Duke University Video Series
A free selection of courses from the Duke Online Clinical Nutrition Course and Fellowship, in collaboration with the Morpheus Consortium.
Learn More About Reflective Learning
Reflective learning allows you to step back from the learning experience, helps you develop critical thinking skills, and improve future performance by analyzing what you’ve learned and how you can implement that learning to improve practice.
Reflective Learning for Healthcare Professionals
This infographic provides more details on the reflective learning approach and outlines a pathway to earn CME/CE for healthcare professionals.
Update on Micronutrient Deficiencies in the Critically Ill Patient
Detailed information about individual micronutrient uses specifically in hospitalized adult patients receiving nutrition therapy.
The Role of Microbiome and Probiotics in Health and Disease
In this unit, we will discuss the importance of the rapidly growing role and understanding of the microbiome in health and disease.
The Physician’s Evaluation of the Patient with Malnutrition
This is a head-to-toe approach beginning with a history to collect information on weight loss, symptoms of body mass declination, food intake, maldigestion/malabsorption, and micronutrient deficiency.
The Elite Athlete Gut Microbiota
In this seminar, the expert Paul Cotter will describe the characteristics of the athlete's gut microbiota, illustrate the interplay between the gut microbiota and exercise, and evaluate dietary interventions aimed to optimize this microbial environment in athletes.
Perioperative Nutrition: We Can and Must Do Better!
In this unit, we will discuss the importance of perioperative nutrition care in improving surgical outcomes.
Global Leadership Initiative on Malnutrition
Learn how GLIM was established, identify the criteria used to diagnose malnutrition, and explain how clinicians can use GLIM diagnostic approach in their area of practice.