ANHI September 2018 Newsletter

Publish Date: 17 September 2018
Author(s): ANHI Team

Abstract:

In the September 2018 ANHI newsletter, you’ll have access to a host of new infographics you can print and share with your patients. Topics include:
  • Diabetes
  • Real-food tube feeding
  • Human milk oligosaccharides (HMO)
  • Human milk fortifiers
  • Note: Check back regularly. We have many other infographics planned for you.

You also can:
  • Watch videos from the 51st ESPGHAN Conference focusing on cow’s milk allergy
  • Earn CE credits by enrolling in and completing our six courses on the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) Survey
  • Register for a podcast series—created by the Duke Clinical Research Institute and supported through a medical education grant by Abbott Nutrition—on the role of nutrition in surgery
  • Register for our special symposium—Dietitians Leading Innovation: Using Data for Quality Improvement and Patient-Focused Transitions of Care— Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo in Washington, DC, on 22 October
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