On Demand and LIVE Webinars
Children with Cholestatic Liver Disease: Diagnostics (part one of a four-part series)
ON DEMAND PROGRAM
Diagnosis of cholestasis needs an array of investigations, including blood tests, imaging, genetic testing, and invasive procedures like liver biopsy. This webinar will discuss when to perform a liver biopsy to gain the maximum benefit out of this invasive procedure, its utility, and limitations, and also examine in-depth the rapidly evolving field of Genetic Cholestasis.
Supported by educational grants from Albireo, Mirum and Travere
The What, How and Ifs of Optimizing Early Childhood Growth and Long-Term Outcomes
ON DEMAND PROGRAM
Join us as we talk about how to implement nutrient and non-nutrient factors that optimize long-term health, recognize childhood growth and nutrient intake patterns associated with disease, childhood microbiome and long-term risk for disease, and early diagnosis and management strategies for childhood feeding disorders.
Supported by an educational grant from Reckitt / Mead Johnson Nutrition
NASPGHAN/APPSPGHAN Joint Webinar: Pediatric Disorders of Gut-Brain Interaction (DGBI): East and West Perspectives
September 16, 2022
This fourth joint webinar brings you two topics - Functional Abdominal Pain Disorders: Is There An Ideal Management? and Challenging DGBIs: What Can We Do? These webinars were created to foster unity and collaboration between NASPGHAN and APPSPGHAN. We aim to learn by sharing our knowledge and perspectives on pediatric gastrointestinal and liver diseases as well as nutrition issues.
Teaching Effectively to All Stages at All Ages
September 21, 2022
Designed to help all levels of faculty become more effective educators, this webinar uses specific educational cases to help the attendants assess learners knowledge to identify gaps. Different techniques for bedside teaching will be demonstrated, along with a high-yield didactic session to obtain a better understanding of different approaches. Curricular design with needs assessment, tips for development and how to assess the completed curriculum are also covered, and much more!
Organized by the NASPGHAN Education Special Interest Group
Removing Dieting from Diet Therapies in Pediatric GI: A CPNP Webinar
September 28, 2022
Critical factors are often overlooked when addressing obesity such as racial discrimination, disability status, and environmental factors. In conjunction, “weight stigma”, or bias that devalues people with larger bodies, can cause increased morbidity and mortality, independent of BMI. This informative and interactive webinar will help healthcare providers recognize weight stigma and promote a positive relationship with food, particularly in patients with GI-related health conditions and those following therapeutic diets.
Supported by an educational grant from Abbott