CYSTIC FIBROSIS: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO NUTRITION ADHERENCE
Gregory S. Sawicki, MD, MPH
|Date:||15 October 2020|
Better nutritional status is strongly associated with better pulmonary function and survival in patients with cystic fibrosis. However, there are still high rates of nonadherence with nutritional recommendations. Dr Gregory Sawicki talks about how shared decision-making and optimal counseling can help break down the barriers to nutritional adherence. Participate in this short CME podcast supported by a Medical Education Grant.
- Identify patients at risk for non-adherence including young adults in transition
- Counsel patients on guideline directed nutritional goals and their impact on outcomes
- Select nutritional approaches that include patient goals, values and preferences to minimize barriers to adherence