Challenged Growth

Webinars (CE Eligible)

Nutricia North America is pleased to provide a variety of clinically-oriented educational lectures. These Nutricia sponsored presentations are intended for healthcare professionals.
In this section, you will find the name and description of all the recorded lectures available. Each of the following presentations is approximately 60 minutes long and is available for viewing at no cost. In addition, viewers can receive a certificate of attendance and most lectures are eligible for continuing education credit for dietitians and nurses. In order for the recorded lecture to be considered for continuing education for dietitians by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, the recording must be viewed within 3 years of the date of the live presentation.

  • Nutrition considerations for infants with congenital heart disease (CHD)

    Join Amy Gelfand, MS, RDN, CDN, to discuss considerations and challenges in feeding infants with CHD.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Define types of congenital heart diseases (CHD) in the neonate
    • Review nutrition considerations associated with CHD
    • Discuss challenges associated with feeding infants with CHD

    *Nurses may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar from 9/28/2021 to 9/28/2024. To receive 1 CE credit, follow instructions at the end of the evaluation survey accessed via the link or QR code on the final slide of the presentation. Running length: 60 minutes.

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  • Nutritional Management for Infants & Children with Neurological Injuries & Impairments​

    Join Janelle Karrell, APRN, RN, MSN, to discuss considerations and challenges in feeding infants and children with neurological injuries.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Define and discuss three prevalent brain injuries within the neonatal and pediatric population
    • Discuss challenges associated with feeding neurologically injured infants and children within the acute care setting
    • Review nutrition interventions and management for neurologically injured infants

    *Nurses may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar through 10/13/2024. To receive 1 CE credit, follow instructions at the end of the evaluation survey accessed via the link or QR code on the final slide of the presentation. Running length: 60 minutes.

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  • Infant malnutrition and growth failure in the community: exploring new nutritional management strategies

    Join Liz Bacon, MS, RD, LD, CSP, for a presentation on nutritional intervention for infants with malnutrition and growth failure.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify infant malnutrition and growth failure
    • Discuss common interventions for infant malnutrition and growth failure
    • List the risks associated with concentrating and fortifying formula
    • Identify a novel way of managing term infants with malnutrition and growth failure

    *Nurses may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar from 9/16/2021 to 9/16/2024. To receive 1 CE credit, follow instructions at the end of the evaluation survey accessed via the link or QR code on the final slide of the presentation. Running length: 60 minutes.

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  • Linking Feeding to Development in Infants and Children with Complex Congenital Heart Disease

    Join Dr. Barbara Medoff-Cooper, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for a talk, “Linking Feeding to Development in Infants and Children with Complex Congenital Heart Disease.”

    Participants will be able to:

    • Explore feeding protocols from infancy to toddlerhood
    • Describe factors that contribute to feeding dysfunction
    • Describe growth and developmental outcomes during the first two years of life

    *Nurses may claim CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim CE credit for this webinar from 5/21/2021 to 5/21/2024. To receive the Certificate of Attendance from this webinar, complete the survey link included on the last slide of the handout. Make note of the webinar code prior to submitting the survey. Then enter the code within the CE credit request section to receive your Certificate of Attendance.

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  • A New Management Strategy for Infants with Poor Growth: Outcomes From the GROW-IN Study

    Join speaker Praveen Goday, MD, Professor of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin, and Program Director, Clinical Nutrition and Enteral Feeding Programs, Children’s Wisconsin, for a presentation on nutritional intervention of infants with or at risk of growth failure.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Recognize that poor growth is common in infants with and without other medical problems
    • Explain how insufficient energy intake is the most common cause of poor growth
    • Discuss how an energy- and nutrient-dense formula is an innovative option to improve growth in infants with poor growth

    *Nurses may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar from 7/14/2021 to 7/14/2024. To receive 1 CE credit, follow instructions at the end of the evaluation survey accessed via the link or QR code on the final slide of the presentation. Running length: 60 minutes.

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  • A fresh look at today’s nutritional interventions for infants with malnutrition or failure to thrive – trends and concerns

    Join speaker Sarah Simental, MS, RD, CSPCC, CNSC, Clinical Dietitian II at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, for a presentation on nutritional intervention of infants with or at risk of growth failure.
    Learning Objectives:

    • Explain how undernutrition/failure to thrive (FTT) impacts hospitalized infants
    • Describe current practice for feeding hospitalized infants with FTT, based on a recent US research survey
    • List shortcomings and barriers to optimal nutritional intervention for hospitalized infants with FTT

    *Nurses may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar from 5/27/2021 to 5/27/2024. To receive 1 CE credit, follow instructions at the end of the evaluation survey accessed via the link or QR code on the final slide of the presentation. Running length: 60 minutes.


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  • Nutritional Intervention of Infants with or at Risk of Growth Failure: When? How? Is What we do Enough?

    Join speaker, Chris Smith, Senior Pediatric Dietitian, Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton, UK for a presentation on nutritional intervention of infants with or at risk of growth failure.
    Learning Objectives:

    • Explore the importance of optimizing growth in infants with or at risk of growth failure
    • Understand the consequences of poor growth in infants, how and when to intervene
    • Define management goals and nutritional needs of these infants
    • Highlight current nutrition management practice in North America, including the use of concentrated infant formulas. Present case studies illustrating the use of energy & nutrient dense formulas in these infants outside of the US
    • Overview of existing evidence supporting the use of energy & nutrient dense formulas

    *Nurses may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar. RDs may claim 1 CE credit for this webinar from 3/31/2021 to 3/31/2023. To receive 1 CE credit, follow instructions at the end of the evaluation survey accessed via the link or QR code on the final slide of the presentation. Running length 60 minutes.

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  • Navigating the Journey of Infants With or At Risk of Poor Growth. Are We Doing Enough?

    Join speakers, Chris Smith, Senior Pediatric Dietitian, Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton, UK and Maria Mascarenhas, Pediatric Gastroenterologist, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, PA, USA for a presentation on Navigating the Journey of Infants with or at Risk of Poor Growth.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Explore the importance of optimizing growth in infants with or at risk poor growth
    • Understand the consequences of poor growth, how and when to intervene
    • Define management goals and nutritional needs
    • Highlight current nutrition management practice in the US
    • Examine case studies illustrating the use of energy- & nutrient-dense formulas in infants with growth failure outside of the US

    *Nurses may claim 1.5 CE credits for this webinar. RDs may claim 1.5 CE credits for this webinar from 11/6/2020 to 11/6/2022. To receive the 1.5 CE credits, complete the survey via the link or QR code on the left of the screen during Q&A. Running length 90 minutes.

  • How to Achieve Optimal Growth in Infants With Congenital Heart Disease – Are We Doing Enough?

    Join speakers, Dr. Chitra Ravishankar, Professor of Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Luise Marino, Clinical Academic Pediatric Dietitian, Southampton Children’s Hospital for a presentation on How to Achieve Optimal Growth in Infants with Congenital Heart Disease.


    Learning Objectives:

    • To describe the importance of optimized growth in infants with congenital heart disease
    • To understand the role of nutrition management and impact on outcomes
    • To explore current nutrition practice, including shortcomings, & explore strategies for optimizing growth in these infants
    • To discuss existing and emerging evidence

    *Nurses may claim 1.5 CE credits for this webinar. RDs may claim 1.5 CE credits for this webinar from 10/28/2020 to 10/28/2022. To receive the 1.5 CE credits, complete the survey via https://bit.ly/31jrPK5. Running length 90 minutes.