Nutrition pearls, is brought to you by the Council for Pediatric Nutrition Professionals (CPNP) part of the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition (NASPGHAN). This podcast will feature topics related to GI nutrition and information on CPNP.
Episode 13 - Brock Williams - RDs in Research
48:27In this episode of Nutrition Pearls: the Podcast, co-hosts Jen Smith and Melissa Talley speak with Brock Williams PhD, RD, CNSC about dietitians in research. Dr. Brock Williams is a Registered Dietitian and a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Division of Allergy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Brock completed his PhD in Human Nutrition in 2023. Over the past 9 years, he has worked as both a research and clinical dietitian at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto, and at BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver in areas such as Translational Medicine, GI/Hepatology/Nutrition, and Allergy. His primary research and clinical interests lie in micronutrients, human milk feeding, and food allergy prevention and treatment. Nutrition Pearls is supported by an educational grant from Reckitt Mead Johnson Nutrition.Resources: Crafting academic abstracts/papers: https://writing.wisc.edu/handbook/assignments/. Gray et al. Innovative poster designs: A shift toward visual representation of data. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 2022; 79(8):625-628Produced by: Melissa TalleyNASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]
Episode 12 - Rotem Sigall Boneh - Nutrition and IBD: Nuts and Bolts of Crohn's Disease Exclusion Diet
1:10:42Episode 12 - Rotem Sigall Boneh - Nutrition and IBD: Nuts and Bolts of Crohn's Disease Exclusion Diet In this episode of Nutrition Pearls: the podcast, co-hosts Jen Smith and Bailey Koch speak with Rotem Sigall Boneh RD, about the ins and outs of the Crohn’s Disease Exclusion Diet (CDED). Rotem is a clinical and research dietitian based at Wolfson Medical Center in Holon, Israel. She holds the distinction of being the founder of D-ECCO, the dietitian committee within the European Crohn and Colitis organization. Additionally, she is a co-founder of the Crohn's Disease Exclusion Diet (CDED) and has played a pivotal role in leading clinical trials in this field. Currently, she is working on her Ph.D. at Amsterdam University, focusing on the role of CDED in the management of Crohn's Disease. Rotem is also a member of the Porto group, an expert panel specializing in pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) within the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN). Resources: Sigall Boneh et al. The Crohn’s disease exclusion diet: a comprehensive review of evidence, implementation strategies, practical guidance, and future directions. Inflamm Bowel Dis. 2023. https://doi.org/10.1093/ibd/izad255Innovative Dietary Management Solution For Crohn’s Disease | ModuLife (mymodulife.com)Gut Friendly Recipes (crohnscolitisfoundation.org)Recipes Information | NT for IBD (nutritionaltherapyforibd.org)Nutrition University (N2U) application site: ScholarOne Abstracts - Login (abstractcentral.com)Nutrition Pearls is supported by an educational grant from Reckitt Mead Johnson Nutrition.Produced by: Bailey KochNASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]
Episode 11 - Cultural Humility & Diversity in Pediatric Nutrition Practice
1:02:39In this episode of Nutrition Pearls: The Pediatric GI Nutrition Podcast, Megan Murphy & Melissa Talley host dietitian Venus Kalami. Venus is a board-certified pediatric dietitian nutritionist and advocate-at-heart for culturally, socioeconomically, and weight-inclusive nutrition. She is the founder of Niche Noosh - a mission-driven nutrition consultancy for health organizations, start-ups, and companies. As a pediatric dietitian, she sub-specializes in empowering children of all ages with digestive and allergic conditions. Through her passion for food, psychology, and cultural humility, her unique and individualized perspective on nutrition has been featured on media outlets such as VeryWell Health, Health Talks, Insider,and Health Professional Radio, as well as professional conferences and journals. During this episode, she will discuss cultural humility & diversity in pediatric nutrition, specifically in infant feeding. Find more of her work at VenusKalamiRD.com. Nutrition Pearls is supported by an educational grant from Reckitt Mead Johnson NutritionRD/provider/patient resources:Tervalon M, Murray-Garcia J. Cultural humility versus cultural competence: A critical distinction in defining physician training outcomes in multicultural education. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 1998;9(2):117–125. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/hpu.2010.0233. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]Diversify Dietetics Antiracist Dietitian Molly Kellogg Dr. Kate Gardner Burt’s publications.Produced by: Megan MurphyNASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]
Episode 10 - Sharon Weston - The Past, Present, and Future of Blenderized Tube Feeds
52:12Episode 10 - The Past, Present, and Future of Blenderized Tube FeedsIn this episode of Nutrition Pearls: the Podcast, Melissa Talley and Bailey Koch host dietitian Sharon Weston. Sharon is a Registered Dietitian and Board Certified Specialist in pediatric nutrition. She works with a variety of specialities within GI and takes a special interest in blenderized formulas at Boston Children’s Hospital. As a recognized authority on the dietary and nutritional management of blended foods, Sharon is a frequently invited speaker at GI conferences. She has contributed her expertise to articles related to blenderized formula including: Stir, Shake or Blend: A Comparison of Methods Used to Reduce Viscosity of Blenderized Tube Feedings, JPGN July 1, 2022, and Determining Viscosity of Blenderized Formula: A Novel Approach Using the International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative Framework, JPEN 2020. During this episode she will discuss blenderized feeds and nutrition considerations and management. Resources:1. Cassandra Walia, Megan Van Hoorn, Angela Edlbeck, Mary Beth Feuling, The RegisteredDietitian Nutritionist’s Guide to Homemade Tube Feeding, Journal of the Academy of Nutritionand Dietetics, Volume 117, Issue 1, 2017, Pages 11-16.2. Bobo. (2016). Reemergence of Blenderized Tube Feedings. Nutrition in Clinical Practice, 31(6),730–735.3. Bennett, Hjelmgren, B., &amp; Piazza, J. (2020). Blenderized Tube Feeding: Health Outcomes andReview of Homemade and Commercially Prepared Products. Nutrition in Clinical Practice, 35(3),417–431.4. Epp, Blackmer, A., Church, A., Ford, I., Grenda, B., Larimer, C., Lewis‐Ayalloore, J., Malone, A.,Pataki, L., Rempel, G., &amp; Washington, V. (2023). Blenderized tube feedings: Practicerecommendations from the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. Nutrition inClinical Practice. https://doi.org/10.1002/ncp.11055Nutrition Pearls is supported by an educational grant from Reckitt Mead Johnson NutritionProduced by: Megan Murphy NASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]
Episode 9 - Bonus Episode - Nikki Misner - Post Conference Recap: Favorite Conference Take-Aways
48:49Episode 9 - Bonus Episode - Nikki Misner - Post Conference Recap: Favorite Conference Take-Aways In this bonus episode of Nutrition Pearls: the Podcast, host Jen Smith speaks with Nikki Misner, MS, RDN, about all the exciting highlights from the recent NASPGHAN/APGNN/CPNP annual meeting held in San Diego, California. Nikki is a pediatric registered dietitian at the University of South Florida in the division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition. Nikki works with children with a wide variety of GI conditions. She has taken a special interest in diet therapy for eosinophilic esophagitis, IBD, addressing food insecurity, and managing enteral nutrition. Nikki is the current media chair for CPNP. Produced by: Jen Smith and Melissa TalleyNASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]
Episode 8 - Bruno Chumpitazi & Kirsten Jones - Using the Low-FODMAP Diet for Children with IBS (Bowel Sounds Podcast Collaboration):
1:01:18In our FIRST collaboration with the NASPGHAN Bowel Sounds podcast, hosts Dr. Peter Lu and dietitian Jen Smith talk to our guests Dr. Bruno Chumpitazi and dietitian Kirsten Jones about dietary treatment of children with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) -- specifically about using the low-FODMAP diet in children.Dr. Chumpitazi is a pediatric neurogastroenterologist who recently completed being the inaugural director of the Neurogastroenterology and Motility Program at Texas Children’s Hospital and who is now Professor and Division Chief of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at Duke University. Kirsten Jones, RD, CSP, LD, is a registered dietitian who specializes in caring for children with disorders of gut-brain interaction and use of the low-FODMAP diet at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Episode 7 - Raquel Durban - Navigating Nutrition with FPIES
53:27In this episode of Nutrition Pearls: the Podcast, Megan Murphy and Jen Smith host dietitian Raquel Durban. Raquel is a registered dietitian specializing in the dietary management of families with food allergies at Carolina Asthma & Allergy Center in Charlotte, NC. As a recognized authority on the dietary and nutritional management of food allergies, Raquel is a frequently invited speaker at allergy and immunology conferences and has the pleasure of precepting dietetic interns. She has contributed her expertise to peer reviewed publications and continuing education programs. During this episode she will discuss FPIES and nutrition considerations and management. Questions regarding FPIES email, [email protected]: Nowak-Wegrzyn A, et al. International consensus guidelines for the diagnosis and management of food protein–induced enterocolitis syndrome: Executive summary—Workgroup Report of the Adverse Reactions to Foods Committee, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2017;139:1111-26. https://www.fpies.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/IFPIES-ER-Letter-2018.pdf https://www.fpies.org/Produced by: Megan MurphyNASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]
Episode 6 - Bonus Episode - Nicole Martin and Tegan Medico - Pre-Conference Hype: A Spotlight on the 2023 CPNP Annual Meeting
25:18Episode 6 - Bonus Episode - Nicole Martin and Tegan Medico - Pre-Conference Hype: A Spotlight on the 2023 CPNP Annual Meeting In this bonus episode of Nutrition Pearls: the Pediatric GI Nutrition Podcast, Jen Smith and Bailey Koch host dietitians Nicole Martin and Tegan Medico. Nicole is a pediatric registered dietitian at Children's Wisconsin and has been practicing in the GI clinic there for 9 years. Her areas of interest include celiac disease and eosinophilic disorders. She has been involved with CPNP for 7 years, and has previously served as the CPNP media chair and is currently the CPNP president elect. Tegan has been at the University of Virginia Health for the past 10 years and has worked in a variety of roles: intensive care, gastroenterology, nephrology, transplant, and home health. She now serves the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition and the Pediatric Liver Transplant program, and she is coordinator for an elective in pediatric nutrition for UVa’s School of Medicine. Tegan is the current Program Chair for CPNP. During this episode Nicole and Tegan discuss the exciting presentations and other dietitian related activities planned for the upcoming NASPGHAN/APGNN/CPNP meeting. Display event - 2023 Conference (naspghan.org)Early Bird rates until August 31stProduced by: Melissa TalleyNASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]
Episode 5 Bonus Episode - Natalie Hill, SCD; Professional sharing personal experience.
21:06In this bonus episode of Nutrition Pearls: the Podcast, Jen Smith and Bailey Koch host dietitian Natalie Hill. Natalie is a pediatric dietitian at GI Care For Kids and Children's Health Care of Atlanta. Natalie was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease as a teenager and she has used the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) to treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) for more than 10 years. Natalie shares her experience with SCD and offers insights and tips for dietitians and providers working with patients who are using diet therapies in the treatment of IBD. Produced by: Melissa TalleyNASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]
Episode 4 - Kim Braly, Nutrition and IBD, Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) and Beyond
57:26In this episode of Nutrition Pearls: the pediatric GI nutrition podcast, Jen Smith and Bailey Koch host dietitian Kim Braly. Kim is a private practice, research dietitian who specializes in pediatric inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). She is the co-founder of EATS for IBD™ - an innovative, evidence-based nutrition tool that supports those with IBD and their families through nourishing recipes, culinary resources, and community support. Kim empowers people with IBD to dump food fears, eat for their bodies and live their best life. She is the “How to IBD dietitian” who loves mentoring colleagues and consulting organizations to build transformative IBD nutrition programs which expand their offerings and better support their patients. During this episode Jen and Bailey discuss with Kim the role of nutrition in the treatment of IBD with an emphasis on SCD.RD/provider/patient resources:ntforibd.orgkimbralyrd.com/bloginterest.eatsforibd.comcrohncolitisfoundation.orgProduced by: Megan MurphyNASPGHAN - Council for Pediatric Nutrition [email protected]