Malnutrition in Advanced Liver Disease

CPD
33m
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Lecture Overview

Malnutrition is common in liver disease patients. This comprehensive lecture from Kate Hamilton provides some easy and reliable ways to assess a person’s nutritional status as well as how nurses can help to supplement and improve those suffering from chronic liver disease in their care.

Educators

Portrait of Kate Hamilton
Kate Hamilton

Kate Hamilton is a senior clinical dietitian at Austin Health. Kate has worked for Austin Health for 14 years. She has mainly worked across critical care and surgical nutrition and has been with the liver transplant unit for almost 10 years. In addition to her clinical load Kate participates in research and is an active member of the Dietitians Association of Australia. See Educator Profile

Details
CPD33m of CPD
First Published18 October 2017
Updated18 October 2017
Expires
18 September 2019
Topics
Hepatic
Chronic Illness
Nutrition
Diet
Alcohol
Preventative Health
General Practice
Allied Health
Weight Management
Complementary Therapies
Healthy Lifestyle Counselling
Lipids and Metabolic
Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
Treatments
Primary Health Care
Bone and Mineral Disorders
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