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By Tube or At The Table: Focus on Feeding Children with Neurological Impairment

In this course, you’ll discuss the components of a comprehensive feeding evaluation for children with neurological impairment; recognize the value of partnering with parents and team members in the development of feeding support plans; and identify interventions that support feeding goals while addressing common gastrointestinal issues.

FREE continuing education: RN 1.25 CE; RD 1.25 CPEU

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Infant-Driven Feedings: All About the Cues and More

In this 55-minute course, review the importance of sensory development and neuroprotective care; understand positive and negative sensory experiences in the NICU; define cue-based care and infant-driven feedings; and understand the steps needed to implement infant-driven feedings in your unit. Taught by Heaven Holdbrooks, a clinical nurse specialist working in a level III NICU in southern California.

FREE continuing education: RN 1.0 CE; RD 1.0 CPEU

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BARIATRIC SURGERY SERIES

In this 4-part series, you’ll develop an understanding of the evidence, procedures and expected outcomes of bariatric surgery; examine preoperative nutrition guidelines; review recommendations for early and late phase bariatric postoperative periods; and identify the importance of a multidisciplinary approach for this patient population.

FREE continuing education: RN 1.75 CE; RD 1.75 CPEU

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SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: IMPLEMENTING ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER SURGERY (ERAS®) IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES

In this course, David C. Evans, MD, FACS, and Katie Porter Starr, PhD, RDN, will discuss the added metabolic impact of diabetes for patients undergoing surgery; evaluate guidelines related to preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative glycemic management; and identify special considerations in the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS®) model for individuals with diabetes. Originally presented as a live webinar on October 7, 2021.

FREE continuing education: RN 1.0 CE; RD 1.0 CPEU

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Healthcare professionals meet with a patient after surgery.

PEDIATRIC MULTISYSTEM INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME AND COVID-19

In this course, Luise Marino, RD, PhD, will share a clinical presentation of severe SARS-COV2 disease; discuss the nutritional recommendations for critically ill children in the PICU setting; and outline a plan for nutritional rehabilitation in the weeks following severe SARS-COV2 disease. Originally presented as a live webinar on December 1, 2021.


FREE continuing education: RN 1.0 CE; RD 1.0 CPEU

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LEVERAGING NUTRITION EVERY STEP OF THE WAY: ADDRESSING NUTRITION EQUITY AND EARLY INTERVENTION STRATEGIES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

In this course, Cordialis Msora-Kasago, MA, RDN, Chelsia Gillis, MSc, PhD, RD, CNSC, and Alexandro Zarruk, MD, MSc, FACP, FRCPC, will discuss the role of nutrition, social determinants, and health equity in the presence of COVID-19; examine the prehabilitation model and the role nutrition plays in optimizing functional and clinical outcomes in specialized populations; and identify challenges for COVID-19 patients with chronic conditions. Originally presented at FNCE 2021 on October 16, 2021.


FREE continuing education: RN 1.0 CE; RD 1.0 CPEU

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CARING FOR THE MILLENNIAL AND GEN Z FAMILY: THOUGHTS FROM ADMISSION THROUGH DISCHARGE

In this course, Terry S. Johnson, APN, NNP-BC, ASPPS, CLEC, MN, will identify the characteristics that have shaped the Millennial generation and the Gen Z family around their healthcare choices; discuss the dynamics between the Millennial/Gen Z patient and their health care professional; and describe the differences between providing health care equality and health care equity. Originally presented as a live webinar on December 1, 2021.


FREE continuing education: RN 1.0 CE; RD 1.0 CPEU

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Parents hold their newborn baby.

BEYOND RECOMMENDED DIETARY INTAKES: UNDERSTANDING BIOAVAILABILITY AND THE IMPORTANCE FOR THE GROWING CHILD

In this course, Steven Abrams, MD, will reveal how dietary intake recommendations for micronutrients are determined using bioavailability data; discuss how poor micronutrient bioavailability can impact child growth and development; and identify factors that influence the bioavailability of critical micronutrients.

FREE continuing education: RN 0.5 CE; RD 0.5 CPEU

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IMPORTANCE OF NUTRITION CARE FOR PATIENTS UNDERGOING SURGERY AND THOSE WITH SPINAL CORD INJURIES

In this course, Bereshith Adams, MSN, RN, APRN-BCCWCN, and Lorena Reyes, MS, RDN, LDN, will discuss the burden of surgical site infections; identify where nutrition support can be enhanced in the ERAS pathway; and review how nutrition can be optimized in a patient with a spinal cord injury/disorder (SCI/D).

FREE continuing education: RN 1.0 CE; RD 1.0 CPEU

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ENTERAL TUBE FEEDING 101

In this course, Allison Krall, MS, RD, LD, CNSC, will introduce enteral tube feeding and discuss various indications and contraindications for use; review types of enteral access devices and classifications for enteral formulas; and differentiate between enteral feeding methods (bolus, intermittent, cyclic, and continuous).

FREE continuing education: RN 1.0 CE; RD 1.0 CPEU

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Enteral feeding syringes and tubes.
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Abbott Nutrition’s Provider Statement for Nursing CEs:

Abbott Nutrition Health Institute is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing Provider #CEP 11213.

Abbott Nutrition’s Provider Statement for Dietitian CPEUs:

Abbott Nutrition Health Institute (RO002), is a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR). Registered dietitians (RDs) and dietetic technicians, registered (DTRs) will receive continuing professional education units (CPEUs) for completion of this program/materials. Continuing Professional Education Provider Accreditation does not constitute endorsement by CDR of a provider, program, or materials.

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