Workshop: Assuring Pediatric Nutrition in the Hospital and Community

  • Event
  • Wednesday, June 22, 2011 - Friday, June 24, 2011
UW School of Nursing & UW Center on Human Development and Disability
Seattle, WA

This intensive training program prepares registered dietitians to screen children for nutritional problems, assess specific nutritional needs, and develop interventions for children with nutritional problems and special health care needs. Speakers emphasize decision-making processes and the use of evidence-based practice. Teaching methods include lecture, interactive discussions, demonstration, and case-based learning. Upon completion of the course, participants will be automatically subscribed to the closed listserv, Pediatric Nutrition Consultation On-Line, which provides ongoing pediatric nutrition consultation and resources. Preregistration is required and enrollment is limited to facilitate interactive, small group learning experiences and to promote the development of clinical competencies. Participants are invited to submit case studies
prior to the program on feeding problems in infants and children. Please email case studies to Beth Ogata at
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Washington State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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