Center for Professional Development:
Does Your EHR Speak NCP? Overcoming Challenges in Incorporating Standardized Language in the Electronic Health Record
Thursday, April 26 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Central
Let two experts in health care informatics outline the steps for incorporating the Standardized Language that describes the Nutrition Care Process into the electronic health record. They will provide an online demonstration of the Academy’s EHR toolkit and discuss benefits and challenges of implementation using their real-world examples from their work building software in both long term care and acute care environments. This Webinar will emphasize audience interactivity to allow your “burning” questions.www.eatright.org/cpd/electronichealthrecord
SPECIAL PRICING FOR SINGLE REGISTRANTS!
The following May webinars are being offered for $79 for single registrants! That’s $30 off the group price! To reserve your “seat” call KRM Customer Service at 800-775-7654. This offer is not available online.
Critical Illness Update: Using the Latest Science in Nutrition Support Therapy for Critically Ill Patients
Wednesday, May 9 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Central
This event is being postponed from March 21 in order to bring you the latest guideline updates.
Strengthen your knowledge of the science underlying the latest nutrition practices in critical care. Learn about crucial updates to the Critical Illness Evidence Analysis Library with examples of scientific evidence and application. Hear arguments for and against the use of immune-modulating formulas and in which patient populations they may be useful. Learn the pros and cons of critical care nutrition controversies through presentation of relevant caseexamples.www.eatright.org/pd/criticalillness
From Theory to Practice: Optimizing Recognition and Documentation of Adult Malnutrition
Wednesday, May 23 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. Central
The Academy and A.S.P.E.N. released new recommendations in September 2011 for the identification and documentation of adult malnutrition. Widespread use of these criteria will help to standardize the diagnosis of adult malnutrition and provide more accurate estimates of its prevalence, incidence. This webinar will provide participants with knowledge and practical tools needed to design comprehensive, team-oriented systems for effective recognition and documentation of adult malnutrition.
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