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ASPEN 2020 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference Education Session Proposal Submissions

Wednesday, April 10 12:28 PM - Tuesday, May 7 11:59 PM
Online
 
Doreen Cooke
 
doreenc@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209144
 
ASPEN
 


ASPEN 2020 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference Education Session Proposal Submissions

Education session proposals are now being accepted for the ASPEN 2020 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference (ASPEN20) which will take place March 28 - 31, 2020 at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida.

ASPEN gladly welcomes program proposals on all topics in nutrition support. Program developers should submit proposals that contain a thorough review of the scientific literature followed by applications to clinical practice as evidenced by the literature.


Topics of Interest to the ASPEN20 Conference Program Committee:

The ASPEN20 Conference Program Committee invites you to submit proposals for preconference courses, education sessions, and roundtables for the ASPEN 2020 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference. The following list has been compiled to provide some insight into topics for ASPEN20; however, the committee welcomes proposals on all topic areas.

  • Critical Care, recent trials
  • Implementation of nutrition care – screening, assessment, use of supplements, best care practices, PN initiated in the home, etc.
  • Monitoring techniques in critical, acute and home care (CIJ – we don’t have consensus!)
  • Indirect calorimetry
  • Body composition assessment updates
    - Assessment of patients in long-term care and home care environments
  • Disease/condition specific nutrition care and targeted nutrition therapy
    - Oncology
    - Obesity
    - Metabolic Syndrome
    - Dysmotility (i.e. pseudo-obstruction, gastroparesis, EDS, etc.)
    - Geriatrics and aging
    - Hospice
    - Alzheimer’s disease and other mental illness
  • Nutrition care in geriatrics and aging
  • Lipids
    - Experiences in the US
    - Across the age spectrum
  • Medical marijuana in the malnourished patient
    - Comparison to other therapies
    - Specific to nutrition support issues
  • Exercise and nutrition therapy
  • Ethics
  • Intestinal failure
  • Bariatric surgery – post surgery complications
  • Pancreatic enzyme uses in various diseases/conditions
  • Dysphagia
  • Competency and knowledge in nutrition support
  • Telehealth – rules, licensure, monitoring, etc.
  • Diet therapies (evidence-based)
    - What is an SBS diet, diet for Celiac, IBS, etc.
    - Other
  • Circadian rhythm and metabolic changes
  • Gut microbiome
  • Cardiac issues in pediatrics
  • Nutrient/microbiome testing – facts and myths
  • Fistulas
  • Nutrition related pharmacotherapy
  • Micronutrients
    - Iron
  • Clinical application of metabolomics research
  • Hyperemesis gravidarium and nutrition support and hydration
  • Nutrition support in the home setting
    - Initiating and monitoring your first PN patient at home.

Tips for Designing Your Education Session:

  • Design sessions to flow from basic science to translational to bedside implementation of the recommendations including cases and case-based recommendations.
  • Integrate published standards and guidelines into the content to ensure consistent messages are given to clinicians.
  • Include both domestic and international faculty, experts from a variety of facilities, and content targeting both adult and pediatric populations.
  • Integrate active learning for improved learning outcomes. Include methods that increase interactivity, such as case presentations and demonstrations. Any opportunity for hands-on learning is desired.
  • Connect research presented in the session to current professional practice
  • Explain how information presented during the session impacts patient outcomes.

What You Will Need to Submit A Proposal

Please note, this is for submission of EDUCATION PROPOSALS only. Abstract submissions will open in summer 2019.

SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL NOW
Submission site closes May 7, 2019 at 11:59 pm ET


PLEASE NOTE:

  • Submitting a session proposal for the ASPEN Nutrition Science & Practice Conference does not imply acceptance to present. Proposal acceptance is not guaranteed.
  • Accepted proposals are subject to modification by the Conference Program Committee.
  • ASPEN does not provide funding for travel expenses to the conference.
  • Presenters may be eligible for an honorarium or discounted conference registration. Any available remuneration will be communicated once a proposal is accepted and speaker details are sent.

Rhoads Research Foundation - Now Accepting Grant Applications!

Thursday, April 18 7:30 AM - Monday, June 10 11:59 PM
Online
 
Sara Fleming
 
saraf@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209152
 
ASPEN
 

The ASPEN Rhoads Research Foundation is proud to announce its 2020 grant application cycle.

Grant submission deadline: June 10, 2019


Through its annual grants program, the Foundation funds exceptional scientific research projects submitted by early-career investigators of clinical nutrition and metabolic support in alignment with the priorities outlined in the ASPEN Research Agenda

The Foundation is offering grants in the amount of: 

  • $10,000 (annually); renewals unavailable
  • $25,000 (annually); may be renewed for a second year, assuming satisfactory progress

The Foundation is grateful to its supporters which provide funding for the 2020 grants:

*The Maurice Shils, Norman Yoshimura, C. Richard Flemin, and Daniel H. Teitelbaum Grants are named after individuals who dedicated many years of service to ASPEN and who made significant contributions to the field of nutrition support. 

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Series: Fluids and Sodium Disorders

Wednesday, May 1 4:00 PM - Wednesday, May 1 5:30 PM
Online
 
Salewa Akintilo
 
salewaa@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209133
 
ASPEN
 

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Series 
Part 1: Fluids and Sodium Disorders


Description
Nutrition support clinicians perform a critical role in the identification and management of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base abnormalities in patients requiring specialized nutrition support. A comprehensive understanding of these disorders is critical for optimizing management of enteral and/or parenteral nutrition, as well as intravenous fluids. This four-part webinar series is intended for dietitians, nurses, pharmacists, physicians, or allied health professionals desiring to learn a systematic approach to fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders. The overall objective of this series is to provide clinicians with the knowledge to accurately assess adult, pediatric, or neonatal patients given varying patient case scenarios. In this first webinar, the clinician will be introduced to the nutritional based management of fluid and sodium disorders. 

Learning Objectives
1. Describe disorders of fluid and sodium homeostasis for various patient populations. 
2. Differentiate between types of hyponatremia and hypernatremia in patients receiving nutrition support
3. Develop therapeutic plans for treating hyponatremia and hypernatremia in patients receiving nutrition support

Faculty and Topics
Anne Tucker, PharmD, BCNSP, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Critical Care/Nutrition Support Division of Pharmacy, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

Amit Lahoti, MD, Associate Professor, Section of Nephrology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

Moderator
Sarah Vest Cogle, PharmD, BCCCP, Assistant Clinical Professor, Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy; Clinical Pharmacist, Critical Care/Nutrition Support, East Alabama Medical Center, Auburn, AL


CE Credit: 1.5
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-082-L04-P

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base 4-Part Series

Wednesday, May 1 4:30 PM - Thursday, May 23 5:30 PM
Online
 
Salewa Akintilo
 
salewaa@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209133
 
ASPEN
 

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base 4-Part Series


Description

Nutrition support clinicians perform a critical role in the identification and management of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base abnormalities in the patients requiring specialized nutrition support. A comprehensive understanding of these disorders is critical for optimizing management of enteral and/or parenteral nutrition, as well as intravenous fluids. This four-part webinar series is intended for dietitians, nurses, pharmacists, physicians, or allied health professionals desiring to learn a systematic approach to fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders. The overall objective of this series is to provide clinicians with the knowledge to accurately assess adult, pediatric, or neonatal patients given varying patient case scenarios. 


Part 1: Fluids and Sodium Disorders
May 1, 2019 | 4:00 - 5:30 PM ET


Description
In this first webinar, the clinician will be introduced to the nutritional based management of fluid and sodium disorders.

Learning Objectives
1. Describe disorders of fluid and sodium homeostasis for various patient populations.
2. Differentiate between types of hyponatremia and hypernatremia in patients receiving nutrition support.
3. Develop therapeutic plans for treating hyponatremia and hypernatremia in patients receiving nutrition support. 

Faculty
Anne Tucker, PharmD, BCNSP, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Critical Care/Nutrition Support Division of Pharmacy, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

Amit Lahoti, MD, Associate Professor, Section of Nephrology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

Moderator
Sarah Vest Cogle, PharmD, BCCCP, Assistant Clinical Professory, Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy; Clinical Pharmacist, Critical Care/Nutrition Support, East Alabama Medical Center, Auburn, AL


CE Credit: 1.5 hours
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-082-L04-P

Part 2: Acid-Base in Nutrition Support: From Science to Practical Application
May 8, 2019 | 3:00 - 4:30 PM ET


Description
In this session, we will focus on acid-base abnormalities in adult nutrition support patients.

Learning Objectives
1. Discuss the homeostatic mechanisms responsible for normal acid-base balance.
2. Describe metabolic and respiratory acid-base disorders and differentiate the common etiologies of acid-base abnormalities in adult patients receiving specialized nutrition support.
3. Formulate a treatment plan for the management of acidemia and alkalemia given an adult patient nutrition support scenario.

Faculty and Topics 
Basic Principles of Acid-Base and Systematic Approach to Clinical Management

Angela Bingham, PharmD, BCPS, BCNSP, BCCCP, Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, PGY2 Critical Care Residency Program Director, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA

Mandy Corrigan, MPH, RD, LD, CNSC, FAND, Manager, Home Nutrition Support Team & Center for Gut Rehabilitation, Cleveland Clinic, Glencoe, IL

Moderator
Todd Canada, PharmD, BCNSP, BCCCP, FASHP, FTSHP, Nutrition Support Team Coordinator, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Division of Pharmacy, Houston, TX

CE Credit: 1.5 hours
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-083-L04-P


Part 3: Intracellular Electrolytes
May 14, 2019 | 3:00 - 4:30 PM ET

Description
In this session, the learner will be introduced to the nutritional based management of calcium and the predominantly intracellular electrolytes (i.e., magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus).

Learning Objectives
1. Evaluate electrolyte disturbances involving calcium, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus for various patient populations. 
2. Identify treatment strategies to manage electrolyte disturbances involving calcium, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus for various patient populations.
3. Create a nutritional management plan for a patient at risk for refeeding syndrome.

Faculty and Topics
Potassium and Magnesium: It's All in the Cells

Jessica Monczka, RD, CNSC, Nutrition Support Dietitian, Option Care Home Infusion - Denver, Denver, CO

Calcium and Phosphorus: Oh No! My Bones!
Mary Petrea Cober, PharmD, BCNSP, BCPPS, Clinical Coordinator - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pharmacy, Akron Children's Hospital/Associate Professor - Pharmacy Practice, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Akron, OH

Moderator
Mary Petrea Cober, PharmD, BCNSP, BCPPS

CE Credit: 1.5 hours
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-084-L04-P


Part 4: Complex Case Management
May 23, 2019 | 4:00 - 5:30 PM ET

Description
In this final session, we will focus on complex case management of nutrition support patients with short bowel syndrome, refeeding syndrome, and drug-induced electrolyte abnormalities.

Learning Objectives
1. Devise a strategy to meet the fluid and electrolyte needs of a short bowel syndrome patient based upon their gastrointestinal losses.
2. Manage the most common drug-induced electrolyte disorders in patients receiving specialized nutrition support.
3. Formulate a treatment plan in a patient at risk for refeeding during the first week of specialized nutrition support. 

Faculty
Diana Wells Mulherin, PharmD, BCPS, BCNSP, Nutrition Support Pharmacy Specialist, Vanderbilt Center for Human Nutrition, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

Carol Rollins, PharmD, MS, RD, BCNSP, FASHP, FASPEN, Clinical Professor, University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Tucson, AZ

Moderator
Todd Canada, PharmD, BCNSP, BCCCP, FASHP, FTSHP, Nutrition Support Team Coordinator, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Division of Pharmacy, Houston, TX

CE Credit: 1.5 hours
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-085-L04-P

North Texas Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (NTSPEN) Presents: Current Controversies in Critical Care

Thursday, May 2 5:00 PM - Thursday, May 2 9:00 PM
Maggiano's Little Italy, 205 N Park Center, Dallas TX 75225
 
North Texas ASPEN
 
NTSPEN@gmail.com
 
2148203150
 
North Texas Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
 

North Texas Chapter Spring Meeting

Please join NTSPEN for an evening of networking, learning, and collaboration in a fun and relaxing environment! 

Enjoy cocktails, dinner, and dessert, time visiting and learning from local sponsoring partners, and an exciting CE offering just for $65! 


Program includes: 

Current Controversies in Critical Care
Dr. Daren Heyland, MD, FRCPC, MSc

Nutrition Therapy for Wounds
Jeff Nelson, PhD, Senior Research Scientist with Abbott Nutrition

Mixed Bag of Best Practices: Local Clinicians Share the How To
presented by local practicing RDNs: Maryam Yeganehjoo, MCN, RD, LD; Cheryl Lair, RDN, LD, CSP, CNSC; Elen Petrosyan MHA, RD, LS, CNSC; Jennifer Oleson, RD, LD, CNSC


Learning Objectives

  • Utilize immunonutrition in the colorectal patient
  • Reduce hypophosphatemia in the pre-term infant
  • Implement an outpatient oncology malnutrition screening tool
  • Eliminate the need for x-ray confirmation of bedside small bowel feeding tube placements 

CE Credit: 3 hours for RDNs

New York - Long Island Chapter Spring Meeting

Tuesday, May 7 6:30 PM - Tuesday, May 7 7:30 PM
Nassau University Medical Center, 2201 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow, NY 11554
 
Lisa Musillo
 
lmusillo@numc.edu
 
5166512142
 
NY/LISPEN
 

NY/LISPEN 2019 SPRING DINNER MEETING

The New York State/Long Island Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition presents: 

Addressing Gastrointestinal and Nutritional Aspects of Pancreatitis 
Anupama Chawla MD
Director, Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition
Director, Stony Brook Children's Celiac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity Center
Chair Nutrition Committee
Professor of Pediatrics Stony Brook Children's Hospital 


Learning Objectives
1. Be able to identify and distinguish between acute and chronic pancreatitis, and pancreatic insufficiency
2. Understand appropriate modes of nutrition support with different pancreatic diagnoses 


CE Hours for Dietitians: 3 hours
CE Hours for Pharmacists: 2 hours


TICKETS
Non-NY/LISPEN Members - $40
Current NY/LISPEN Members - $25
Students (need to show ID) - $20

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Series: Acid-Base in Nutrition Support: From Science to Practical Application

Wednesday, May 8 3:00 PM - Wednesday, May 8 4:30 PM
Online
 
Salewa Akintilo
 
salewaa@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209133
 
ASPEN
 

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Series
Part 2: 
Acid-Base in Nutrition Support: From Science to Practical Application 

Description
In this session, we will focus on acid-base abnormalities in adult nutrition support patients. 

Learning Objectives
1. Discuss the homeostatic mechanisms responsible for normal acid-base balance.
2. Describe metabolic and respiratory acid-base disorders and differentiate the common etiologies of acid-base abnormalities in adult patients receiving specialized nutrition support.
3. Formulate a treatment plan for the management of acidemia and alkalemia given an adult patient nutrition support scenario.

Faculty and Topics
Basic Principles of Acid-Base and Systematic Approach to Clinical Management

Angela Bingham, PharmD, BCPS, BCNSP, BCCCP, Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, PGY2 Critical Care Residency Program Director, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA

Mandy Corrigan, MPH, RD, LD, CNSC, FAND, Manager, Home Nutrition Support Team & Center for Gut Rehabilitation, Cleveland Clinic, Glencoe, IL

Moderator
Todd Canada, Pharmd, BCNSP, BCCCP, FASHP, FTSHP, Nutrition Support Team Coordinator, University of Texas Anderson Cancer Center, Division of Pharmacy, Houston, TX

CE Credit: 1.5 Hours
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-083-L04-P



Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Series: Intracellular Electrolytes

Tuesday, May 14 3:00 PM - Tuesday, May 14 4:30 PM
Online
 
Salewa Akintilo
 
salewaa@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209133
 
ASPEN
 

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Series
Part 3: Intracellular Electrolytes 


Description
In this third session, the learner will be introduced to the nutritional based management of calcium and the predominantly intracellular electrolytes (i.e., magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus).

Learning Objectives
1. Recognize electrolyte disturbances involving calcium, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus for various patient populations.
2. Identify treatment strategies to manage electrolyte disturbances involving calcium, potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus for various patient populations. 
3. Create a nutritional management plan for a patient at risk for refeeding syndrome

Faculty & Topics
Potassium and Magnesium: It's All in the Cells

Jessica Monczka, RD, CNSC
Nutrition Support Dietitian, Option Care Home Infusion - Denver, Englewood, CO

Calcium and Phosphorus: Oh No! My Bones!
Mary Petrea Cober, PharmD, BCNSP, BCPPS
Clinical Coordinator- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pharmacy, Akron Children's Hospital/Associate Professor - Pharmacy Practice, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Akron, OH

Moderator
Mary Petrea Cober, PharmD, BCNSP, BCPPS
Clinical Coordinator- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pharmacy, Akron Children's Hospital/Associate Professor - Pharmacy Practice, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Akron, OH

CE Credit: 1.5 hours
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-084-L04-P

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Series: Complex Case Management

Thursday, May 23 4:00 PM - Thursday, May 23 5:30 PM
Online
 
Salewa Akintilo
 
salewaa@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209133
 
ASPEN
 

Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Series
Part 4: Complex Case Management


Description
In this final session, we will focus on complex case management of nutrition support patients with short bowel syndrome, refeeding syndrome, and drug-induced electrolyte abnormalities. 

Learning Objectives
1. Devise a strategy to meet the fluid and electrolyte needs of a short bowel syndrome patient based upon their gastrointestinal losses.
2. Manage the most common drug-induced electrolyte disorders in patients receiving specialized nutrition support.
3. Formulate a treatment plan in a patient at risk for refeeding during the first week of specialized nutrition support. 

Faculty & Topics
Diana Wells Mulherin, PharmD, BCPS, BCNSP, Nutrition Support Pharmacy Specialist, Vanderbilt Center for Human Nutrition, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

Carol Rollins, PharmD, MS, RD, BCNSP, FASHP, FASPEN, Clinical Professor, University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, Tucson, AZ

Moderator
Todd Canada, PharmD, BCNSP, BCCCP, FASHP, FTSHP, Nutrition Support Team Coordinator, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Division of Pharmacy, Houston, TX

CE Credit: 1.5 
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-085-L04-P

Kentucky Chapter Meeting

Friday, May 31 7:30 AM - Friday, May 31 3:30 PM
Jewish Hospital Rudd Heart & Lung Conference Center, 200 Abraham Flexner Way, Louisville, KY 40202
 
Carolyn Woods
 
kyspen.ky@gmail.com
 
3019209146
 
KYSPEN
 

Kentucky Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (KYSPEN) Spring Meeting


Clinical Nutrition 2019
#BestNutritionInfoEver

Program Topics

Presidential Welcome
Ryan Hurt, MD, PhD
Mayo Clinic

Micronutrient Deficiencies: A Historical Perspective
Ryan Hurt, MD, PhD
Mayo Clinic

Late Breaking Research: Hypocaloric High Protein Feeding in Critically Ill Patients - Observations from the Geisinger Retrospective Study
Maureen Huhmann, RD, DCN
Rutgers Human Sciences; Nestle Health Science Global R&D

Mitochondrial Failure in Critical Illness: Implications for Nutritional Therapy
Stephen McClave, MD
University of Louisville

Weight Loss Management: Should We Aspire to New Techniques?
Tom Frazier, MD
Three Rivers Medical Center

Contemporary Nutritional Aspects of Wellness Promotion
Martin Huecker, MD
University of Louisville

Keynote Address: Malnutrition and Pneumonia: A Global Perspective
George Fuchs III, MD
University of Kentucky Medical Center

Nutritional Management Across the Oncology Care Spectrum
Jaclyn Moore, RD
Norton Hospital

Nutrition Protocols in Patient Care
Beth Taylor, DCN, RD-AP
Barnes-Jewish Hospital 

Enteral Access in Acute Care
Jan Powers, PhD, RN, CCNS
Indiana University

Practical and Personal Perspectives of the Ketogenic Diet
Glen Franklin, MD
University of Louisville

Gut-Brain-Liver Axis
Craig McClain, MD
University of Louisville

CE Hours: 7 hours for RDs 

KYSPEN MembersNon-Members
Post-marked by 5/17
$40.00
Post-marked by 5/17
$80.00
Post-marked after 5/17
$50.00
Post-marked after 5/17
$95.00

Getting it Right: How a Comprehensive ERAS with Nutrition Intervention Rapidly Reduced Colon Surgical Site Infections

Tuesday, June 4 12:00 PM - Tuesday, June 4 1:00 PM
Webinars from Other Organizations

Webinar
 
Hamchan Agit
 
AbbottNutrition@curryrockefellergroup.com
 
866-719-9153
 
Abbott Nutrition
 

Getting it Right: How a Comprehensive ERAS with Nutrition Intervention Rapidly Reduced Colon Surgical Site Infections

Please join our faculty as they review their experience with surgical nutrition. 

  • What are the components of a successful colon ERAS protocol?
  • How to build your colon ERAS team
  • What are reliable outcomes measurements?
  • Review the use of preoperative carbohydrate loading beverages up to two hours preoperatively
  • Examine the use of immunonutrition supplements pre- and post-op
  • Strategies to improve patient compliance with nutrition interventions

Distinguished Faculty

William M. Thompson, Jr, MD, FACS
Associate Professor of Surgery
Associate Chair, Clinical Education
Department of Surgery
Mercer University School of Medicine
Medical Center Navicent Health,
Macon, Georgia

Millie Smith, MS, RD, LD, CNSC
Systems Clinical Nutrition Manager
Navicent Health
Macon, Georgia

The Management of Macronutrients for Pediatric and Neonatal Patients

Thursday, July 25 2:00 PM - Thursday, July 25 3:30 PM
Online
 
Salewa Akintilo
 
salewaa@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209133
 
ASPEN
 

The Management of Macronutrients for Pediatric and Neonatal Patients

Description
In times when parenteral nutrition (PN) is needed to meet nutritional requirements, expertise on management of macronutrients is imperative to maximize nutrition provisions in the most fragile pediatric or neonatal patients. The goal of this webinar is to empower the clinician to effectively manage glucose, amino acid, and lipid infusions to meet nutritional demands and provide guidance for clinical situations where macronutrients needs fine tuning. 

Learning Objectives
1. Describe normal nutritional needs for age specific pediatric/neonatal groups
2. List normal macronutrient requirements for age specific pediatric/neonatal groups
3. Develop the skills to fine tune macronutrients to maximize nutrition while responding to common complications

Faculty & Topics
The Management of Parenteral Macronutrients for Pediatric Patients

Sharon Y Irving, PhD, CRNP, FCCM, FAAN
Assistant Professor, Pediatric Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, Claire M Fagin Hall, Philadelphia, PA

The Management of Parenteral Macronutrients for Neonatal Patients
Amy B. Hair, MD
Assistant Professor, Program Director of Neonatal Nutrition, Program Director of NICU Intestinal Rehab Team, Section of Neonatology, Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, TX

Moderator
Traci Fauerbach, MS, RD, CNSC, Advanced Practice Clinical Dietitian, Intensive Care Nursery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

CE Credit: 1.5 hours
Level: Intermediate
UAN: JA0002345-0000-19-086-L04-P

2019 James W. Freston Conference: Food at the Intersection of Gut Health and Disease

Friday, August 9 8:00 AM - Saturday, August 10 1:00 PM
Palmer House, Chicago IL
 
Jess Diehl
 
American Gastroenterological Association
 
3016542055
 
American Gastroenterological Association
 


2019 James W. Freston Conference: Food at the Intersection of Gut Health and Disease

This conference will host a session on Celiac disease and other wheat-related disorders where a panel of experts will review glutens, new methodologies for treating Celiac, and how to incorporate dietitians into clinical practices.

2019 Freston is bringing together a multidisciplinary audience of clinicians and allied health professionals interested in using diet and nutrition to help manage GI health and disease. Additional conference sessions will examine: 

  • Diets that promote sound gut health care.
  • How nutrient-gene interactions may alter gastrointestinal conditions.
  • How to recognize and differentiate food-induced GI disorders.
  • How nutrition can help patients with IBS, FGIDs, and IBD.
  • Manage nutritional challenges for patients with surgically altered digestive tracts. 

Pricing Information

Early Bird
June 5
Standard 
July 31
On-Site
Aug. 9 & 10
AGA Member - $400
AGA Member - $450

AGA Member - $550

Non-Member - $530Non-Member - $580Non-Member - $680
AGA Trainee/Student Member - $80AGA Trainee/Student Member - $130AGA Trainee/Student Member - $180

NY/LISPEN ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE


Holiday Inn, 215 Sunnyside Blvd, Plainview, NY 11803
 
Carolyn Woods
 
carolynw@nutritioncare.org
 
3019209146
 
NY/LISPEN
 

The New York State/Long Island Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Annual Fall Conference


SAVE THE DATE

ASPEN 2020 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference

Saturday, March 28 4:00 PM - Tuesday, March 31 4:00 PM
Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida
 
ASPEN Staff
 
aspen@nutritioncare.org
 
3015876315
 
ASPEN
 

ASPEN 2020 Nutrition Science & Practice Conference (ASPEN20)

The ASPEN Nutrition Science & Practice Conference is the annual conference of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN). The conference is designed to showcase the collective expertise of the practitioners and researchers who gather each year to share knowledge and advance the field of clinical nutrition.

The conference features a comprehensive scientific and educational program focusing on the latest research, clinical practice, and technological advances in clinical nutrition. Join attendees including physicians, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, researchers, educators, and others involved in nutrition support therapy at this landmark conference.