In this course, you’ll identify psychological factors that can affect the patient and family before, during and after a dietetic consultation; review psychological principles to help address challenges; and discuss practical tips to enrich conversations with parents.
In this webinar, Lisa Cooke, MA, BSc, RD, Luise Marino, PhD, RD, and Rosan Meyer, PhD, RD, will reflect on what they’ve learnt as dietitians during Covid-19; discuss the implications of Covid-19 on paediatric patients and their caregivers; and explore innovations to support nutrition practices.
FREE continuing education: 1.0 RN CE; 1.0 RD CPEU
DATE: Wednesday, 27 January
In this course, Terry Robinson, RN, MSC, BSC (Hons), will identify the nutritional needs of patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD); recognise the importance of exercise and nutrition in the management of COPD; and discuss the needs of COPD patients post-COVID-19.
This course was originally presented as a live webinar on 9 September 2020.
In this course, you’ll identify the occurrence and presentation of COVID-19 in paediatric populations based on current data; review the potential implications of COVID-19 on food allergic patients and food allergy management; and discuss learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic. Originally presented as a live webinar on 28 May 2020.
In this course, you’ll define malnutrition; characterise the role of the dietitian and other healthcare professionals in assessing nutrition requirements; describe the impact of specific conditions on nutrition requirements; and discuss expectations for catch-up growth. Originally presented at the 2020 Growth Summit in Stockholm, Sweden.
In this course, you’ll learn calming tactics for anxious parents and patients; discuss the value of patient information and how to maximise its impact; and review how to use remote consultations. This programme was originally presented as a live webinar on 12 May 2020.
In this course, you’ll identify the need for remote allergy clinics and the difference between a remote and onsite consultation; review key components of taking an allergy-focused history; discuss practical tips for remote consultations; and evaluate the potential future of virtual allergy clinics. Originally presented as a live webinar on 18 May 2020.
In this course, you’ll review and compare the 2017 ASPEN/SCCM and 2020 ESPNIC critical care guideline recommendations; evaluate the scientific evidence used to support the guideline recommendations; and determine appropriate application of new guidelines to clinical practice. Originally presented as a live webinar on 26 May 2020.
In this course, you’ll discuss essentials for remote consultations; identify practice applications for the recent British Dietetic Association (BDA) Guidelines on remote dietetic consultations; outline checks and procedures for practice and management. Originally presented as a live webinar on 10 June 2020. The course is intended for UK HCPs.
In this course, you’ll define vitamin D and the associated risks with vitamin D deficiencies; describe the role of vitamin D for immune system support; and review the potential link between vitamin D deficiency and Covid-19. Originally presented as a live webinar on 11 June 2020.
In this course, Sanjay Suman, MD, FRCO, will identify the importance of assessing and optimizing muscle strength to reduce the risk of an older individual falling; discuss practical tips and current guidelines for assessing falls risk, malnutrition and muscle health; and review the importance of protein for maintaining good muscle health.
In this course, Ione De Brito-Ashurst, PhD, RD, will review nutrition guidelines and recommendations related to recovery; describe the relationship between muscle and protein intake; and translate scientific evidence and literature into clinical practice.
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