).

Dietician Tamanna Chowdhury, Associate General Secretary, BNDF, delivered the vote of thanks.

Shamsun Naher Mohua (Head of Nutrition, BIRDEM); Prof Shaheen Ahmed (Ex- Principal, Govt. HEC), Dr Arif Mahmud (Head of Medical Services, Apollo Hospitals Dhaka), Dr Tareen Ahmed (Head of Health Education Dept., BIRDEM Hospital); Tamanna Chowdhury, (Principal Dietitian & Head of Nutrition, Apollo Hospitals Dhaka); Chowdhury Tasneem Hasin (Chief Dietitian & Head of Nutrition, United Hospital) and Prof Dr Faruque Pathan (Professor  and President, Bangladesh Endocrine Society) enlightened the scientific session with their enriched lectures.

Clinical Nutrition update 2019 aimed to disburse the updated nutrition status to all of the students of food and nutrition, professionals, health educators through this conference.

The program was hosted by Md Emdad Hossain Sopoth.

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