PCP Contributions at Clinical Nutrition Week


Published on February 18, 2017

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy contributions at American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (A.S.P.E.N.) Clinical Nutrition Week (February 18-21, 2017, Orlando, FL):

  • Diana Solomon (Class of 2016) was recognized as the A.S.P.E.N. New Practitioner Award recipient for the Pharmacy Practice Section.
  • Basic Skills in Parenteral Nutrition Management: It’s All About the Acid-Base, No Trouble: Identification and Treatment of Simple Acid-Base Disorders: presentation by Angela Bingham
  • Nutrition and Metabolism Research Paper Session: Parenteral Nutrition— Metabolic complications occur more frequently in elderly patients receiving parenteral nutrition; high scoring abstract selected as one of six parenteral nutrition abstracts for oral presentation; Research team: AngelaBingham, Laura Pontiggia, Laura Siemianowski, Colleen Smith, Rich Song, Jim Hollands
  • Parenteral Nutrition Appropriateness Consensus Recommendations: Monitoring Parameters to Promote Optimal Parenteral Nutrition Therapy: presentation by Angela Bingham as a representative for task force; Angela served on the Parenteral Nutrition Appropriateness Consensus Task Force for A.S.P.E.N. since 2014 with 11 multidisciplinary clinicians. This effort resulted in consensus recommendations regarding “When is Parenteral Nutrition Appropriate?” which was published online ahead of print on 2/17 and presentation at Clinical Nutrition Week. (http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/0148607117695251)

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