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A practical guide to managing jejunal tube feeding in paediatric patients
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About the webinar:
Dive into the world of paediatric jejunal tube feeding in our upcoming webinar A practical guide to jejunal tube feeding in paediatrics with dietitian Kate Dehlsen. In this webinar you’ll be provided with evidence-based guidance on assessing the suitability of patients for jejunal tube feeding, indications and contraindications for this feeding method, associated risk factors and the important role a multidisciplinary team can play. Plus, Kate covers how to safely grade up and deliver formula jejunely in infants, children and adolescents
About the speaker:
Kate Dehlsen is a paediatric dietitian specialising in gastroenterology nutrition. She works at Sydney Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Specialist Centre in Randwick. Kate currently works as part of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic and has extensive experience supporting children undergoing exclusive enteral nutrition. She also sees children with intestinal failure requiring long term parenteral nutrition support. Kate also works with children with coeliac disease, cow’s milk protein intolerances, functional GI disorders, feeding difficulties and failure to thrive. Kate has several published research papers in the areas of blenderised tube feeding, pancreatitis, coeliac disease and EEN.
US dietitians: 1.0 CE from CDR – pending.
CPD/CEU hours are applicable for Australia and New Zealand dietitians.
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