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Her clinical positions include in-patient diabetes education, private practice, and community diabetes education. Davidson has authored or co-authored numerous manuscripts pertaining to prevention, management, and applications of technology in diabetes management.
After your request has been approved, you'll receive instructions for joining the meeting. You must register to the Webinar using a computer or laptop, NOT a mobile device. The program focuses on diabetes prevention. A discounted registration rate is available for Academy members. The deadline for the discount registration is November Have you read that nutritional intervention has little impact on the progression of cancer?
We present a very different perspective. Cancer cells have a unique glycolytic-dependent metabolism that creates an abnormally high demand for available carbohydrate. Creating this "bottleneck" of essential energy for cancer cells, in combination with the use of specific phytonutrients that exhibit clinical evidence of pro-autophagy, pro-apoptosis, and anti-angiogenesis, is a potentially effective adjunct therapy for many forms of cancer.
Join John Bagnulo MPH, PhD for a discussion on carbohydrate restriction, nutritional ketosis, and the use of plant-based substances that exhibit clinical evidence for slowing and stopping cancer metabolism. During this 60 minute webinar, dietitians will have an understanding between personal and professional ethical issues.
Dietitians will be able to utilize the Code of Ethics and will be able to understand basic ethical principles by using various case studies involving diabetes issues. She resides in Tennessee and has served as their President and Delegate. On the national level she was on the Ethics Committee from , serving as chair the last year. She is a frequent national lecturer on Ethics and Legal issues facing allied health professionals. She is a foodie and a world championship BBQ Judge.
After completing this webinar, participants will be able to: Distinguish between personal and professional ethics. If you have encountered any ethical dilemmas at your practice and want the speaker to discuss different ways to address these ethical issues. Please email your case at dcewebinars gmail. You must register to the Webinar using a computer or laptop, NOT a mobile device! A variety of fat and cholesterol-carrying lipoproteins have been targeted by dietary and pharmaceutical interventions in an attempt to improve patient health.
Some of these interventions targeting specific lipids and lipid carrying molecules have more efficacy than others. Mark Pettus is a triple-board certified Internist, Nephrologist, and Integrative Medicine physician practicing for over 25 years. To learn more about Dr. Click here to view the presentation. Dietitians can earn one hour of Continuing Professional Education from the Commission on Dietetic Registration, the credentialing agency for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. To identify those blood lipids that carry the greatest clinical significance with respect to disease risk.
To explain how specific blood lipids relate to dietary habits and types of macronutrients. To list those foods that can produce favorable shifts in the critical blood lipids. Get the latest diabetes treatment guidelines from nationally-recognized experts with these free continuing education webcasts of our one day meeting, Diabetes is Primary. Interviews with these experts are also available as podcasts through Diabetes Core Update.
Diet, Medications, or Both? Markowitz is a pediatric gastroenterologist who practices in the Department of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition at Children's Hospital, Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center and specializes in caring for children and teens diagnosed with EoE. He will be sharing his expertise and experiences regarding the development of EoE management plans in newly diagnosed patients. Understand the importance of using the current diagnostic criteria for eosinophilic esophagitis EoE.
Recognize the role of amino acid-based formula these patients. Explore the development of an EoE management plan. Attend this educational webinar to learn about the first and only hypoallergenic formula with prebiotics and probiotics: In this webinar, you will also review the extensive clinical trials platform behind this exciting innovation, as well as practical information and available tools for this new formula. To review medical and scientific rationale for the addition of prebiotics and probiotics to hypoallergenic infant formula.
To share the main results of the 3 clinical trials behind Neocate Syneo Infant. To discuss the unique blend of prebiotics and probiotics in Neocate Syneo Infant. To review the practical use of Neocate Syneo Infant and tools available to support patients on the product.
Please join Kelly A. Her talk covers advances in the knowledge of the infant intestinal microbiome in health and disease. This was part of a Satellite Symposium, Emerging Evidence: Discuss the development of the human gastrointestinal tract. Explain the optimal nutrition provided by human milk.
Understand the impact of pre- and probiotics on intestinal health. A growing body of evidence highlights the importance of the gut microbiota in early life. Research shows that infants with cow milk allergy may have a gut dysbiosis.
Please join speaker, Christina West, MD, PhD for a 1-hour educational webinar to explore the role of specific pre- and probiotics in addressing this gut dysbiosis. To explore the role of the infant gut microbiota in health and allergic disease. To discuss the role of specific pre- and probiotics in addressing dysbiosis. The gut microbiota is an area of growing interest and clinical research. The gut microbiota is receiving increasing attention related to its relationship with immune disorders, including allergic conditions.
Demonstrate that children may present with multi-system allergic disease. Show altered mechanisms of development of sensitization and tolerance. Discuss clinical research investigating synbiotics in allergic conditions. Share a case study demonstrating co-occurrence of gastrointestinal and allergic symptoms. Cow milk allergy is one of the most confirmed food protein allergies in early childhood. Dietary management is vital in managing this condition.
Understand the role of human milk in infants with cow milk allergy. Discuss role of maternal diet when managing cow milk allergy. Distinguish differences in composition and categorization of specialized pediatric formulas. Understand the proper use of specialized pediatric formulas based on currently available evidence. Join Marijn Warners, MD, PhD-fellow, for a free educational webinar to discuss her new research on the effectiveness of an elemental diet in the management of adult patients with EoE.
Dietary treatment with elimination of disease triggering allergens is an effective treatment option since it could provide a long-term and drug-free solution.
Elemental amino acid-based diets are highly effective in children, and this new research supports its use in successfully managing adult patients with EoE.
Evaluate the effect of an amino acid-based formula diet on eosinophilic inflammation, endoscopic signs and symptoms of adult EoE patients. Describe the contribution of abnormal esophageal barrier function in the pathophysiology of EoE. Explain the role of an amino acid-based formula diet in restoring esophageal mucosal integrity and induces histologic remission in adult EoE patients.
Explore the role of an impaired small intestinal mucosal integrity in the pathophysiology of EoE. Her current research focuses on understanding the pathophysiology of esophagel mucosal integrity in eosinophilic esophagitis, the effect of dietary treatment in EoE and the validation of different outpoints used in clinical trails in EoE. Warners completed two consecutive internships in surgery and urology at The University Medical Center Groningen and St. Feeding problems are common in children with ASD and can result from a variety of reasons e.
In addition, they may present in a variety of ways — often disrupting eating and mealtimes. Define ASD diagnostic characteristics and how these relate to the mechanics of eating. Discuss prevalent underlying medical problems such as gastrointestinal issues and food allergies that may contribute to disrupted eating patterns in children with ASD.
Dietary management of EoE has been shown to be an effective option for children and is gaining great acceptance for adults. To learn about the different types of elimination diets. To become familiar with feeding issues that may develop as a result of EoE. To be able to provide patients and families with survival skills to help them be successful with their elimination diet.
There is a general lack of awareness about FPIES, which has led to this condition being frequently misdiagnosed. This is an ideal educational opportunity for those looking to enhance their knowledge and skills on FPIES management. At the conclusion of the webinar, participants should be able to: Nirmala Gonsalves and Bethany Doerfler for a Nutricia Learning Center educational webinar focused on transitioning teens with EoE from pediatric to adult care.
Describe the clinical features of EoE across the age spectrum and discuss the evidence for dietary management approaches. Explore transition of care in EoE from teens to adulthood. Understand the role enteral nutrition plays in the intestinal rehabilitation process. Discuss the ways diet modifications can reduce the complications of long-term TPN.
Please join speaker Dr. Describe the most commonly occurring GI symptoms and potential nutritional deficits in children with ASD. When, Which Approach, and Why? Please join speakers Dr. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago for a free one hour presentation on the dietary management of eosinophilic esophagitis.
Define and describe the prevalence and clinical spectrum of eosinophilic esophagitis. Describe the different dietary approaches to managing eosinophilic esophagitis. Understand the principles underlying elimination diets and the importance of avoiding cross-contamination. Recognize the varying disease processes that fall under the diagnosis of cow milk allergy. Appreciate nutritional risks associated with cow milk allergy.
Understand the role of nutrition management in the care of a child with cow milk allergy. Describe symptoms, prevalence and the most causative foods associated with gastrointestinal food allergy. Understand different aspects of an elimination diet including avoidance of causative foods, symptom management and nutritional adequacy. November 29, Please join Dr. Review the nutritional management of patients with short bowel syndrome. Learn about the possible nutritional deficiencies of an infant with short bowel syndrome.
Review the role enteral nutrition plays in the intestinal adaptation. Identify GI conditions that typically lead to compromised gut health in the neonate such as necrotizing enterocolitis and short bowel syndrome.
Recognize key indicators of feeding success or intolerance, including manifestations of food allergies. Incorporate various nutritional strategies to help manage compromised gut health in the newborn. March 21, Please join Dr. February 4, Please join Dr. Explore current treatment options for GI food allergy. Evaluate when to refer for GI food allergy consultation. Stimulating intestinal function with prebiotics.
Supporting oral feeding in malabsorptive patients. Identify specific characteristics of feeding issues in the young child and older child with EoE. Understand that medical treatment alone may not remediate symptoms of feeding dysfunction in children with EoE. Recognize criteria for referral to a feeding specialist. The seven key signs of acid reflux in a baby. Myths and misconceptions about the care and treatment of a baby with colic.
Join our speakers Laurie Bernstein and Fran Rohr in a discussion about the Simplified PKU Diet and how this approach could potentially increase diet adherence and enjoyment of a more normalized approach to food for patients with PKU. By partaking in this webinar, participants will be able to: Understand the rationale for using the simplified diet. Teach the simplified PKU diet to their patients.
Share best practices around this approach to PKU management. What Do We Know? Join us for a 1 hour educational webinar with Dr. At the end of this webinar, participants will be able to: Understand the relationship between plasma levels and brain uptake of essential amino acids. Understand how medical food composition affects brain amino acid nutrition and development in disorders of intermediary metabolism.
We recommend you transition your patient to a product within our portfolio that will work for your patients. Below are tools that can be found in the Clinician Resources, Metabolics section: Calculation tool to help determine the amount of Nutricia product needed to achieve a desired amount of protein equivalent for individual patients.
Nutricia Metabolic Portfolio Guide: Please join our speaker, Manon Bouchard, Dt. Describe the most up-to-date nutritional management for tyrosinemia.
Understand key learnings for successful transitions of your patients. Understand the biochemical pathways of fatty acid oxidation disorders. Describe the nutritional management of the disorders from infancy to adulthood. Engaging Dietitians in Research and Publications: It's Easier Than a Diet Calculation! Understand how to initiate and participate in scientific research. Describe what is needed to successfully publish a paper or poster presentation.
Join our speaker, Dr. By attending the webinar, participants will be able to understand: Newborn Screening and Expanded Access: Marine fisheries are a crucial source of food and income for people around the world. Approximately one billion people, many of whom are in developing countries, rely on fish as their primary source of animal protein. Coral reefs serve as habitat for many important fish, shellfish, and other invertebrates that are targeted for fishing.
In the United States, approximately half of all federally managed fisheries, both commercial and recreational, depend on coral reefs and related habitats, such as seagrasses and mangroves, for a portion of their life cycles. Research indicates that coral reef fisheries provide billions of dollars to the economies of many countries around the globe. It is essential to communicate to stakeholders why coral reef fisheries are valuable and in need of management.
The information below highlights some of the benefits of coral reef fisheries. Reef fish on display at one of the fish market stalls in Kolonia, the capital city of Pohnpei. Spiny lobsters are the primary fishery for 24 countries in the Caribbean and contribute significantly to export income for the region. More than one billion people benefit directly from coral reef resources for food and as a source of income through activities related to fishing and tourism.
It is estimated that coral reef fisheries supply more than half of the protein consumed by people in coastal tropical regions. They are also an important source of other nutrients, such as vitamins A, B, and D, calcium, iron, and iodine. A healthy, well-managed reef can yield between 0. Across reef nations and territories, people consume an average of 29 kg of fish and seafood each year.
Reefs can provide livelihoods and resources that many communities depend on. The Kia community builds homes directly over their reef in the Solomon Islands because of the lack of flat, coastal lands. There are an estimated 15 million small-scale fishers in the Coral Triangle when full-time, part-time, and seasonal male and female fishers are included.