AuSPEN provides a number of educational and research based resources to its members. This includes clinical journals, clinical practice guidelines, webinars and much more. To become a member of AuSPEN and gain access to these resources click here.

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AuSPEN has a range of clinical guidelines available to members developed by AuSPEN Clinical Practice Committee. AuSPEN’s Clinical Practice Committee exists to facilitate and promote evidence-based nutrition support throughout Australia and New Zealand.


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Current AuSPEN Clinical Guidelines published and available to members

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AuSPEN home Parenteral Nutrition for Adults- 2014 APJCN Publication

*Member Access Only

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AuSPEN home Parenteral Nutrition Guidelines

*Member Access Only


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AuSPEN Clinical Guidelines under review

The following AuSPEN guidelines are currently being reviewed by our Clinical  Practice Committee working  group.

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AuSPEN Micronutrient Guidelines for Parenteral Nutrition for Paediatrics and Neonates

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AuSPEN Home Enteral Nutrition Guidelines


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Developing AuSPEN Guidelines

Development and endorsement of AuSPEN clinical guidelines are guided by the AGREE II framework and the AuSPEN Clinical Guidelines Development Policy.

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AuSPEN Clinical Guidelines Development Policy- June 2014

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ESPEN Guidelines

ESPEN has a wide range of evidence based clinical guidelines available to AuSPEN members.

See ESPEN website to download copies of the guidelines

Click here to go to ESPEN website

The Clinical Practice Library contains reference videos, webinar recordings, conference videos and podcasts intended to optimise patient care and assist health care practitioners to make decisions about appropriate health care for specific clinical circumstances. 


VIDEO: Malnutrition - Another Weight Problem

The short film (6.30 min.) draws attention to the under-recognized problem of malnutrition arguing that it should have a far more prominent role on the public health agenda.


Conference Presentations

Webinar Recordings and Podcasts

AuSPEN members receive the printed version of Clinical Nutrition Journal and can access full text publications from all three ESPEN journals online.

Login to your ESPEN member account at www.espen.org to access journals.


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Clinical Nutrition

Clinical Nutrition, the official journal of ESPEN, The European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism, is an international journal providing essential scientific information on nutritional and metabolic care and the relationship between nutrition and disease both in the setting of basic science and clinical practice. Published bi-monthly, each issue combines original articles and reviews providing an invaluable reference for any specialist concerned with these fields.

Being the journal of ESPEN with members from various interests, either focused on basic research or clinical disciplines, the journal reflects the scientific nature of this multidisciplinary background and encourages the coordination of investigation and research from these disciplines. The journal publishes guidelines, consensus statements, original articles, short communications, letters to the Editor and review papers on those factors in acute and chronic diseases, which have metabolic and nutritional implications. It also publishes scientific works related to the development of new techniques and their application in the field of clinical nutrition.


Clinical Nutrition ESPEN

Clinical Nutrition ESPEN is an electronic-only journal and is an official publication of ESPEN.

Nutrition and nutritional care have gained wide clinical and scientific interest during the past decades. The increasing knowledge of metabolic disturbances and nutritional assessment in chronic and acute diseases has stimulated rapid advances in design, development and clinical application of nutritional support. The aims of ESPEN are to encourage the rapid diffusion of knowledge and its application in the field of clinical nutrition and metabolism.

Published bimonthly, Clinical Nutrition ESPEN focuses on publishing articles on the relationship between nutrition and disease in the setting of basic science and clinical practice. Clinical Nutrition ESPEN is available to all members of ESPEN and to all subscribers of Clinical Nutrition.

Authors from ESPEN Block members have the opportunity to directly submit their paper to the Section Associate Editor of the respective country. These papers will be published in a country-specific section of the journal.

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Clinical Nutrition Experimental

Clinical Nutrition Experimental (CNX) is the peer-reviewed open-access official journal of ESPEN.

In the aim to stimulate experimental research activities in the field of Clinical Nutrition, the journal welcomes the latest and most exciting experimental articles based on nutrient physiology and metabolism, nutritional neurosciences, nutritional toxicities, nutritional immunology, nutrigenomics, molecular nutrition, vitamins, trace elements, antioxidants, genetics and microbiota.

Completing the existing journals: Clinical Nutrition and Clinical Nutrition ESPEN, CNX will promote mainly basic science in the field of Clinical Nutrition.

Have you got ESPEN Journals on your phone or tablet?

It just got a whole lot easier to keep up with the most important advances in the practice of clinical nutrition and metabolism.. All ESPEN journals are now available for iOS and Android, bringing you the convenience of reading your favourite journals from anywhere in the world with just a tap.

Why  have  ESPEN  journals  on  your  phone  or  tablet? 

  • Stay ahead with alerts when new issues are available and read Articles in Press throughout the month

  • Enjoy Open Access and Open Archive Content without having to login

  • Accessibility support to assist the visually impaired

  • Interact with figures, tables, multimedia and supplementary content

  • Take notes, highlight articles and share via email and social media

  • Personalise your experience with My Reading List and save articles for offline reading


Access instructions

How do I register/create an account?

From the Journal Website or Mobile App:

  1. If you have previously registered, you can SKIP this step and follow

  2. Go to http://www.clinicalnutritionespen.com/ and select Activate Online Access 

  3. Located under dropdown for Journal Info on the tool bar 

  4. Click  Register an Account

  5. At the Register for a New Account page, provide a password and all the requested profile information. Select that you have read the Terms of Use and click Register. You are now registered.

  6. Your email address is now your user name unless otherwise specified


How do I claim?

On the Claim Online Access page:

  1. Select I receive my subscription through a society membership

  2. Select your society

  3. Enter either your membership number or account number and your last name. Then click Activate Claim.


How do I access full-text content on my app?

From the Settings menu, click Login after you completed the above two steps on the website


Questions about using or accessing thE ESPEN website

This website is owned and operated by: 

Elsevier  Inc. 

1600  John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 1800 

Philadelphia, PA  19103-2899  USA 

E-mail:  JournalsOnlineSupport-usa@elsevier.com

Tel: (800)  654-2452  (Toll Free US & Canada) 

Tel: (314)  447-8871  (Outside US & Canada) 

Opening Hours: 

Monday  –  Friday,  7:30am  –  5:00pm,  CST


The following societies also publish a variety of key clinical nutrition articles and guidelines.

This list of societies and journals is not intended to be a comprehensive list of clinical nutrition resources. If you would like to see other journals, societies or resources listed here for members to access, please contact AuSPEN admin@auspen.org.au with your suggestions.

 
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American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN)


Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS)


British Society of Artificial Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (BAPEN)

 

British Dieticians Association (BDA)

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Critical Care Nutrition


Gastroenterology Society of Australia

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National Institute for Healthcare and Clinical Excellence (NICE)


National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMC)

 
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