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2024 Nutrition Informatics DPG Virtual Symposium

Explore the future of nutrition and technology at the Nutrition Informatics DPG Virtual Symposium. Engage with six presentations on AI, Diabetes Technology, EMR reporting, Menu Selection software, and career insights from dietitians in informatics. Don't miss this cutting-edge event!

Member Price $120.00

Nonmember Price $120.00

DPG/MIG Price $60.00

Details

Date: April 9 and April 16
Time: 1 - 4 p.m. (Central time)

  • NI DPG Member Price: $60
  • NI DPG Student/Retired Member: $40

Join us at the Nutrition Informatics DPG Virtual Symposium on April 9th and 16th, 2024 for a dynamic exploration of cutting-edge topics shaping the future of nutrition and technology. Immerse yourself in six insightful presentations, covering AI's impact on nutrition, the latest in Diabetes Technology, Electronic Mobile Intake Tools, leveraging EMR reporting to convey your quality story, the role of Menu Selection software, and strategies for securing a seat at the table in this evolving field. Cap off the event with a career panel discussion featuring accomplished dietitians sharing their experiences in the burgeoning field of informatics. Don't miss this opportunity to stay at the forefront of innovation and network with experts driving change in nutrition informatics. Secure your virtual seat today!

CPE Level: 2
CPEU: 6 (pending)

Performance Indicators:

  • A.I. Unleashed: Shaping Dietetics in the Digital Age: 1.3.1, 4.1.1, 7.1.3, 9.4.6, 11.4.1
  • The Promise of Diabetes Technology: Patient, Provider, Practice, and Payor Perspectives: 5.2.1, 5.2.5, 5.2.7
  • The Impact of an Electronic Mobile Intake Tool on Nutrition Care in Healthcare Settings: 5.1.10, 5.2.1, 5.2.5
  • Navigating EHR Data Extraction for Quality Improvement: 5.1.1, 14.1.1, 14.1.8
  • Getting a Seat at the Table: Partnering with IT to Accomplish Food & Nutrition Software Initiatives: 5.1.3, 5.2.2, 14.3.1
  • RDNs in Tech: Nutrition Informatics Career Panel: 1.1.2, 1.1.4, 5.1.3

Learning Objectives

  • A.I. Unleashed: Shaping Dietetics in the Digital Age
    • Strategize AI tool integration in order to improve practice productivity and client satisfaction.
    • Consider AI-enhanced teaching strategies & methods in order to engage targeted audiences, develop meaningful content, and prepare upcoming & current dietitians for an AI-driven profession.
    • Discuss ethical implications of AI in context of dietetics practice in order to develop guidelines for responsible AI integration and use.
  • The Promise of Diabetes Technology: Patient, Provider, Practice, and Payor Perspectives
    • Apply the ICC Framework to optimize integration of diabetes technology in clinical practice
    • Implement tools to assess patient readiness to utilize diabetes technology successfully
    • Modify treatment plans based on uploaded patient data
  • The Impact of an Electronic Mobile Intake Tool on Nutrition Care in Healthcare Settings
    • Be familiar with an electronic mobile intake tool for collecting, analyzing and reporting on patient/resident dietary intake.
    • Understand the benefits of an electronic mobile intake tool over traditional methods for collecting, analyzing and reporting on patient/resident dietary intake.
    • Be aware of how the electronic mobile intake tool is being utilized in healthcare environments and the benefits achieved.
  • Navigating EHR Data Extraction for Quality Improvement
    • Understand practical applications of EHR data extraction, from unraveling the basics to spotlighting success stories
    • Eliminate manual productivity and maximize dietitian FTEs
    • Apply EHR data to meaningful Quality Improvement projects and create compelling QI poster presentations
  • Getting a Seat at the Table: Partnering with IT to Accomplish Food & Nutrition Software Initiatives
    • Understand the potential impact of RDs in managing IT projects and influencing decision-making for nutrition software products.
    • Outline steps for effective collaboration and partnership with IT teams.
    • Set realistic goals and expectations for successful IT projects in the food & nutrition domain.
  • RDNs in Tech: Nutrition Informatics Career Panel
    • Describe 3 ways in which the nutrition professional uses informatics on a daily basis.
    • Understand how the dietitian skill set is applicable and a valued asset in IT related positions.
    • State 3 benefits of working in an IT position versus a traditional role in nutrition.

Speakers

Drew Hemler, MSc, RD, CDN, FAND
Linda Lockett-Brown, ABD, M.Ag., RDN, LDN, CLC
Kirsty Maunder, PhD, AdvAPD, FAIDH, CHIA
Sarah Gallo, MS, RD, LD
Sue Evanchak, RDN, LDN
Doug Bom, RD
Erica Stevens, RDN
Cathy Breithoff, MHA, RDN, LDN
Jennifer Gallagher, MPPA, RD, LDN

Release Date: April 9, 2024

SKU LONIDPGVS0424

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