Course Overview and Target Audience
This course is designed to provide the bariatric dietitian with evidence-based guidelines to apply to all aspects of nutritional care of the bariatric surgery patient.
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Assess the health needs of a long-term post-op bariatric surgery patient.
- Recommend resources to help bariatric surgery patients navigate challenges posed by financial concerns, limited literacy, and cultural practices.
- Operate within a team to efficiently and practically manage micronutrient needs of bariatric surgery patients.
- Manage the nutrition needs of a bariatric surgery patient preparing for organ transplant.
Supporting, Engaging, and Retaining Your Patients
Duc Vuong, MD
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Using the Science of Positive Emotion to Facilitate Behavior Change
Theresa Tate, RD LD
Q & A
Revisions and Duodenal Switch: Adventures in Absorption and Utilization
Elizabeth Goldenberg, MPH RD CDN
Pre-op and Post-op Exercise: What the RD Should Recommend
Dale S. Bond, PhD
Obesity as a Chronic Disease: The Role of Combination Therapy: Pharmacotherapy
Deborah Horn, DO MPH FOMA
Obesity as a Chronic Disease: The Role of Combination Therapy: Endoscopic Bariatric Therapies
Abigail Lowe, RD
Q & A