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Improving hospital patients’ nutrition: New technologies and innovations

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Final chance to Register for the USA Webinar!

“Improving hospital patients’ nutrition: New technologies and innovations” Webinar on 6th May 2021 @3pm EST, sponsored by Delegate is just around the corner, have you registered? If not, why not?

Join Dr Shelley Roberts and special guest speaker Sheryl Lozicki as they share their research, knowledge and experience of how NUTRI-TEC can help you!

Objectives:

You will be able to define the key elements of Patient Centered care
Understand how Patient Centered care parameters enhance clinical nutrition and food service operations.
Learn strategies on how to use technology to promote patient engagement in nutrition.
The ability to gain a knowledge of health information technology (HIT) intervention and the benefits to improving  patients’ dietary intakes during hospitalization by engaging them in their nutrition care.

 Register now for our Webinar!

 

Meet the Speakers

Dr Shelley Roberts

Dr Shelley Roberts is an Allied Health Research Fellow and Accredited Practicing Dietitian working in a conjoint research position between Griffith University and Gold Coast Health. Her research focuses on improving nutrition among hospitalized patients, with interests in patient participation in care, health information technology, and knowledge translation. Since 2016, Dr Roberts has led a program of research to develop, implement and evaluate a technology-based intervention that allows patients to actively participate in their nutrition care at the hospital bedside, through patient-led dietary intake tracking and nutritional goal setting and monitoring. This work aims to improve the nutrition intakes and statuses of hospitalized patients, in order to improve outcomes for patients and hospitals.

 

Sheryl Lozicki

Sheryl Lozicki is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with an MBA. She is currently responsible for standardizing clinical nutrition work and creating best practice programs to enhance clinical outcomes within a national healthcare system.  This includes early malnutrition identification and intervention, perioperative nutrition optimization and wound management guidelines in addition to food service initiatives targeting patient satisfaction and colleague knowledge on food service fundamentals with an aim to enhance dietary compliance and improve patient safety.  In addition to her current healthcare experience, Sheryl has worked in university education, senior living, private practice, media and corporate wellness.

To hear all the details, ask your questions about the research and see how NUTRI-TEC could benefit your organization, come join Shelley on the Delegate sponsored “Improving hospital patients’ nutrition: New technologies and innovations” Webinar on 6th May 2021 @ 3pm EST, (1 CEU will be awarded)