THE ROLE OF 2´-FL IN INFLAMMATION AND THE POSSIBLE ROLE IN FOOD ALLERGY

In this course, Barbara Marriage, PhD, RD, and Paul Forsythe, PhD, will discuss research on how 2′-FL HMO helps narrow differences between formula and breast milk; review clinical studies supporting HMOs in immune support; and discuss why 2′-FL HMO may be relevant for the dietary management of infants with food allergy. Originally presented as a live webinar on April 7, 2021.

FREE continuing education: 1.0 RN CE; 1.0 RD CPEU

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UNDERSTANDING FOOD PROTEIN-INDUCED ENTEROCOLITIS SYNDROME (FPIES): A DIETETIC LED APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT

In this UK hosted course, Carina Venter, PhD, RD, reviews the presentation and management of non-IgE-mediated cow’s milk allergy in relation to FPIES; discusses the dietary management of food allergies, including hypoallergenic infant formulas; and assesses the impact of FPIES on nutritional status and growth in infancy with reference to current national and international guidelines. Originally presented as a live webinar on May 18, 2021.

FREE continuing education: 1.0 RN CE; 1.0 RD CPEU

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[WEBINAR] ADOLESCENT NUTRITION: A TIME FOR ACTION

In this webinar, Mark R Corkins, MD, CNSC, AGAF, FASPEN, FAAP, will explain why clinicians should focus on adolescent health and nutrition; review the health and economic consequences, if nutrition is neglected in adolescents; and discuss the window of opportunity to impact growth.

DATE: Wednesday, 22, September

Time:

  • 8-9 AM ET

  • 1-2 PM BST

  • 4-5 PM GST

  • 5:30-6:30 PM IST

FREE continuing education: 0.5 RN CE; 0.5 RD CPEU

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[WEBINAR] PROBIOTICS IN THE NICU: EVIDENCE & EXPERIENCE

In this webinar, Arpitha Chiruvolu MD, FAAP, Adam Baker, PhD, and Karyn Wulf MD, MPH, will define dysbiosis and the risk factors for preterm infants; review the expert body of recommendations regarding the use of probiotics; and discuss the process for selecting, implementing, and monitoring a probiotic supplement at your institution.

DATE: Wednesday, 29, September

Time:

  • 12-1 PM ET

  • 5-6 PM BST

  • 8-9 PM GST

  • 9:30-10:30 PM IST

FREE continuing education: 1.0 RN CE; 1.0 RD CPEU

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[WEBINAR] PUTTING EVIDENCE INTO PRACTICE: PREVENTING, MANAGING AND TREATING ENTERAL FEEDING INTOLERANCE IN THE CRITICAL CARE SETTING

In this webinar, Kelly Tappenden, PhD, RDN, will explore the prevalence of enteral feeding intolerance in the critical care setting and review its impact on patient outcomes and associated costs; discuss evidence-based approaches in the prevention and management of enteral feeding intolerance; and identify nutrition interventions tailored to specific GI intolerances in order to achieve enteral nutrition goals and improve patient outcomes.

DATE: Wednesday, 20, October

Time:

  • 12-1 PM ET

  • 5-6 PM BST

  • 8-9 PM GST

  • 9:30-10:30 PM IST

FREE continuing education: 1.0 RN CE; 1.0 RD CPEU

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Recognizing the Child at Risk for Undernutrition

In this course, Miguel Ángel Guagnelli, MD, MSc, describes the consequences of malnutrition; discusses how to detect those at high risk for malnutrition; and reviews practical approaches on how to address malnutrition in clinical settings. Originally presented at the 5th annual Growth Summit on May 26, 2021.

FREE continuing education: 0.5 RN CE; 0.5 RD CPEU

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ADOLESCENT NUTRITION: AN IMPORTANT BUT OFTEN NEGLECTED HEALTH TOPIC

In this course, Mark Corkins, MD, explains why we should focus on adolescent health and nutrition; reviews the health and economic consequences of neglecting to address nutrition in adolescents; discusses the window of opportunity to impact growth before the growth plates close; and identifies opportunities to make an impact on adolescent health through nutrition. Originally presented as a live webinar on May 27, 2021.

FREE continuing education: 0.5 RN CE; 0.5 RD CPEU

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SILENT MALNUTRITION AND HIDDEN HUNGER

In this course, Mauro Fisberg, MD, PhD, details the issue of pediatric malnutrition; explains hidden hunger in children; reviews micronutrient requirements for childhood growth; and discusses nutritional effects in the context of the pandemic. Originally presented at the 5th annual Growth Summit on May 26, 2021.

FREE continuing education: 0.5 RN CE; 0.5 RD CPEU

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NEONATAL RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

In this course, Jennifer Wilson, MS, NP-BC, Mary Kaminski, DNP, APRN, NNP-BC, and Bonnie Gahn, MSN, MA, APRN, discuss the five stages of embryonic development; describe a neonate’s transition into extrauterine life; review assessment strategies for common neonatal respiratory disorders; and more.

FREE continuing education: 1.5 RN CE

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EAT, SLEEP, CONSOLE

In this course Heaven Holdbrooks, PNP, CNS, RNC-NIC, compares the modified Finnegan Assessment Scale (FNASS) to the Eat, Sleep, Console (ESC) Assessment Scale; summarizes emerging research on the ESC method for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) infants; lists consoling support interventions; and discusses implementation strategies for ESC.

FREE continuing education: 1.0 RN CE; 1.0 RD CPEU

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MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO FEEDING HOSPITALIZED COVID-19 PATIENTS: CLINICIAN PERSPECTIVES, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

In this course, Matthew Exline, MD, Jan Powers, PhD, RN, CCNS, NE-BC, Kris Mogensen, MS, RD-AP, LDN, CNSC, and Mary Rath, RD, LD, CNSC, review current evidence and guidelines on nutrition and COVID-19 care; identify the clinician perspective on tube feeding and gastrointestinal intolerance; and discuss the multidisciplinary team approach to improve patient care. Originally presented as a live webinar on April 14, 2021.

FREE continuing education: 1.0 RN CE; 1.0 RD CPEU

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NUTRITION IN WOUND CARE: ESSENTIAL ASPECTS TO IMPROVE PATIENT OUTCOMES

In this UK hosted course, you’ll describe the impact of poor nutrition on wound healing; recognize the importance of early detection of poor nutrition on wound healing; and identify strategies to improve nutrition in the patient with a wound. Originally presented as a live webinar on 20 May, 2021.

FREE continuing education: 1.0 RN CE

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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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