ANHI May 2019 Newsletter

Publish Date: 17 May 2019
Author(s): ANHI Team

Abstract:

In the May 2019 ANHI newsletter, you’ll learn about:

  • Our new Important Initiatives tab, which showcases excellent nutrition science content from around the world, starting with ICOPE Guideline Resources
  • CME-, CE- and CPEU-accredited content—including a webinar series, podcast, eArticle and case clinic—on Neonatal Health & the Microbiome
  • Our June 13 Webinar, “Burn Trauma: Benefits of a Nursing & Nutrition Collaboration,” from noon-1 PM or 7-8 PM ET
  • A free continuing education course, “Critical Care Nutrition: Optimizing Delivery & Outcomes,” [1.0 CE/CPEU]
  • A free continuing education course, “Harnessing Psychology to Improve the Parent & Patient Journey,” [0.5 CPEU] which relates to discussing food allergies during dietetic consultations, and offers two supporting infographics—one for healthcare professionals, and one for parents of children with food allergies
  • ANHI’s Spring 2019 Continuing Education Course Catalog
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