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Roundtables

Jan 24 | 4:15PM - 5:45PM

Roundtables

DESCRIPTION

Discuss specific nutrition support topics during the Roundtables. Tables will be organized by topic and participants will have an opportunity to interact in small groups with faculty and peers. Each faculty presenter will meet groups for 25 minutes before participants are asked to move to another table for discussion on a different topic. Participants will have an opportunity to visit three tables.

LEARNING LEVEL: Basic for all Roundtables
UAN: No pharmacy credit
CE CREDIT: 1.5 hours for full session

(3 roundtables)

 

A. GOING HOME ON NUTRITION SUPPORT: PREPARING FOR A SMOOTH RIDE

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Develop a detailed order for patients being discharged home on PN from an inpatient facility
  2. Identify concerns for patients receiving home PN and develop a plan for communicating these concerns with healthcare providers outside of their organization

Rose DeLaGarza, RD, CNSC

 

B. ACID SUPPRESSION THERAP Y IN PATIENTS RECEIVING SPECIALIZED NUTRITION SUPPORT LEARNING OBJECTIVES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Describe the clinical efficacy and safety of acid suppression therapies (PPIs and H2RAs) in adult and pediatric patients
  2. Define the practical aspects of providing acid suppression therapies to adult and pediatric patients, including appropriate dosage forms, over-the-counter versus prescription status, and insurance/ financial implications
  3. Appraise the current literature regarding use of acid suppression therapies in adult and pediatric patients receiving specialized nutrition support and given a patient case, recommend and optimize acid suppressive therapies including choice of agent, dose and frequency, duration of therapy, and monitoring parameters

Emma Tillman, PharmD, PhD, BCNSP

 

C. OBESITY IN PEDIATRIC INPATIENT CARE: EVIDENCE, BARRIERS, AND PRACTICE

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Describe common barriers and limitations to optimal nutrition support in the obese hospitalized pediatric patient
  2. Describe practical approaches to optimizing nutrition in the obese hospitalized pediatric patient

Katelyn Ariagno, RD, LDN

Enid Martinez, MD

 

D. MANAGEMENT OF IRON DEFICIENCY AND REPLETION

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Identify the risk factors and clinical signs and symptoms of iron deficiency and assess laboratory parameters used to determine iron status
  2. Compare and contrast the indications, adverse effects/warnings, and dosing strategies for iron replacement products

Kyle Hampson, PharmD, CNSC

Mark Corkins, MD, CNSC, SPR, FAAP

 

E. SOCIAL MEDIA AND INTERNET–NEW FRONTIER FOR PATIENT EDUCATION OR PIT-FILLED PATHWAY TO PATIENT ENDANGERMENT?

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Describe common social media and internet resources used by patients to acquire health care information
  2. Identify variances between current common practices support in social media and practice guidelines
  3. List strategies to limit risks to patient safety that occur when patients use social media and internet to guide healthcare decision making

Brenda Gray, PharmD, CNSC, BCNSP, VA-BC

Kevn McNamara, PharmD, CNSC

 

F. NONCOMPLIANCE IN NUTRITION SUPPORT

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. List the potential areas of noncompliance 
  2. Review the legal obligations and options for patients with noncompliance
  3. Summarize the complexities of severing a relationship with a non-compliant patient from the nutrition support team and home care viewpoints

Ronelle Mitchell, MA, RD, LD, CNSC

 

G. INTRADIALYTIC PARENTERAL NUTRITION: PIVOTAL TIME FOR MALNOURISHED ADULT HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Illustrate a pivotal change in genetics (DNA Polymerase and Leading and Lagging Strand Synthesis) relating it to proteins as machines within the body
  2. Define the desired nutrition target for AHD patients
  3. Describe the IDPN recommendations for AHD patients

Margaret Avery, RD, MSc

 

H. NUTRITION SUPPORT IN THE SCHOOL SETTING

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Discuss the role of the nurse in ensuring safe and effective nutrition support in the school setting
  2. Identify best practices for providing nutrition support in the school setting

Katina Rahe, BSN, RN, CPN

 

I. IMPROVING CARE FOR PARENTERAL NUTRITION PATIENTS IN SKILLED NURSING CARE FACILITIES BY ESTABLISHING A CONSULT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE POST-ACUTE INFUSION PHARMACY AND THE LONG-TERM CARE FACILITY

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Advocate for better PN patient care in skilled nursing care facilities
  2. Identify effective ways to provide care to PN patients in skilled nursing facilities without nutrition support trained pharmacists involved in their treatment plan

Ning Tsu Kuo, PhD, PharmD, BCNSP