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This session will describe updated evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines for adult patients with chronic renal disease, developed as a multidisciplinary collaboration of Academy's Evidence Analysis Library and the National Kidney Foundation. A systematic review was conducted to determine the effectiveness of CKD nutrition assessment methods and interventions to guide development of evidence-based practice recommendations for RDNs and other practitioners to provide safe and effective care. Recommendations included individualizing protein intakes, electrolyte intakes, and dietary patterns. An in-depth coverage of nutritional status assessment, micronutrient intakes, and oral nutritional supplement interventions are new to this guideline. This presentation will also discuss the process of collaboration between two prominent organizations, including how these collaborations can guide the future of global clinical practice guidelines development.
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 5340, 5060, 9030
- Evaluate and synthesize the current state of evidence for nutritional status assessment methods and effectiveness of evidence-based nutrition interventions provided by RDNs for patients with chronic kidney disease.
- Implement evidence-based nutrition recommendations into practice for patients with chronic kidney disease.
- Explain the benefits of multidisciplinary collaboration between the National Kidney Foundation and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to produce global evidence-based nutrition guidelines for patients with chronic kidney disease.
- Laura Byham-Gray, PhD, RD, FNKF
- Alp Ikizler, MD
- Alison Steiber, PhD, RDN, LD
Planned with Academy's Evidence Analysis Library