Edge Nutrition Crash Courses

Video conference with your dietetic interns to review clinical content, tips for success, and real-life clinical scenarios to prepare for rotations. Best used in companion with the Nutrition Support Skills course.

Enteral and parenteral nutrition indications, access, anatomy review, formulas, feeding, calculations, monitoring and evaluation.

Students will be administered a 15-item pre and post test to gauge outcomes.

Also included for each student: clinical vocabulary sheet and enteral formulary card.

$450 investment for up to 6 students, $50 for each additional student (custom pricing available for large cohorts)

Expectations, interacting with patients, advocating for patients, diabetes, renal, pulmonary, malnutrition, wounds, gastrointestinal diseases, bariatric surgery, nutrition-focused physical exam with micronutrients, charting, ethics, refeeding syndrome, enteral nutrition, parenteral nutrition, sedating medications, vasopressors, PES statements, dysphasia, sepsis, trivia, Q&A.

Each intern will be administered a 15-item pre and post test to gague outcomes.

Also provided for each intern: evidence-based resources guide and clinical vocabulary worksheet with answer key.

$450 investment for up to 6 students, $50 for each additional student (custom pricing available for large cohorts)

Intern confidence grew by 75% after completing the Nutrition Support Skills Crash Course!

Intern competence (correct answers on a quiz) grew by 71% after taking the course.

“Interns universally appreciated Sara’s thorough and detailed seminar. We feel it prepared them extremely well to embark upon their clinical rotations.” 

– BeWell Solutions DI Directors

“Sara is a wonderful teacher, and presented the [Crash Course] in a highly relevant and practical way. Because of this experience, I know our dietetic interns will feel more confident and prepared as they enter their clinical rotations.”

– Leslie Cunningham-Sabo, PhD, RDN; Director of the Coordinated Master’s Program in Dietetics, Colorado State University

Emma2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"It provided lots of information that made me feel more confident in my knowledge and skills as a dietetic intern."
Amanda2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"I feel more knowledgeable in applying EN and PN concepts to onsite situations I may experience in the future."
Candacy2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"In some cases , I learned a lot of new information that I didn't get in undergrad."
Angela2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"EN and PN are can be challenging and overwhelming. The experience, reasoning behind why and how an RDN can go about choosing placement, formulas and advocating for a patient was extremely informative."
Sandra2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"It helped me remember the things I learned in undergrad. It has very helpful because I have been out of school for three years and was not feeling very confident about my clinical rotation. This course has helped me gain some confidence for my clinical rotation starting next week!"
Mary2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"The presenter was awesome- super knowledgeable and made the information easily understood."
Angela2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"Comprehensive coverage of EN and PN. The trivia was great because it was interactive and tested our knowledge. Vocabulary sheet with room for notes was helpful to follow along."
Alyssa2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"It was very clear what information was useful vs. in my MNT class we learned a lot of fluff that is not directly relevant."
Theresa 2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"This course had great information and was taught well. The material was well-explained and presented at a good pace. I would recommend this course to a colleague."
Jenny2021 dietetic intern and Crash Course student
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"It was really great to have a refresher on the calculation process. The step by step flow of calculation made it really clear."
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