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Apigenin, CD38, NAD+, and Mitochondrial Oxidative Stress: The Story of the Zucker Diabetic Fatty Rat Kidney
Learning complex information is hard. When we put things in story form, it’s much easier to learn and remember. NAD+ precursers are at the heart of interventions for fighting Read more
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Clinical Practices to Mitigate Weight Bias
This article reviews the evidence for how the attitudes, communication, and behaviors of clinicians differ towards patients with obesity, and examines interventions to reduce weight bias Read more
NCP Step 4: Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation
The purpose of nutrition monitoring and evaluation is to determine and measure the amount of progress made for the nutrition intervention and whether the nutrition related goals/expected outcomes are being met. The aim is to promote more uniformity within the dietetics profession in assessing the effectiveness of nutrition intervention. Source:NCP Step 4: Nutrition Monitoring and… Read more Read more
Transitioning From Hospital to Home with Type 2
Johnson and Johnson Diabetes Institute has published an excellent training module on transitioning Type 2 patients from hospital to home.  Topics Include: Discharge planning Challenges to a successful transition of care from hospital to home Strategies that can be used to support behavior change and long-term self-management in the outpatient setting Risk factors for hospital… Read more Read more
NutriScape Wants Your Best Resource Links
As fantastic as Google is, it can’t filter out the fluff that we, as dietitians were not looking for. NutriScape has undertaken the massive task of linking one central site to all of the most useful nutrition related resources the internet has to offer. seeks to provide the professional content you are looking for…. Read more Read more
Always Available Menu Items
Dietitians in hospitals and healthcare foodservices struggle to provide alternatives for between meal service times.  Becky Dorner provides this Always Available Menu.  Thanks Read more
History of the Microbiome
This series from Medscape traces the history of the microbiome and the explosion of new Read more
Feed Them-They’ll Leave Sooner
Studies have been showing this for years.  This one is a review meta-analysis showing shorter LOS without additional Read more
Clinical Nutrition Week
Clinical Nutrition Week is by far the most relevant continuing education for any dietitian working in a hospital clinical Visit ASPEN
HyperKalemia Insights
This site provides a great deal of detail surrounding hyperkalemia and Read more
Dyslipidemia CME/CE
This is a 1 hour forum offered by MyCME, but does not offer credit for registered Read more
Clinical Guidelines on Diabetes from Joslin
  Joslin Diabetes Center offers the following guidelines for diabetes populations.   Clinical Guidelines for Adults (rev.10/2014) Pharmacological Guidelines (Rev. 09/2014) Inpatient Management of Surgical Patients with Diabetes (Rev. 12/3/15) Guideline for Specialty Consultation/Referral (rev. 8/6/13) Guidelines for Diabetes in Pregnancy (Rev. 6/15/11) Guidelines for Management of uncontrolled Glucose in the Hospitalized Patient  (Rev. 5/20/2013) Clinical… Read more Read more
How Infection and Inflammation Relate to Anemia in Dialysis Patients
This excellent video discusses how infections and inflammatory  processes may contribute to reductions of RBC levels by both reducing erythropoietin production from the kidneys and promoting iron sequestration in the liver and Read more
New Insulins
 An update is available–Here’s the Read more
Renal Meal Planning Calculator
 Here is Joan Murray’s online Renal Meal Planning Read more
Do Elevated Lipid Levels Protect Against Diabetes? Gene Study Sheds Light
Interesting: “all three major lipids—LDL-C, HDL-C, and triglycerides (TGs)—are associated with a lower risk of diabetes, even as elevated LDL-C and TG predict increased risk of coronary artery disease. When you click on this article link, you may be redirected to a MedScape Login page, but once signed in, you will see Read more
Pressure Injury Site
This site provides some excellent illustrations as well as other Read more
Malnutrition Consensus Statement
  JPEN article: AND/ASPEN Concensus Statement-Characteristics for the Identification and Documentation of Adult Malnutrition (Undernutrition) Read more