The current statistics on diabetes morbidity and mortality speak volumes on the need for good metabolic control:

1. Each 1% decrease in A1C translates into a 35% - 40% decrease in the frequency of microvascular complications.
2. A 33% - 50% decrease in coronary and peripheral artery (macrovascular) disease is the result of blood pressure control.
3. A 20% to 50% reduction in cardiovascular complications can be achieved by normalizing blood lipids (more than 65% of deaths in patients with diabetes are attributed to CVD).

Thus, by managing the ‘ABCs’ of diabetes . . . A1C, blood pressure andserum cholesterol . . . people with diabetes can significantly reduce their risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and even blindness. Individualized medical nutrition therapy (MNT) provided by a professional is a critical component of managing these ABCs. Numerous studies have proven that MNT can prevent, slow the onset of and/or decrease the progression of these devastating complications. Although there are numerous strategies that can be used to achieve these goals, best practice dictates the use of the American Dietetic Association’s MNT Evidence Based Nutrition Practice Guidelines (NPGs) and the MNT protocols. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) also recommends the use of these NPGs in its statutory language of the Medicare diabetes MNT benefit.

In this one of a kind interactive workshop, you will increase working knowledge regarding the use of the NPGs for diabetes, hypertension and disorders of lipid metabolism, including how to use the Nutrition Care Process and Model.  Mary Ann Hodorowicz, RD, LDN, MBA, CDE, CEC, will condense and simplify the voluminous content of these NPGs into a ready reference take home guide so that even new practitioners can feel comfortable using them. Mary Ann focuses on providing her audiences practical applications without the extraneous theoretical or historical details. Make plans to attend this comprehensive, lively and extremely useful one-day educational event!


Seminar Objectives
  • Compare the latest nutrition interventions to optimize A1c levels.
  • Evaluate the five key dietary approaches of the DASH eating plan to control hypertension.
  • Analyze the ‘Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes’ proven to help normalize blood lipids.
  • Explain the patient empowerment tools for changing patients’ eating behavior.
  • Name the A1c target for patients with diabetes recommended by the American Diabetes Association in 2009.
  • List the organs that are targeted by the various classes of anti-diabetes edications in order to optimize blood glucose control.
Seminar Information
Date Presented:
November 09, 2010 8:00 AM Eastern
Length:
8 hours
Part 1
Outline

Structural Overview of Nutrition Practice Guidelines and Correlation to Nutrition Care Process (NCP) 
Patient Behavior Change
  • Proven behavior change strategies
  • New! MNT Conversation C.A.R.D.S.
  • New! MNT Intervention Checklists
Diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2) NPG
  • Diabetes risk factors and management goals
  • MNT objectives and goals
  • Diabetes diagnosis and pathophysiology
  • Anti-diabetes drugs and insulin therapy
  • Number and length of MNT visits
  • Nutrition assessment
  • Nutrition diagnosis
  • Nutrition prescription and interventions
  • Nutrition outcomes monitoring, evaluation and MNT documentation
Disorders of Lipid Metabolism NPG
  • Diabetes and CVD risk
  • MNT objectives and goals
  • Lipid management goals
  • CVD risk factors and lipid classifications
  • Number and length of MNT visits
  • Nutrition assessment
  • Nutrition diagnosis
  • Nutrition prescription and interventions (Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes Diet)
  • Nutrition outcomes monitoring, evaluation and MNT documentation
  • Hypertension NPG
  • Diabetes and HTN risk
  • MNT objectives and goals
  • HTN management goals
  • Number and length of MNT visits
  • Nutrition assessment
  • Nutrition diagnosis
  • Nutrition prescription and interventions (DASH Diet)
  • Nutrition outcomes monitoring, evaluation and MNT documentation
Forms for Implementing NPGs
  • Assessment
  • Progress note
  • Patient diabetes diary
  • Flow sheet
  • Documentation
  • Outcomes monitoring
  • Energy and macronutrient calculation
  • Diabetes MNT promo flyer
  • Plate method diabetes meal plan
  • MNT visit tracking
  • Initial intake, registration and appointment form
NCP Resources (Copyright, American Dietetic Association, 2009)
  • Nutrition assessment, monitoring and evaluation terminology
  • Nutrition diagnosis terminology
  • Nutrition intervention terminology
Speaker Information
Mary Ann Hodorowicz RD, LDN, MBA, CDE   [ view bio ]
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