ANHI October 2019 Newsletter

Publish Date: 18 October 2019
Author(s): ANHI Team

Abstract:

In the October 2019 ANHI newsletter, you can:

  • Learn more about—and register for—our FNCE 2019 accredited symposium, “Dietitians Driving Impact: Data on Improved Patient Care from the Malnutrition Quality Improvement Initiative (MQii)”
  • Hear our October featured podcast episodes – “Going Glocal: A Recipe for Sustainable Nutrition,” and “Individualized Medicine & Nutrition in the Digital Era”
  • Download and earn education credit for reading our new Pediatric Currents: “Applying Malnutrition Indicators in the Preterm & Neonatal Population”
  • Learn more about—and register for—our free webinar, “Optimizing Nutrition Status of the Cardiac Surgery Patient”
  • Enroll in and earn continuing education credit for our self-study course, “2’-Fucosyllactose: An Allergy Modulating Human Milk Oligosaccharide?”
  • Enroll in and earn continuing education credit for our self-study course, “Burn Trauma: Benefits of a Nursing & Nutrition Collaboration”
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