E-Learning Programs

The Nestlé Nutrition Institute offers continuing education for physicians, dietitians/nutritionists and nurses via e-learning courses.

To remain current with the latest evidence-based information, learn more about our many self-study CE programs.

Sponsorship Disclosure: Many of the publications, programs, conferences, educational resources and other content available on this website have been funded and/or prepared by the Nestlé Nutrition Institute or its Nestlé affiliates.

The Economics of Prevention vs Management of Pediatric Allergies: Improved Outcomes With Nutritional Interventions - Roundtable Discussion

Infant / Pediatric

CE Accredited Program CME Accredited Program

These activities are supported by an educational grant from Nestlé Nutrition Institute and sponsored by Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Learning Network.

Original program date: Jun 18, 2015
Expiration date: Jun 18, 2016

Continuing Education

  • 1.00 / AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM
  • 1.00 / CE for Nurses
  • 1.00 / CPEU for Registered Dietitians/Registered Dietetic Technicians
CDR level: 1
Runtime: 60 minutes

Program Description:

Pediatric allergic diseases exert an enormous economic and emotional toll on pediatric patients and their families. The most common chronic skin condition of young children, atopic dermatitis is generally the first in the “atopic march” that progresses to food allergies, asthma, and allergic rhinitis. This pediatric allergy Roundtable will feature a lively discussion of allergy experts about new findings from the LEAP study and the economic advantages of early intervention and allergy prevention for parents. Practical guidance for clinicians seeing pediatric patients and current recommendations will also be highlighted. Experts will share their individual expertise and the latest data as they discuss issues and strategies involved in the prevention of pediatric allergic diseases

Program Objectives:

  • Explain the impact of the growing problem of pediatric allergic diseases, especially atopic dermatitis, on infant and family quality of life
  • Assess data about the health economics of preventing vs managing allergy symptoms in pediatric patients
  • Recommend or implement nutritional interventions, including prenatal counseling, to families in order to prevent infant allergy


Alan Lake, MD
Assoc Professor of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins

David M. Fleischer, MD
Assoc Prof of Pediatrics, Univesity of Colorado, Director, Food Challenge Unit, Children's Hospital in Colorado

Mark Boguniewicz, MD
Professor, Div of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, National Jewish Health at the Univ. of Colorado School of Medicine

CE Nurse Review: Karen Rance
DNP, RN, CPNP, AE-C Allgergy Partners of Central Indiana

Recommended Content

Please login to your profile so we can show recommended content.