This products is free for those who attended FNCE® 2019.
Nutritional genomics is a rapidly evolving field with the potential to improve precision of nutrition care based on an individual's genotype. When considering if and how this technology should be applied in practice, RDNs require evidence that utilizing this strategy improves nutrition-related outcomes in patients and clients. To date, no systematic reviews have provided guidance for incorporating genetic information into the Nutrition Care Process. This session will describe the current landscape of nutritional genomics in nutrition practice, including potential benefits and harms. Speakers will describe results from a systematic review conducted by the Academy's Evidence Analysis Center examining the effect of using genotype to guide nutrition counseling and care on patient and client outcomes. Finally, speakers will describe nutrition practice scenarios involving nutritional genomics and discuss potential evidence-based approaches to addressing a patient or client's individual needs.
CPE Level: 2 - Intermediate
Learning Need Codes: 2050, 5290, 9020
- 12.3.1 Designs programs and/or interventions based on assessment and evidence-based literature.
- 8.1.2 Applies knowledge of food and nutrition as well as the biological, physical and social sciences in practice.
- 8.3.6 Keeps abreast of current nutrition and dietetics knowledge and trends.
- Describe the current landscape of nutritional genomics in nutrition practice, including potential benefits and harms.
- Detail current available research regarding the effect of using genetic information in nutrition counseling and care on patient or client outcomes.
- Apply evidence-based knowledge of nutritional genomics in different practice situations.
- Ginger Hultin, MS, RDN, CSO
- Amy Ellis, PhD, MPH, RDN, LD
- Ashley Vargas, PhD, MPH, RDN, FAND