Save the Date – “Nutrition in the NICU: Human Milk Diet Provides Better Tolerance, Growth & Cost Effectiveness”

November 5 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

HealthTrust & Prolacta present…”Nutrition in the NICU: Human Milk Diet Provides Better Tolerance, Growth & Cost Effectiveness” Many clinicians are familiar with using cow’s milk-based products in very low birthweight (VLBW) infants as fortification. They are not as familiar with alternatives to these products, nor do they understand the potential patient benefits in avoiding this […]

“Influence of Environment & Experience on Brain Development & Outcome in the Preterm Infant” – CE expires 2/12/2018

The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences with an education grant by Mead Johnson Nutrition present…“Influence of Environment and Experience on Brain Development and Outcome in the Preterm Infant” An overview of factors that may alter brain development in the preterm infant. In addition to severe brain injury, increasing evidence indicates that a preterm infant’s experience […]

“Unplanned Extubation in the NICU: Preventing the Risk”

Philips Healthcare presents… “Unplanned Extubation in the NICU: Preventing the Risk” Unplanned extubation is an unanticipated removal of an endotracheal tube that potentially places a patient at risk for short- or long-term complications. In neonates, spontaneous movement, tube dislodgement during procedures, uncuffed endotracheal tubes, positioning, and suctioning, increase the threat of unplanned extubation in this […]

“Culprits Behind VRE Outbreak in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit”

Medscape presents… “Culprits Behind VRE Outbreak in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit” Please note CE credit for this event has expired.  This article is intended for primary care clinicians, neonatologists, infectious disease specialists, and other specialists who care for patients at risk for vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium infections. The goal of this activity is to provide […]

“Multidrug-resistant Strain Main Culprit of Bacteremia in NICU”

Medscape presents… “Multidrug-resistant Strain Main Culprit of Bacteremia in NICU” Please note CE credit for this event has expired.  This article is intended for primary care clinicians, neonatologists, intensivists, infectious disease specialists, and other specialists who care for neonates with bacterial infections. The goal of this activity is to provide medical news to primary care […]

“Protein: Requirements and Measuring Its Impact in the NICU”

Annenberg Center for Health Sciences presents… “Protein: Requirements and Measuring Its Impact in the NICU” Content areas: Protein recommendations to support optimal outcomes Nutritional intake, growth, and neurodevelopment High-risk infants identified through growth curves Presenter: Irene Olsen, PhD, RD, LDN, Research Consultant, Visiting Research Faculty at Drexel University, Department of Nutrition Sciences in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania […]

“Unplanned Extubation in the NICU: Preventing the Risk”

Philips Healthcare presents…a program in the Better Outcomes webinar series “Unplanned Extubation in the NICU: Preventing the Risk” Unplanned extubation is an unanticipated removal of an endotracheal tube that potentially places a patient at risk for short- or long-term complications. In neonates, spontaneous movement, tube dislodgement during procedures, uncuffed endotracheal tubes, positioning, and suctioning, increase […]

Abbott Nutrition Health Institute Offers Nursing CE Courses

ONGOING PROGRAMS: The Abbott Nutrition Health Institute offers a number of on-demand, nursing CE-eligible courses in a variety of areas, including Obstetrics, Neonatal, NICU, Pediatric and Adult Nutrition and Professional Development, through both facilitated group educational programs and self-study

Abbott Nutrition Health Institute Offers CE Courses for Dietitians

ONGOING PROGRAMS: The Abbott Nutrition Health Institute offers a number of on-demand CE-eligible courses for Dietitians, in the areas of Neonatal/Pediatric and Adult Nutrition, the NICU and Professional Development.