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Evidence-based guidelines for the nutritional management of adult oncology patients

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Tune into this webinar to discover the latest research on how diet and nutritional status impact cancer progression and prognosis.

Learning Objectives

1.     The participant will be able to discuss the validity of malnutrition screening and nutrition assessment tools and their utilization in clinical oncology settings.

2.     The participant will be able to better utilize the Nutrition Care Process to provide appropriate and high-quality nutrition care to oncology patients.

 3.     The participant will be able to describe the evidence-based relationships between nutritional status and morbidity and mortality outcomes in oncology.



 

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Anna E. Arthur, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.D.
Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Sylvia D. Stroup Scholar in Nutrition and Cancer
Director, Nutrition and Cancer Epidemiology & Survivorship Lab
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Oncology Dietitian, Carle Cancer Center


Approved for 1.0 CPEU for Registered Dietitians

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