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The Nestlé Nutrition Institute offers continuing education for physicians, dietitians/nutritionists and nurses via e-learning courses.

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Nutritional Insights: Selected Highlights From Johns Hopkins Medicine 12th Advances in Pediatric Nutrition

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM

The goal of this enduring continuing medical education (CME) activity is to provide clinicians with a concise overview of and important take-home messages from selected presentations from the Johns Hopkins Medicine 12th Advances in Pediatric Nutrition, held November 7-8, 2016, in Baltimore, Maryland. The live conference, accredited and hosted by Johns Hopkins Medicine, brought together pediatric clinicians to explore current issues relating to pediatric nutrition. 

This enduring e-conference report aims to improve clinicians’ knowledge, competence, and performance related to prevention and management of food allergies in infancy and childhood; concerns in early-life nutrition; gluten-free diets; how to improve young children’s nutrition; management of inborn errors of metabolism; and nutritional challenges in children with autism. 

Original program date: Not available
Expiration date: Aug 31, 2019

Program Description:

This enduring e-conference report aims to improve clinicians’ knowledge, competence, and performance related to prevention and management of food allergies in infancy and childhood; concerns in early-life nutrition; gluten-free diets; how to improve young children’s nutrition; management of inborn errors of metabolism; and nutritional challenges in children with autism. 

Program Objectives:

At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be better able to:

  • Apply evidence-based strategies for optimal management of food allergies in children
  • Promote appropriate childhood eating behaviors for optimal long-term health outcomes
  • Identify appropriate considerations for the use of gluten-free diets
  • Influence nutrition outcomes through education about food labels, school nutrition, and energy drinks marketed to children and adolescents
  • Recall top concerns in the nutritional management of various metabolic disorders
  • Identify and address nutritional needs of children with autism

Presenters

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
Department of Pediatrics
The Johns Hopkins Children’s Nutrition Center