ONCOLOGY EDUCATION TWO-PART SERIES

In this two-part series, Jyoti Benjamin, MS, RD, CSO, CD, FAND, and Annette Quinn, MSN, RN, will describe how good nutrition can benefit oncology patients, and how multidisciplinary approaches in nutrition care can improve patient outcomes.

FREE Continuing Education: up to 2.0 RN CE; 2.0 RD CPEU

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OPTIMAL NUTRITION CARE TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR ONCOLOGY PATIENTS

In this course, Jyoti Benjamin, MS, RD, CSO, CD, FAND, and Annette Quinn, MSN, RN, will identify the prevalence and impact of poor nutrition in oncology patients; describe how good nutrition and side effect management benefits oncology patients; and discuss how early and regular nutrition intervention plays an integral role in improving patient outcomes.
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OPTIMAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES IN THE NUTRITION CARE OF ONCOLOGY PATIENTS

In this course, Jyoti Benjamin, MS, RD, CSO, CD, FAND, and Annette Quinn, MSN, RN, will review the benefits of a multidisciplinary team approach and roles within the team to address nutrition needs for oncology patients; describe tools and collaborative strategies for the multidisciplinary team; and more.

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