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Nutrition-Focused Physical Exam Video and Study Guide- Non member price

Learning Objectives: To state the purpose of performing a nutrition-focused physical exam (NFPE). To list the components of the NFPE. To understand the basic techniques required to perform the exam and to recognize physical signs and symptoms to determine if further nutritional intervention is required.
Topics included in video:
  • Examination Tools and Techniques
  • Nutrition Physical Examination – A Systems Approach
  • Cardiopulmonary Assessment
  • Abdominal Assessment
  • Neuromuscular Assessment
  • Oral Assessment
  • Skin Assessment
  • Examination of Muscle and Fat Loss
This activity is approved for 4.0 CPEU.
Please note that this is an online access tool. No product is shipped. You will receive a voucher that will allow access to the tool upon purchase.

Indications and Implications for Nutrition Support in the Oncology Population- NON-MEMBER PRICE

Presenter: Marisa Mozer, MS, RD, CSO, LDN, CNSC
Objectives

  1. Describe the guidelines, indications, benefits, and complications of enteral and parenteral nutrition for oncology patients.
  2. Review nutrition guidelines for enteral and parenteral nutrition for high risk nutrition support cancer patients, including head and neck, esophageal, bone marrow transplant, and gynecological.
  3. Describe the indications for home nutrition support and the benefit vs. risk of nutrition support during palliative care/end of life.

This presentation provides 1 CPEU.

Culturally Competent Nutrition Focused Physical Examination- NON-MEMBER PRICE

Speaker: Irissa Bachman, MS RDN LD CNSC

Objectives:

  1. Review the basics of the nutrition focused physical examination and its role in identifying malnutrition.
  2. Define cultural competency and why it pertains to RDNs.
  3. Identify specific differences when performing a nutrition focused physical examination on diverse populations.

This presentation provides 1 CPEU.

Too Sweet to be True: Glycemic Management in Hospitalized Patients Receiving Nutrition Support- NON-MEMBER PRICE

Presenter: Rohit Moghe, PharmD, MSPH, CDE
Objectives: In patients who are hospitalized for critical or acute illness:
  1. Recognize contributors to and strategies to mitigate hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia.
  2. Understand insulin regimens and their differences.
  3. Identify the appropriateness of adjusting insulin levels vs. reducing carbohydrates.
This presentation is approved for 1 CPEU.

Addressing Malnutrition: Past, Present and Future- Non-Member Price

Presenter: Ainsley Malone, MS RD CNSC LDN FADA FASPEN

Objectives: 
1. Describe negative outcomes demonstrated in malnourished hospitalized patients.
2. Describe key therapeutic options for treating malnutrition and improving outcomes.
3. Recognize state and national activities underway to address malnutrition.
4. Outline strategies for nutrition communication and care at hospital discharge and beyond.

This presentation provides 1 CPEU. Thank you to Baxter for sponsoring this webinar!

Pressors and Pentobarbital- A Review of the Nutritional Impacts of Medicines Used in Critical Illness- NON MEMBER PRICE

Presenter: David Evans, MD, FACS

Objectives:
1. Review the physiology of the GI tract as it relates to shock states.
2. Review the pharmacology of vasopressor agents and the implications for the GI tract and nutrition.
3. Review the pharmacology of barbiturates and paralytics and their impact on nutrition.

This presentation provides 1 CPEU.

Fluid, Electrolytes and TPN- Non Member Price

Presenter: Theresa Cattell, RDN, CNSC

Objectives: Describe normal PN fluid, electrolyte and mineral requirements; describe common electrolyte imbalances from GI dysfunction, medications and changes in clinical status; make recommendations for PN changes. 

This presentation provides 1 CPEU.

Handgrip Strength Assessment: A Skill to Enhance the Diagnosis of Disease Related Malnutrition-NON MEMBERS

This toolkit is designed for self-study or collaborative group learning.
Presented by Terese Scollard, MBA, RDN, LD, FAND

Learning Objectives:

1. Accurately perform and document methodology and results.
2. Interpret findings in the context of a complete nutritional assessment.
3. Obtain baseline and periodic clinical information to contribute to the nutrition diagnosis of protein-calorie malnutrition.

This program is worth 3.0 CPEUs.

 

Malnutrition Coding Toolkit- NON MEMBER PRICE

The malnutrition coding toolkit is designed to educate RDNs on the importance of accurate coding for malnutrition and to provide the RDN with tools and resources for educating members of the healthcare team.  Building communication pathways and demonstrating expertise in diagnosis of malnutrition enhances RDN value in the facility by being a leader in improved patient and financial outcomes. Product includes access to the malnutrition coding webinar handout, June 2017 issue of Support Line, professional slide deck to assist with generating change, and more. 

Small Bowel Feeding Tube Insertion Toolkit- Non Member Price

Recipe for success!  For all RDs interested in learning more about successful enteral tube feeding placement.

2017 Symposium session: Ethics and Nutrition Support- Non-Member Price

Presented by: Denise Schwartz, MS, RD, FADA, FAND, FASPEN

Learning Objectives: Integrate clinical ethics into nutrition support practice as a component of patient-centered care; Develop communication skills to optimize shared decision making between clinicians and patients/family/surrogates based on the patient’s wishes.

This activity is worth 1 CPEU.

2017 Symposium session: Nutrition and Sepsis- Non-member price

Presenter: Todd Rice, MD, MSc

Learning Objectives: Review evidence on nutrition support of critically ill patients with sepsis; understand when to feed critically ill patients with severe sepsis/shock and respiratory failure; discuss data on amount of EN to provide critically ill patients with severe sepsis; comprehend data concerning composition of EN formulas for patients with severe sepsis; outline urgent areas for future research of nutrition in patients with sepsis.

This presentation provides 1 CPEU.

2017 Symposium session: Gastrointestinal Feedings Post Op: What's the Deal on Beginning Oral Feedings? Non-Member Price

Presented by: Kate Willcutts, DCN, RD, CNSC

Learning Objectives: Discuss research that supports early oral feeding after surgery; Explain evidence supporting swifter advancement to regular diet after surgery.

This activity is worth 0.75 CPEUs.

2017 Symposium session: Lean Body Mass Assessment: Ultrasound and CT- Non-Member Price

Presented by: Hannah Roosevelt MS, RD, CNSC, Sarah Peterson, PhD, RD, CNSC and Beth Taylor, DCN, RD, CNSC

Learning Objectives: Describe the benefits and limitations of portable ultrasound/CT to measure body composition; Summarize the principles of measurement for ultrasounds/CT; Propose interpretation of ultrasound/CT results.

This activity is worth 0.75 CPEUs.

 

2017 Symposium session: Developing a Feeding Tube Placement Program: How to Get Started- Non-Member Price

Presented by: Christina Rollins, MS, RD, LDN, CNSC

Learning Objectives: List indications and contraindications of bedside small bowel feeding tube placement; Discuss initial training and ongoing competency associated with bedside small bowel feeding tube placement.

This activity is worth 0.75 CPEUs.

2017 Symposium session: Order Writing Competencies- Non-Member Price

Presented by: Susan Roberts, MS, RDN, LD, CNSC

Learning Objectives: Identify reasons for establishing order writing competencies; Relate steps and tools for achieving order writing privileges and competency. 

This activity provides 0.75 CPEUs.

2017 Symposium session: ASPEN Safe Practices for Enteral Nutrition Therapy- Non-Member Price

Presented by: Ainsley Malone, MS, RD, CNSC, FAND, FASPEN

Learning Objectives: List key recommendations and rationale for safe EN prescribing; Outline the essential parameters to monitor in enterally fed patients to minimize and/or prevent complications; Describe processes for procuring, selecting and preparing enteral formulas including closed system, powdered and blenderized formulas.

This activity is worth 0.75 CPEUs.

2017 Symposium session: Malnutrition: Where Are We Headed? Non-Member Price

Presented by: Kris Mogensen, MS, RD-AP, LDN, CNSC

Learning Objectives: Review prior malnutrition efforts; discuss what’s happening with the Academy/ASPEN characteristics; review where we are headed as a profession.

This learning activity is worth 0.5 CPEU.

2017 Symposium session: The Skinny on Research: Why We Need to Do It and How to Get Started- Non-Member Price

Presented by: Gail Cresci, PhD, RD, CNSC

Learning Objectives: Understand how to obtain grant funding, write a research proposal, implement a research project and publish results.

This activity is worth 0.75 CPEUs.

2017 Symposium session: Pre and Probiotics- Non-Member Price

Presented by: Gail Cresci, PhD, RD, LDN, CNSC

Learning Objectives: Define a probiotic, prebiotic and symbiotic; discuss proposed mechanisms of action for probiotics and prebiotics; Discuss clinical evidence supporting use of probiotics and prebiotics.

This activity is worth 0.75 CPEUs.

2017 Symposium session: The Real Scoop on Guideline Development- Non-Member Price

Presented by: Carol Braunschweig, PhD, RD

Learning Objectives: Describe how ASPEN clinical guidelines (CG) are selected for development; Review the process of guideline committee selection and decision for single vs multi-society guideline; Describe the method for literature review, questions asked and data collection; Describe the GRADE process; Describe the data analysis process and interpretation of findings; Future guidelines being considered.

This activity is worth 1 CPEU.

Diagnosing Malnutrition with CT scans and Ultrasounds- Non-Member Price

Presented by Sandra Gomez-Perez, PhD, RD, LDN 

Learning Objectives: The learner will be able to discuss utilizing CT scans and ultrasounds to assess nutritional status, compare benefits and disadvantages of CT scans and ultrasounds, and explore additional technologies used for nutrition assessment.

This webinar is worth 1 CPEU.

Nutrition Support in the Complex Critically Ill Patient- Non Member Price

Presented by Stephanie Dobak, MS RD LDN CNSC

Learning Objectives: The learner will become familiar with therapeutic hypothermia, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) and continuous venovenous hemodialysis (CVVHD); learn the nutritional impacts of these therapies; and provide nutrition support recommendations for these complex cases.

This webinar provides 1.0 CPEU.

 

Parenteral Nutrition Slide Set- Non Member Price

This comprehensive PowerPoint slide set covers the basics of parenteral nutrition including:

  • Patient indications
  • Vascular access
  • Formulations and calculations
  • Initiation and monitoring
  • Complications

This slide set is ideal for educating:

  • Resident physicians or medical students
  • Dietetic interns or students
  • Pharmacists or students

This item is for the parenteral slide set only. Please note: The PowerPoint sets are read-only and cannot be modified.

Enteral Nutrition Slide Set- Non Member Price

This comprehensive PowerPoint slide set covers the basics of enteral nutrition including:

  • Patient indications
  • Enteral access
  • Formulations and calculations
  • Initiation and monitoring
  • Complications

This slide set is ideal for educating:

  • Resident physicians or medical students
  • Dietetic interns or students
  • Pharmacists or students

This item is for the enteral slide set only. Please note: The PowerPoint sets are read-only and cannot be modified.

Enteral Nutrition and Parenteral Nutrition Slide Sets- Non Member Price

This comprehensive PowerPoint slide set covers the basics of enteral and parenteral nutrition including:
  • Patient indications
  • Enteral and vascular access
  • Formulations and calculations
  • Initiation and monitoring
  • Complications

This slide set is ideal for educating:

  • Resident physicians or medical students
  • Dietetic interns or students
  • Pharmacists or students

Please note: The PowerPoint sets are read-only and cannot be modified.

Lipid Tutorial Module 1 : Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Oils/Lipids NON-Member

This tutorial is 1 of a set of 3 modules that discuss the properties and metabolic impact of different lipid sources; the potential indications and contraindications of EN and PN lipids in pediatrics and adults; and a review of the scientific literature currently available.

Module I: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Oils/Lipids presented by Thomas Pavlina

Description: This module covers the basics of biochemistry of oils and lipids/fats to provide the foundation for an understanding of the characteristics and metabolic properties of lipids.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the properties and metabolic effects of different types of fatty acids
  • Describe the properties and metabolic effects of different oils used in EN and PN
  • Discuss potential benefits of combining various oils in lipid emulsions and enteral formulas

This webinar is about 1 hour and 30 minutes and is worth 1.5 CPEU.

This CPEU opportunity has been made possible through an educational grant by Baxter.

Lipid Tutorial Module 2 : Pediatrics and Lipids NON-Member

This tutorial is 1 of a set of 3 modules that discuss the properties and metabolic impact of different lipid sources; the potential indications and contraindications of EN and PN lipids in pediatrics and adults; and a review of the scientific literature currently available.

Module 2: Pediatrics and Lipids (EN and PN) presented by Jessica Monczka, RD, LDN, CNSC

Description: This module addresses the role of enteral and parenteral lipids on the nutritional and health status of the pediatric nutrition support population.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify specific impact of lipids on pediatric population
  • Review literature to determine potential to decrease adverse effects and optimize nutrition and health
  • Discuss compassionate use of fish oil in pediatric patients with PNALD

This webinar is about 1 hour and is worth 1 CPEU.

This CPEU opportunity has been made possible through an educational grant by Baxter.

Lipid Tutorial Module 3 : Role of Enteral and Parenteral Lipids among Adults Receiving Nutrition Support NON-Member

This tutorial is 1 of a set of 3 modules that discuss the properties and metabolic impact of different lipid sources; the potential indications and contraindications of EN and PN lipids in pediatrics and adults; and a review of the scientific literature currently available.

Module III: Role of Enteral and Parenteral Lipids among Adult Patients Receiving Nutrition Support presented by Anne Coltman, MS, RD, LDN, CNSC and Kelly Roehl, MS, RD, LDN CNSC

Description: This module addresses the role of enteral and parenteral lipids on the nutritional and health status of the adult nutrition support population.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define soybean oil sparing strategies for PN patients
  • Identify adult patient populations who may benefit from currently available lipids and lipid combinations in PN and EN
  • Discuss current research providing guidance on selection of lipid sources in specific adult patient populations receiving EN and PN.

This webinar is about 1 hour and is worth 1 CPEU.

This CPEU opportunity has been made possible through an educational grant by Baxter.

Lipid Tutorial Modules 1-3: Globules of Lipid Information Complete Set NON-Member

This tutorial is a set of 3 modules that discuss the properties and metabolic impact of different lipid sources; the potential indications and contraindications of EN and PN lipids in pediatrics and adults; and a review of the scientific literature currently available.

Module I: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Oils/Lipids presented by Thomas Pavlina

Description: This module covers the basics of biochemistry of oils and lipids/fats to provide the foundation for an understanding of the characteristics and metabolic properties of lipids.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the properties and metabolic effects of different types of fatty acids
  • Describe the properties and metabolic effects of different oils used in EN and PN
  • Discuss potential benefits of combining various oils in lipid emulsions and enteral formulas

Module II: Pediatrics and Lipids (EN and PN) presented by Jessica Monczka, RD, LDN, CNSC

Description: This module addresses the role of enteral and parenteral lipids on the nutritional and health status of the pediatric nutrition support population.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify specific impact of lipids on pediatric population
  • Review literature to determine potential to decrease adverse effects and optimize nutrition and health
  • Discuss compassionate use of fish oil in pediatric patients with PNALD

Module III: Role of Enteral and Parenteral Lipids among Adult Patients Receiving Nutrition Support presented by Anne Coltman, MS, RD, LDN, CNSC and Kelly Roehl, MS, RD, LDN CNSC

Description: This module addresses the role of enteral and parenteral lipids on the nutritional and health status of the adult nutrition support population.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define soybean oil sparing strategies for PN patients
  • Identify adult patient populations who may benefit from currently available lipids and lipid combinations in PN and EN
  • Discuss current research providing guidance on selection of lipid sources in specific adult patient populations receiving EN and PN.

Don’t miss the great opportunity to enhance your lipid IQ.

These webinars are a total of about 3.5 hours and are worth 3.5 CPEUs.

This CPEU opportunity has been made possible through an educational grant by Baxter.

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