CPNP Nutrition Symposium
 

Sessions will be available on demand in the virtual platform and a new session will launch each day at 10:30 AM ET (7:30 AM PT) and then be available for a full year.

Monday, December 13, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM ET
Session 1: Diversity and Cultural Humility in Clinical Nutrition Practice
8:30 AM Diversity in nutrition
     Whitney Trotter, MS, RDN/LDN, RN, RYT, Founder of Bluff City Health LLC
9:00 AM Diversity in infant feeding
  Venus Setareh Kalami, MNSP, RD, Lucile Packard Stanford Children's Health
9:30 AM How race and ethnicity influence the severity of NASH in children
  Ali Mencin, MD, Columbia University Medical Center

Tuesday, December 14, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM ET 
Session 2: Weighing in on Wellness
10:30 AM Integrative and culinary medicine for the GI patient
  Ann Ming Yeh, MD, Lucile Packard Stanford Children's Health
10:50 AM Weight stigma
  Sophie Burge, MS, RD, Boston Children's Hospital

Wednesday, December 15, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM ET 
Session 3: Nutrition Advocacy into the Clinical Setting
11:15 AM Addressing food insecurity from the clinical setting
  Tegan J. Medico, MS, MPH, RDN, CNSC, University of Virginia Health System
11:35 AM Improving access to medically necessary nutrition
  Camille S Bonta, Summit Health Care Consulting

1:30 PM – 2:15 PM ET  Poster Session

Thursday, December 16, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM ET 
Session 4: Therapeutic Diets: When Food is Medicine
2:00 PM FPIES
  Bailey Koch, RD, CSP, LD, GI Care For Kids, Atlanta Pediatric Nutrition, Inc
2:20 PM FREoE diet
  James Franciosi, MD, MS, Nemours Children's Hospital
2:40 PM Sublingual Immunotherapy for the treatment of pediatric food allergy: Are whole food ompounds as effective as industrial glycerinated extracts?
  Brock Williams, MSc, RD, PhD(c), The University of British Columbia
3:00 PM Evaluating use of enteral nutrition therapy to improve disease outcomes in children with VEO-IBD
  Natalie L Stoner, RD, CSP, LDN, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Friday, December 17, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM ET
Session 5: Beyond the basics: Nutrition topics for advanced providers
3:45 PM Nutrition in bone health/DXA
  Ala Shaikhkhalil, MD, Nationwide Children's Hospital
4:15 PM Non-caloric reasons for poor growth
  Stephen Borowitz, MD, University of Virginia
4:45 PM TPN
  Rachel Kay, MS, RDN, CSP, CD, CNSC, Seattle Children's

Annual Meeting Sessions Approved for CPEs 

We are excited to announce the following sessions, held during the general NASPGHAN Annual Meeting, were approved for CPEUs as an added value to our members.

Monday, December 13

Concurrent Session II - 3:00 PM-4:30 PM ET

Intestinal failure:  What to do next?
Moderators: Hillary Jericho, MD, University of Chicago Medical Center and Beth Carter, MD, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles

3:00 PM Small nutrient omissions that cost a lot in short bowel syndrome
    Timothy A. Sentongo, MD, University of Chicago, Comer Children's
    Learning objectives:

  • Understand the risk factors for vitamin and mineral deficiencies in short bowel syndrome
  • Understand factors to consider during monitoring of micronutrient status
  • Discuss the management options for replenishment and maintenance therapy

3:25 PM The role of fiber during nutritional management of children with intestinal failure
    Anna Tuttle, MS, RD, LDN, CNSC, LeBonheur Children's Hospital
    Learning objectives:

  • The learner will be able to identify the reason for use of fiber in intestinal failure patients
  • The learner will be able to identify which intestinal failure patients can benefit from the addition of fiber
  • The learner will be able to develop a nutrition plan including fiber to aid in optimal growth and intestinal adaptation in intestinal failure patients

3:50 PM NASPGHAN Foundation/QOL Research Award for the Study of Disorders Associated with Carbohydrate
    Malabsorption 
    Mechanisms of carbohydrate malabsorption in microvillus inclusion disease
    Nadia Ameen, MD, Yale University
4:02 PM Challenging intestinal failure cases
    Jennifer Garcia, MD, University of Miami School of Medicine
    Learning objectives:

  • Identify Intestinal failure with indications for transplant but ongoing rehabilitation potential: How far you can continue to push for ongoing rehab
  • Review progression of liver disease despite reaching enteral autonomy
  • Assess factors impacting Intestinal failure rehabilitation in underdeveloped countries
  • Recognizing Intestinal failure with poor quality of life

Tuesday, December 14

Concurrent Session III - 12:00 PM-1:30 PM ET

The short bowel patient: Collaboration and screening
Moderators: Sivan Kinberg, MD, Columbia University and Conrad Cole, MD, MPH, MSc, Cincinnati Children's Hospital

12:00 PM Pediatric learn intestinal failure TeleECHO:  The “hub and spoke” experience
    Joanne Lai, MD, Mt Sinai Medical Center
    Learning objectives:

  • Understand the complexity of chronic intestinal failure management and benefit of expertise within multi-disciplinary teams
  • Recognize the paucity of expertise in intestinal failure and need to improve patient access
  • Describe the benefit of a virtual multidisciplinary platform that allows learning and support to clinicians managing intestinal failure

12:25 PM NASPGHAN Nutrition Prize
    MANAGING DYSBIOSIS IN SHORT BOWEL SYNDROME. A COMPARISON OF ORAL ANTIBIOTICS TO PROBIOTICS: IMPACT
    ON THE MICROBIOME, SHORT CHAIN FATTY ACID PRODUCTION AND ADAPTATION
    Mirielle Pauline, University of Alberta
12:37 PM Creating a worldwide intestinal failure registry: Lessons learned and early findings
    Yaron Avitzur, MD, Hospital for Sick Children
    Learning objectives:

  • Describe the goals, structure and challenges of a worldwide registry
  • Provide an update on the findings of the pilot phase of the registry

1:02 PM CARBAMAZEPINE REDUCES PARENTERAL NUTRITION ASSOCIATED LIVER DISEASE IN A PIGLET MODEL OF
    TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION
    Aakash Nagarapu, Saint Louis University