Nutrition in the Multidisciplinary Oncology Team: Risk Identification and Intervention

Author(s): Tiffany DeWitt MS, MBA, RD, LD


Nutrition services play a key role in quality patient care in the oncology setting. As multidisciplinary teams continue to grow and expand, each member has an opportunity to identify nutrition risks that present throughout the continuum of care. Empowering all team members to play a role in nutrition screening can identify patients in need and help improve outcomes.
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Tiffany DeWitt, MS, MBA, RD, LD

Tiffany DeWitt is a registered dietitian working in Adult Nutrition Science at Abbott Nutrition. Tiffany is a graduate of The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. Her work experience at Abbott Nutrition is focused on oncology nutrition and GI disease.

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