McKesson Clinical Connection™ Webinar

The Gut Microbiome – Role of Diet and Supplements (Probiotics and Prebiotics)
Date:
March 8, 2017
Time:
3:00 PM ET
 
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Webinar Description

Overview

Research supports the importance of the gut microbiome and its influence on health and disease management. These microbes have beneficial functions within our body that are relevant to supporting life. It's important to understand the role of microbiota and the factors that negatively impact their function. Changes in the microbiome can trigger cellular events resulting in disease progression. The goal of this webinar is to provide updated research which clarifies the dynamic interplay of diet and probiotic supplementation to help provide clinicians strategies for therapeutic intervention.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the influence of the gut microbiome on human physiology and health
  • Factors and influences affecting the gut microbiome
  • Compare and contrast how diet and dietary supplements (prebiotics, probiotics) influence health outcomes by influencing the gut microflora
  • Association between gut microbiota and disease conditions
  • Review the role of probiotics for the prevention and treatment of various conditions

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Lisa Logan


Lisa Logan RD, CNSC

Lisa Logan RD, CNSC is a Certified Nutrition Support Clinician and member of the ADA (American Dietetic Association) and ASPEN (American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition). Lisa has worked in the field of Nutrition Support for over 25 years. She has held positions at several teaching hospitals for over 15 years. In addition, she has 10 years of experience working for numerous home infusion companies. Lisa is the author of a variety of published articles on Enteral and Parenteral therapy. She has served as a guest speaker for various nationally known organizations and institutions including: Cornell Medical Center, World Health Communications, Inc., Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Abbey Medical and McGaw, Inc. Her other accomplishments include speaking for The World Health Organization discussing “Nutritional Support in the AIDS Patient” and developing an intradialytic therapy program for dialysis units through National Medical Care.
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Who Should Attend
  • RNs
  • RDs
  • DONs
  • Clinicians

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Registration Form
  The Gut Microbiome – Role of Diet and Supplements (Probiotics and Prebiotics)  
Date:
March 8, 2017
Time:
3:00 PM ET

Date:
March 8, 2017
Time:
3:00 PM ET

Overview

Research supports the importance of the gut microbiome and its influence on health and disease management. These microbes have beneficial functions within our body that are relevant to supporting life. It's important to understand the role of microbiota and the factors that negatively impact their function. Changes in the microbiome can trigger cellular events resulting in disease progression. The goal of this webinar is to provide updated research which clarifies the dynamic interplay of diet and probiotic supplementation to help provide clinicians strategies for therapeutic intervention.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the influence of the gut microbiome on human physiology and health
  • Factors and influences affecting the gut microbiome
  • Compare and contrast how diet and dietary supplements (prebiotics, probiotics) influence health outcomes by influencing the gut microflora
  • Association between gut microbiota and disease conditions
  • Review the role of probiotics for the prevention and treatment of various conditions
About the Speaker
Lisa Logan

  Lisa Logan RD, CNSC
Lisa Logan RD, CNSC is a Certified Nutrition Support Clinician and member of the ADA (American Dietetic Association) and ASPEN (American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition). Lisa has worked in the field of Nutrition Support for over 25 years. She has held positions at several teaching hospitals for over 15 years. In addition, she has 10 years of experience working for numerous home infusion companies. Lisa is the author of a variety of published articles on Enteral and Parenteral therapy. She has served as a guest speaker for various nationally known organizations and institutions including: Cornell Medical Center, World Health Communications, Inc., Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Abbey Medical and McGaw, Inc. Her other accomplishments include speaking for The World Health Organization discussing “Nutritional Support in the AIDS Patient” and developing an intradialytic therapy program for dialysis units through National Medical Care.
Who Should Attend
  • RNs
  • RDs
  • DONs
  • Clinicians
 
Webinar Description

Overview

Research supports the importance of the gut microbiome and its influence on health and disease management. These microbes have beneficial functions within our body that are relevant to supporting life. It's important to understand the role of microbiota and the factors that negatively impact their function. Changes in the microbiome can trigger cellular events resulting in disease progression. The goal of this webinar is to provide updated research which clarifies the dynamic interplay of diet and probiotic supplementation to help provide clinicians strategies for therapeutic intervention.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the influence of the gut microbiome on human physiology and health
  • Factors and influences affecting the gut microbiome
  • Compare and contrast how diet and dietary supplements (prebiotics, probiotics) influence health outcomes by influencing the gut microflora
  • Association between gut microbiota and disease conditions
  • Review the role of probiotics for the prevention and treatment of various conditions

About the Speaker
Lisa Logan

Lisa Logan RD, CNSC
Lisa Logan RD, CNSC is a Certified Nutrition Support Clinician and member of the ADA (American Dietetic Association) and ASPEN (American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition). Lisa has worked in the field of Nutrition Support for over 25 years. She has held positions at several teaching hospitals for over 15 years. In addition, she has 10 years of experience working for numerous home infusion companies. Lisa is the author of a variety of published articles on Enteral and Parenteral therapy. She has served as a guest speaker for various nationally known organizations and institutions including: Cornell Medical Center, World Health Communications, Inc., Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Abbey Medical and McGaw, Inc. Her other accomplishments include speaking for The World Health Organization discussing “Nutritional Support in the AIDS Patient” and developing an intradialytic therapy program for dialysis units through National Medical Care.

Who Should Attend
  • RNs
  • RDs
  • DONs
  • Clinicians
Registration Form

 

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