Medical Nutrition Therapy: Updates in Diabetes, Chronic Wounds & Cancer

Medical Nutrition Therapy: Updates in Diabetes, Chronic Wounds & Cancer

Tuesday, 2 April 2019, 500pm – 930pm

Bagnall Point, Pelican Village, St. Michael

Cost: BDS$60 – All Participants; Students: $40

Guest Presenter: Dr. Long Wang, Physician/ Registered Dietitian, California State University

CPE Credit Available

Medical nutrition therapy is now regarded as a pillar in the prevention and management of several chronic medical conditions. A sound understanding and application of nutrition principles is critical in the management of diabetes and diabetic foot ulceration. Cancer and cancer therapies can wreak havoc on the constitution of the patient, and nutrition plays a pivotal role in prevention, treatment and recovery. Join us as we explore the pathophysiological basis and latest updates in medical nutrition therapy in relation to diabetes, diabetic foot ulceration and cancer. Physicians, nurses, nutrition professionals, allied health professionals, students and those with a specific interest are welcomed. CPE credit is available.

Topics Include:

  • Macro & Micronutrients and Impact on Health in 2019: A Practical Perspective
  • Practical Assessment of Nutrition Status
  • Updates & New Trends in Nutrition & Diabetes
  • The Chronic Wound Microenvironment & its Impact
  • Impact of Cancer & Cancer Treatments on the Human Body
  • Medical Nutrition Therapy in Cancer




Select TicketPal Locations:

Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, St. Michael

Origin Boutique, Limegrove, St. James

A & B Music Supplies, Sheraton Mall, Christ Church

Payment pick-up: 253-9384 (text or whatsapp)

Queries:; 269-6193/ 253-9384

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