Empowering nutrition support courses for dietitians.
Build your confidence in clinical nutrition.
Edge Nutrition sells the only virtual nutrition support course that educates and empowers dietitians. Built by a nutrition support expert and seasoned clinical preceptor who regularly practices clinical nutrition, Edge’s Nutrition Support Skills Course provides relevant, up-to-date clinical nutrition content. Say goodbye to dense textbooks, boring webinars, and case studies that make no sense!
Meet Your Instructor
Sara Griffin, MS, RDN, CNSC is a currently practicing clinical dietitian specializing in critical care nutrition & nutrition support.
She has precepted dozens of interns, and has received accolades for her precepting work. Sara was selected as Colorado Dietitian of the Year, and has been nominated for an award by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is a CDR-certified CPEU provider. Learn more about Sara here.
The Nutrition Support Skills course has helped current and future dietitians thrive in Denver CO, Salem MA, Washington D.C., Sacramento CA, Seattle WA, Los Angeles CA, Philadelphia PA, El Paso TX, New York City, Ontario Canada, and Abu Dhabi.
Did you know nutrition support dietitians are among the highest paid dietitians in the clinical world?
It’s true. The dietetics space is changing rapidly, and dietitians who want to be paid what they’re worth need to specialize. Nutrition support expertise, with or without CNSC, can earn you more $$. If you want to make more money as a clinical dietitian, you’re in the right place.
Nutrition Support Competency Questions
Does every diabetic patient need a diabetic formula? What types of renal formulas are available? What is a peptide-based formula? What are the pros and cons of concentrated formulas? These and many more questions are answered in the Nutrition Support Skills course. Best of all, I break down enteral nutrition calculations into simple, straightforward lessons so even if you’re not a math whiz, you will quickly become proficient at busting out a tube feeding order.
If the gut works, use it. Sounds simple enough, but indications and contraindications for parenteral nutrition are often confusing. I dedicate several modules of the Nutrition Support Skills course to parenteral nutrition and delve into all the details of PPN, CPN and intravenous access.
This is a loaded question. The short answer is maybe and the long answer is seriously complicated. I explain it all in the Nutrition Support Skills course.
It’s no surprise that fiber is my favorite topic. This functional little nutrient is so crucial, but can be dangerous for some patients at some points in critical illness. A thorough understanding of the benefits of fiber and the situations where we need to use caution is so important for the nutrition professional.