Nutritional management of patients with COVID-19: part 1
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We’re seeing the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) across healthcare globally. In this FREE webinar series, Dr Peter Collins and Dr Emma Ridley will share their clinical expertise, and professional insights about COVID-19, to provide you with recommendations to optimally manage the nutrition of these patients. This two-part series will support Dietitians across the continuum of care.
Although the health crisis is rapidly changing, they will draw on the evidence we do have in the area of nutrition and respiratory disease to ensure we are providing the best care we can.
Watch this two-part FREE webinar series now:
Webinar 1: Dr Emma Ridley – Nutritional management of COVID-19 patients who are critically ill | AUSPEN guidelines can be found here
Webinar 2: Dr Peter Collins – Nutrition support in patients with severe respiratory disease: from hospital to home | CLICK HERE TO ACCESS WEBINAR 2
About the speaker:
Dr Emma Ridley is a Senior Research Fellow at the ANZIC-RC, Monash University where she leads the Nutrition Program and a Senior Clinical Dietitian in ICU at The Alfred Hospital. Completing her PhD in 2018, current research interests include understanding the optimum way to determine energy requirements in the critically ill, including the clinical application of indirect calorimetry, as well as the effect of optimal nutrition delivery on short and long-term outcomes in ICU patients. In 2019 Emma was named as a Finalist in the ‘Clinical Research’ category of the Premier’s Awards for Health and Medical Research for the work and outcomes within her PhD. Emma regularly delivers invited national and international presentations, is an Editor with Australian Critical Care and has authored 43 peer-reviewed publications, (including in the New England Journal of Medicine). Emma has been a named investigator on $6.3 million dollars of research funding with the teams she
collaborates with and is the CIA on the INTENT trial that is investigating a whole hospital nutrition intervention in critically ill patients (NCT03292237).