Management of Paediatric Disease-Related Malnutrition Where GI Intolerance is a Concern: Practical Case Studies

Program Date: 15 September 2022
Publication Date: 9 February 2023
Continuing Education Units: Nurse Contact: 1.0; Dietitian CPEU: 1.0

Course Description:

In this course, the faculty will describe diagnoses, conditions, and situations where peptide-feeding may be indicated; review how to recognize and appraise the heterogeneity of patient groups; explain the nutrient profile and composition of peptide feeds and their relevance to patient groups; and discuss how peptide feeding can support nutrition using practical case studies. Originally presented as a live webinar on September 15, 2022.

Course Objectives:

• Describe diagnoses, conditions, and situations where peptide-feeding may be indicated. 
• Recognize and appraise the heterogeneity of patient groups. 
• Explain the nutrient profile and composition of peptide feeds and their relevance to patient groups. 
• Discuss how peptide feeding can support nutrition using practical case studies.
  • CDR Level: 2
  • Performance Indicators: 8.1.1, 8.2.1
  • Run Time: 44

Course Instructor Bio(s)

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Lisa Cooke, MA, BSc, RD, MBDA

Head of Paediatric Nutrition, Dietetics, and Speech & Language Therapy 
Bristol Royal Hospital for Children 
Bristol, England
Lisa is the Head of Paediatric Dietetics, Nutrition, and SALT at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. She has worked in tertiary-level paediatrics for many years and has led the specialist team in Bristol for 23 years. She has extensive experience and has covered most areas of paediatric dietetics. She has recently studied to be able to perform physical assessments in children to enhance and extend her scope of practise. She is passionate about paediatric dietetics and has a strong drive to make clinical research everyday practise for the profession. She has volunteered with charities overseas, supporting good nutritional practise in resource-limited settings, published in books, journals, and presented at academic conferences. She is the clinical lead for the advanced professional practise Masters in Paediatric Dietetics at Plymouth University. She volunteers as a member of the Paediatric Specialist group of the British Dietetic Association and currently sits as the postgraduate education officer on the committee. She currently works clinically within the specialties of Paediatric HIV, and Allergy and is helping to mobilise the national pilot project for children with complications of excess weight.
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Jason Beyers, BSc, RD

Team Lead, Paediatric Dietetics 
Regional Specialist, Paediatric Dietitian 
Bristol Royal Hospital for Children 
Bristol, England
Jason is a team lead within the paediatric dietetics department at the Royal Bristol Hospital for Children. He has worked as a dietitian since 2000 and moved into paediatric dietetics in 2008 at the Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand. Jason’s primary experience is in paediatric critical care and parenteral nutrition. After 1 year working in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in 2009 as the intensive care and nutrition support dietitian for parenteral nutrition for NICU, paediatrics, and through to adults, he took up a post at the King’s College Hospital in London in 2010 as the PICU and liver paediatric specialist dietitian for 3 years. In 2013 he wrote the 4th edition Shaw, Paediatric Clinical Dietetics chapter 9 for Liver and Pancreas before moving on and eventually taking up PICU/Cardiac/Burns post the BRHC in 2014. He has presented at a range of conferences and forums including the paediatric Module 1 course and enrolled his respective PICU in the PINS1 and PINS 3 international PICU surveys. Jason claims his biggest achievement over the last 9 years has been to survive parenting his twins.
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Lauren McVeigh, MSc, RD, MBDA

Regional Specialist, Paediatric Dietitian 
Bristol Royal Hospital for Children 
Bristol, England
Lauren completed her training in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Surrey. After a short period as a rotational dietitian in adult practice, with a growing interest in paediatrics, she started working for the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children in 2012. Lauren has worked as part of the paediatric gastroenterology service since 2015 and is now the clinical lead for the dietetic team in gastroenterology and nutrition support. She currently manages the Bristol Dietetic Led Coeliac service and also works closely with the multi-disciplinary team supporting children and young people with other gastroenterology and hepatic conditions in Bristol and the South West, both as inpatients and outpatients.
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Laura Sealy, MSc, RD, MBDA

Specialist Paediatric Oncology Dietitian 
Bristol Royal Hospital for Children 
Bristol, England
After initially graduating with a degree in archaeology and anthropology, Laura discovered dietetics and for the past 20 years has enjoyed working across a range of adult and paediatric specialties in Arrowe Park Hospital (Wirral), Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, and Bristol Children’s Hospital. She took on the role of lead paediatric oncology dietitian in Bristol in 2016, a post which she finds never fails to throw up challenges and rewards. She is actively engaged in a variety of quality improvement initiatives around anthropometry and nutrition screening, represents the AHP team for the paediatric oncology service and jointly leads research activities in the dept. Her current areas of interest are feed choice for oncology patients and enteral nutrition practice post bone marrow transplant and always has far more questions than answers.
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