[WEBINAR] MALNUTRITION, MUSCLE, AND BODY COMPOSITION: LATEST ADVANCES AND INNOVATIONS FOR THE FUTURE - 119TH ABBOTT NUTRITION RESEARCH CONFERENCE

For more than 50 years, the Abbott Nutrition Research Conference (ANRC) has brought together key experts and clinicians from around the globe to discuss scientific advances in nutrition. This year, for the first time ever, the conference will be broadcast live, providing an opportunity for healthcare professionals to engage worldwide.

DATE: Tuesday, 22 June

TIME:

  • 8-11 AM ET

  • 8-11 PM SGT

REGISTER
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WOUND HEALING AND NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT

In this course, Nancy Morgan, RN, BSN, MBA, WOC, WCC, DWC, OMS, and Nancy Collins, PHD, RDN, LD, NWCC, FAND, will define acute vs. chronic wounds; review the phases of wound healing; and discuss the role and components of medical nutrition therapy in wound healing.

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FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES TARGETED FOR PATIENTS WITH LOW MUSCLE MASS

In this course, Kyle Timmerman, PhD, FASCM, will identify the connections among physical activity, health, and chronic disease; communicate the general recommendations for physical activity and exercise for older adults; define functional movement activities and exercises; and more. Originally presented as a live webinar on 27 March 2020.

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FOOD ALLERGY IN EARLY LIFE

In this course, Chiang Wen Chen, B.MED.SCI, MBBS, MRCPCH (London), FAMS, FAAAAI (USA), will discuss food allergies in early life; review several diagnostic dilemmas associated with food allergies; and summarize learnings through several pediatric case studies. Originally presented as a live webinar on 27 September 2020.


Important Notice:
Breast milk is the best for babies. The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life. Unnecessary introduction of bottle feeding or other food and drinks will have a negative impact on breastfeeding. After six months of age, infants should receive age-appropriate foods while breastfeeding continues for up to two years of age or beyond. Consult your doctor before deciding to use infant formula or if you have difficulty breastfeeding.

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NUTRITION IN EARLY ADOLESCENCE: GUIDANCE FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE

In this course, Virginia Stallings, MD, will discuss the importance of adolescent nutrition in clinical practice; review the physiological changes with pubertal development and its impact on nutrient needs; and identify nutrients of concern to support adolescent health. Originally presented as a live webinar on 25 February 2021.

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AN ALLERGY MODULATING MILK OLIGOSACCHARIDE: 2'FUCOSYLLACTOSE

In this course, you’ll review clinical studies supporting the immune benefits of 2′-fucosyllactose milk oligosaccharide (2′-FL Milk Oligosaccharides); discuss preclinical evidence of 2′-FL Milk Oligosaccharides effects on food allergy and potential mechanisms of action; and describe the possible role of 2′-FL Milk Oligosaccharides in enhancing oral tolerance. Originally presented as a live webinar on 3 June 2020.


Important Notice:
Breast milk is the best for babies. The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life. Unnecessary introduction of bottle feeding or other food and drinks will have a negative impact on breastfeeding. After six months of age, infants should receive age-appropriate foods while breastfeeding continues for up to two years of age or beyond. Consult your doctor before deciding to use infant formula or if you have difficulty breastfeeding.

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CURRENT CHALLENGES IN PEDIATRIC CYSTIC FIBROSIS CARE: IMPLICATIONS FOR NUTRITION AND WELL-BEING

In this UK-focused course, Chris Smith, RD, BSc (Hons), MBDA, and Sally Harris, PhD, ClinPsyD, MSc, BSc, CPsychol AFBPsS, will identify the emerging evidence in pediatric cystic fibrosis influencing nutritional management; review the nutritional needs and management of children with cystic fibrosis in line with new therapies; and explore the psychological impact of COVID-19 and new therapies for pediatric patients with cystic fibrosis. This course was originally presented as a live webinar on 10 December 2020.

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IMPACT OF NUTRITION ON THE COMMUNITY DWELLING ELDERLY IN SINGAPORE: THE SHIELD STUDY

The world's over 65 population is expanding rapidly, and the risk of malnutrition is prevalent in this population. Meeting nutritional needs is a recognized strategy to reduce and address multiple debilitating adverse health outcomes associated with malnutrition. In this 2-Part Program Series, you will learn about the SHEILD (Strengthening Health In ELDerly through nutrition) study and review its clinical significance in the elderly population.

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UTILIZING CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING DATA TO IMPROVE DIABETES CARE

In this course, you’ll learn about continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) reports; discuss the value of real-time glucose trend information; review best practice tips for clinicians; and review examples of how CGM reports can guide patient action.

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GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS: LATEST RESEARCH & GUIDELINES

In this course, you’ll learn about maternal risk factors, epidemiology, and screening methods for gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM); review dietary guidelines for the management of GDM; and briefly discuss new technologies such as continuous glucose monitoring. This program was originally presented at the 117th Abbott Nutrition Research Conference.

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CARBOHYDRATE QUALITY: WHAT DO I TELL MY PATIENTS?

In this course, you’ll review the carbohydrate-insulin model; define the four domains of carbohydrate quality; assess cardiometabolic benefits; learn about interactions of different phenotypes/genotypes with domains of carbohydrate quality; and more. This program was originally presented at the 117th Abbott Nutrition Research Conference.

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AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO DIABETES CARE

In this course, you’ll learn about the initial testing and treatment for a patient newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes; identify the critical touchpoints for diabetes self-management, education, and support; and review the roles of different providers in the diabetes care continuum.

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