Pediatric Nutrition in Practice

What is the program about?

The Pediatric Nutrition in Practice E-Learning Program has been developed by field experts and is based on the book ...
of the same name. The Program aims to provide information to healthcare professionals who are looking for guidance on practically relevant issues to do with the nutrition of infants, children and adolescents. Some of the topics covered include childhood growth and nutritional assessment, breastfeeding, complementary feeding and nutritional challenges in special conditions and diseases. Like the chapters in the book, the Program is divided into 12 learning modules, which are combining different topic in pediatric nutrition. Each module takes between 60-90 minutes to complete and contains objectives, course material, a progress check to help prepare you for the exam, a list of key words and references.

Why this program will benefit you?

While there are a number of publications and resources available on pediatric nutrition, busy physicians and other healthcare professionals often find it difficult to devote enough time ...
to researching and understanding just one aspect of their practice. The E-Learning Program has collated the latest science and research on the most important topics relating to infant and childhood nutrition. It aims to support and give practical guidance to all healthcare professionals working in this area. The Program can be completed at your own pace, and is available across devices. Together, we can help enhance the quality of feeding for healthy infants and children as well as improve the standards of nutritional care for sick children.
Select the type of program that is right for you


CME credit is available for Europe only. CE credit is available for dietitians in the US. Check the validity of the credits in your country with local authorities.
Once you choose to take the self-learning program you will not be eligible to go through the accredited program

Scientific responsibility

Prof. Sperl from Paracelsus Medical University (PMU), University Hospital Salzburg, Austria, is scientifically responsible for the content ...
and declared that he does not have any current or recent (within the last 12 months) significant financial interest or other relationship with any manufacturer of commercial products that may be discussed in this module, nor with the corporate organization that provided the educational grant for this medical education activity.


Disclaimer

The Pediatric Nutrition in Practice eLearning Program is sponsored with an unrestricted grant of the Nestlé Nutrition Institute. This program is hosted, accessed, and managed through the CMR Institute, a not-for-profit US based organization. If you have questions relating to obtaining credits for the program, click here, or you can contact your local NNI representative or the NNI Global team at nni@nestle.com, or contact the CMR Institute at program@cmrinstitute.org.