Nutritional management of gastrointestinal disease, hepatic disease, and pancreatic disease


This educational course on Nutritional Management of Gastrointestinal (GI) Disease, Hepatic Disease, and Pancreatic Disease is designed to provide healthcare professionals with an understanding of the role of nutrition in the management of these diseases. The course will cover the latest research and guidelines on dietary interventions for patients with GI, hepatic, and pancreatic diseases.

Throughout the course, healthcare professionals will learn how to assess and monitor patients' nutritional status, identify malnutrition and weight loss, and adjust nutrition plans accordingly. The course will also cover strategies for patient education and adherence to dietary interventions.

By the end of this course, healthcare professionals will have the knowledge and skills to effectively manage the nutritional needs of patients with GI, hepatic, and pancreatic diseases, leading to improved outcomes and quality of life.


  • Assistant Professor of Veterinary Nutrition, Long-Island University-Post Affiliate Faculty, Colorado State University.
  • Clinical Instructor, One Health Faculty Fellow, Colorado State University
  • Senior Research Scientist, Waltham Centre of Pet Nutrition 2013–2016
  • Resident, UC Davis 2007–2013
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