Anna Busenburg RD, LD, CSP, CLC

Pediatric Registered Dietician, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, OH

Anna Busenburg, RD, CSP, LD, CLC has been working as a neonatal dietitian since 2011. She completed her ungraduated degree and internship through Purdue University in Indiana. She has been employed at three different hospital institutions over the last 11 years. She has had opportunities to help implement the use of donor breastmilk in a Level III NICU, integral to launching the use of an infant feeding scanning system at a Level IV NICU and lead multiple hospital committees. She most recently moved to her current position at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) working in both inpatient/outpatient care with neonatal patients. Anna has been passionate about helping to provide education on infant feedings for other practitioners/providers as well as families going home. This time period during infancy is such a unique time in life when a child eats one thing for up to 12 months. Knowing what formula options are available, how to safely prepare those feedings and how to calculate recipes are all value skills providers need to have to care for this age population. In addition, Anna is an American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition member and involved with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.


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