IBD World Day

  • 18.05.2024
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This year again, the Hungarian Crohn’s Colitis Patients Association will welcome you on 18 May at the educational building of the National University of Public Service with a wide range of colourful programmes – medical lectures, entertaining activities, exhibitors. On the occasion of World IBD Day, you will also have the opportunity to meet experts and stakeholders in the field. Nowadays, more and more people suffer from this disease, so the organisers also aim to raise awareness of the importance of the problem.

Detailed programme: KEYNOTE SPEAKER 10:00-13:30
10:00 – 10:40 Opening ceremony, award ceremony for IBD WOMAN OF THE YEAR
Dr Judit Bidló, Rita Rácz
Therapy options
10:40 – 10:55 The present and the future
Dr. Pál Miheller, Associate Professor of Gastroenterology /SE Department of Surgery, Transplantation and Gastroenterology/, Dr. Emese Mihály, Associate Professor of Gastroenterology /SE Department of Internal Medicine and Haematology/
10:55 – 11:25 How research becomes medicine – panel discussion
Dr. Zsolt Tulassay Professor /SE Department of Internal Medicine and Haematology/, Dr. Pál Miheller, Judit Bidló, Gergő Merész /MediConcept Ltd./
Moderator: Dr. Janka Kocsis, Pharmacist /AIPM – Association of Innovative Pharmaceutical Manufacturers/.
11:25 – 11:40 The role of exercise in the life of the patient (IBD/Syndrome/Schole) – panel discussion – patients among patients
What else is important
12:20 – 12:30 Diet and nutrition in inflammatory bowel disease: possibilities and limitations
Dr. Brigitta Horváth Hanuferné Dr. Brigitta Hanuferné Adjunct Professor, University of Debrecen, Faculty of Health Sciences, “One Health” Institute, Szolnok Campus
12:30 – 12:45 How should I tell you? – Patient education in practice
Dr. Eszter Schäfer Eszter gastroenterologist, Mónika Fisiné Hódosy IBD nurse /ÉPC-Honvédkórház Gastroenterológiai Osztály/
Wallet
12:45 – 13:00 Financing of medicines and medical aids – Gergő Merész /MediConcept Kft./
13:00 – 13:10 Health Cashier
László Fölkl, Hungarian Financial Intermediary Zrt.
13:10 – 13:25 Retirement insurance, discounts, benefits
Dr. Anikó Bárány, Head of Department /BM, State Secretariat for Welfare Policy, Support and Occupational Rehabilitation Department/
Small group interactive discussions / Workshops
GREEN ROOM (1st floor)
12:20 – 13:20 Patient group – or patients among patients
Ildikó Mátrahegyi, certified mental health specialist, Boglárka Bene-Kovács, certified psychologist
13:45 – 14:15 Autogenic training workshop secrets /The power of the mind: how autogenic training can help in IBD – “Success stories”
Klaudia Kiss psychologist, autogenic trainer
14:30 – 16:00 Personality-centred self-awareness group
Gergely Bene psychologist, person-centred counsellor, board member of MASZEPTE
KÉK TEREM (1st floor)
13:45 – 14:15 The role of diet in the life of an IBD patient
Dr. Brigitta Horváth Hanuferné Dr. Brigitta Hanuferné Adjunct Professor University of Debrecen, Faculty of Health Sciences, “One Health” Institute, Szolnok Campus
14:30 – 15:00 Child/Teen Life with IBD
Judit Falus, clinical psychologist, Orsolya Csizmár, clinical psychologist candidate (Heim Pál National Institute of Paediatrics, Clinical Psychology Outpatient Clinic)
15:00 – 16:00 IBD and mental health, or the role of relationships in the life of an IBD patient
Prof. Dr. Tamás Martos Psychologist, Professor, University of Szeged, Institute of Psychology
SÁRGA TEREM
13:45 – 14:30 Short Bowel Syndrome
New research, challenges; the role of exercise; OPT and diet
Dr. Eszter Schäfer Eszter gastroenterologist, Andrea Varga OPT nurse /ÉPC-Honvédkórház Gastroenterológiai Osztály/
Dr. Gábor Udvarhelyi gastroenterologist, Ildikó Kökény OPT nurse /DBC Szent Imre University Teaching Hospital/
Dóra Füstös Diána dietician /SE Department of Surgery, Transplantation and Gastroenterology/
Krisztina Tremmel Papp physiotherapist
Moderator: Eszter Szántó
14:45 – 15:30 Everyday life with stoma – with the support of Mediszintech
LILA TEREM
13:45 – 14:30 Home wound care – with the support of Rico Hartmann
14:45- – 15:30 Doctor-patient relationship
Dr. Petra Golovics, Gastroenterologist /ÉPC-Honvédkórház Gastroenterológiai Osztlinie/
Consultation, measurements during the day 09:30-15:30
1st floor in front of the cafeteria:
Body composition and blood pressure measurement
Dietetic advice (Ica Lászlóné Tátrai, retired dietitian, formerly Péterfy and Erzsébet Hospital; Dóra Diána Füstös, dietitian, Semmelweis University, Department of Surgery, Transplantation and Gastroenterology; Bernadett Batu, Dietitian, Semmelweis University Clinic of Internal Medicine and Oncology; Zoltán Gajda, Dietitian, Bethesda Children’s Hospital, Zita Mirgai, Dietitian, Belvárosi Egészségcentrum, Oxygen Medical Private Medical Centre)
Ground floor, Reading Room:
Stomatotherapy Counselling (Tímea Csiszár Bsc. nurse, stomatotherapy nurse, Decubitus Coordinator, DBC-Szent Imre University Teaching Hospital; Rita Hegyi, stomatotherapy nurse, Oncosurgery Department, Uzsoki Street Hospital; Andrea Orbán, senior stomatotherapy nurse, SE Surgery, Transplantation and Gastroenterology Clinic)
Loss Processing (Anikó Kerekes)
OPT counselling (Andrea Varga OPT nurse, Gastroenterology Department, ÉPC-Honvédkórház; Ildikó Kökény OPT nurse, DBC Szent Imre University Teaching Hospital; Bandi Tünde Borbála OPT nurse, IBD nurse, SE Surgery, Transplantation and Gastroenterology Clinic)
Lobby:
Health Fund – Premium EP
Customized clothes for ostomates – Disguised
11:00 – 15:00 Job search advice for people with reduced work capacity – Motivation Foundation

First aid point in the reading room Dr. Ilona Árva, Head of Department, Central Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Unit and Mónika Fisiné Hódosy, IBD nurse /ÉPC-Honvédkórház Gastroenterology Unit/

Venue: National University of Public Service
Date: 18 May.
Start: 9:00

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