Student Pricing: $10.00
This event was presented live on February 24, 2022. The CPE associated with this activity expires on 2/24/2025.
Are you looking to improve your nutrition support skills? This webinar can help you take a step beyond the basics and enhance your decision-making workflows for both enteral and parenteral nutrition. Led by experts in the field, this webinar focuses on nutrition support access and patient physiological function, using enteral and parenteral case studies to showcase critical decision-making workflows. You'll learn about the decision-making guidelines for selecting the appropriate access method—enteral, peripheral parenteral, or central parenteral nutrition—as well as the primary access sites for enteral and parenteral nutrition support. The webinar also covers how to calculate macronutrient provision, providing practical skills for your work with patients. Don't miss this opportunity to strengthen your nutrition support skills and improve outcomes for your patients.
Planned in coordination with the Dietitians in Nutrition Support DPG
- 10.1.2 Conducts nutrition screening to identify client/patient risks and levels of criticality, and to direct services
- 8.1.4 Integrates knowledge of macro- and micronutrients for digestion, absorption and metabolism throughout the lifespan in practice
- 10.2.13 Analyzes diagnostic test results (e.g., fluoroscopy, swallowing evaluation, enteral feeding tube placement) to inform nutrition diagnoses
- Explain the decision-making guidelines for selection of enteral, peripheral parenteral, or central parenteral nutrition access
- Describe the primary access sites for enteral and parenteral nutrition support
- Complete enteral and parenteral nutrition provision calculations for macronutrients
Lauren Chan, MS, RD
Lauren is a registered dietitian who has been working with the Dietitians in Nutrition Support for over three years to build an educational YouTube channel about nutrition support topics. This channel has ranged in topics from enteral nutrition calculations to electrolyte management and garnered thousands of views. Currently, Lauren works as a Graduate Fellow at Oregon State University, while she is pursuing her doctorate in nutrition. Her research is focused on computational assessment of dietary surveys to assess nutrition implications in female reproductive disorders. Prior to this, Lauren received her Bachelors of Science at Oregon State University in Nutrition and then completed her Masters of Science and Dietetic Internship at Illinois State University in 2018.