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Nutrition for the Practicing Pediatric Clinician

Jan 22 | 12:00PM - 4:00PM

Pre-Conference Course

Nutrition for the Practicing Pediatric Clinician

DESCRIPTION
 
Pediatric patients present a myriad of challenges for the clinician. Join us for this course focusing on managing the pediatric patient from a nutrition perspective. This pre-conference course offers practical skills for clinical nutrition practice for dietitians, physicians, nurses, and pharmacists. Faculty experts will dive into a variety of topics, including the use of human milk in special populations, incorporating nutrition focused physical exam in a nutrition assessment, neonatal nutrition, calculating nutrient needs in the complex pediatric population, and treating feeding aversions in the tube fed child. 
 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Describe the benefits of the use of human milk in fragile patient populations 
  2. State a current nutrient recommendation for the neonatal population 
  3. Identify the benefits of nutrition focused physical exam as part of a nutrition assessment 
  4. Identify a strategy in treating feeding aversion in the tube fed child 
  5. Assess the best tools to use to calculate the nutrient needs of the complex pediatric patient
 
FACULTY & TOPICS
 
Human Milk
Yimin Chen, PhD, RD, CNSC
 
Neonatal Nutrition
Jackie Wessel, MEd, RD, CNSC, CSP, CLE
 
Adding NFPE to Your Pediatric Nutrition Assessment
Mark Corkins, MD, CNSC, SPR, FAAP
 
Feeding Aversion in the Tube Fed Child
Rashelle Berry, MPH, MS, RDN
 
Calculating Nutrient Needs in the Complex Pediatric Population
Susanna Huh, MD, MPH
 
MODERATOR

Patricia Becker, MS, RDN, CSP, CNSC
 
LEARNING LEVEL: Intermediate
UAN: 0216-0000-18-002-L04-P
CE CREDIT: 4 hours