Online Courses

MENTOR - Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource

  • Glutaric Aciduria Type 1
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by

    NEW Nutricia 171 x 51

    MENTOR, Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a
    series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic
    disorders.

    GLUTARIC ACIDURIA TYPE 1

    Krista Viau PhD, RD – Children’s Hospital of Boston

    The course on Glutaric Aciduria Type 1 includes information on disease-specific
    biochemistry, nutrition management and monitoring.  Diet calculations are
    demonstrated at the end of the presentation.



    MENTOR is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well
    as other health care professionals.  Participants will earn 2 hours of CPE
    credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after completing the
    post-test.  Feedback about this activity can be sent directly to CDR.

    MENTOR provides broad guidance on the management of metabolic
    disorders.  It should not be relied upon for medical decisions or diet
    management advice and participants should confer with their medical team
    regarding specific patient management decisions.  Adherence to these
    recommendations will not ensure beneficial outcome in all affected
    individuals.  Clinical assessments must be made by experienced healthcare
    professional(s) and should include discussions of therapeutic options with
    affected individuals and their families.  The information, software and
    services included in or available through MENTOR may include inaccuracies or
    typographical errors.  To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law,
    in no event shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages
    whatsoever, including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way
    connected with, the MENTOR program.

    All
    materials are property of Met Ed.


  • Hereditary Tyrosinemia Type 1
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by:


    MENTOR, Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a
    series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic
    disorders.

    Hereditary Tyrosinemia Type 1

    Ligia Smith RD, CSP, LDN – Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

    The course on Hereditary Tyrosinemia Type 1 includes information on
    disease-specific biochemistry, nutrition management and monitoring.  Diet
    calculations are demonstrated at the end of the presentation.


    MENTOR is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well
    as other health care professionals.  Participants will earn 2 hours of CPE
    credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after completing the
    post-test.


    MENTOR provides broad guidance on the management of metabolic
    disorders.  It should not be relied upon for medical decisions or diet
    management advice and participants should confer with their medical team
    regarding specific patient management decisions.  Adherence to these
    recommendations will not ensure beneficial outcome in all affected
    individuals.  Clinical assessments must be made by experienced healthcare
    professional(s) and should include discussions of therapeutic options with
    affected individuals and their families.  The information, software and
    services included in or available through MENTOR may include inaccuracies or
    typographical errors.  To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law,
    in no event shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages
    whatsoever, including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way
    connected with, the MENTOR program.

    All materials are property of Met Ed.

  • Homocystinuria
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by:

    NEW Nutricia 171 x 52

    MENTOR, Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a
    series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic
    disorders.

    HOMOCYSTINURIA

    Part 1 - Classical Homocystinuria Due to Cystathionine Beta Synthase Deficiency
    Part 2 - Homocystinuria Due to Cobalamin Defects

    Ann-Marie Roberts RD, CNSC – Valley Children’s Hospital

    The course on Homocystinuria includes information on disease-specific
    biochemistry, nutrition management and monitoring.  Diet calculations are
    demonstrated at the end of the presentation.

    MENTOR is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well
    as other health care professionals.  Participants will earn 2 hours of CPE
    credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after completing the
    post-test.  Feedback about this activity can be sent directly to CDR.

    MENTOR provides broad guidance on the management of metabolic
    disorders.  It should not be relied upon for medical decisions or diet
    management advice and participants should confer with their medical team
    regarding specific patient management decisions.  Adherence to these
    recommendations will not ensure beneficial outcome in all affected
    individuals.  Clinical assessments must be made by experienced healthcare
    professional(s) and should include discussions of therapeutic options with affected
    individuals and their families.  The information, software and services
    included in or available through MENTOR may include inaccuracies or
    typographical errors.  To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law,
    in no event shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages
    whatsoever, including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way
    connected with, the MENTOR program.
     

    All materials are property of Met Ed.

  • Long Chain Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by:


    Nutricia NEW     Nutricia NEW

    MENTOR, Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic disorders.

    LONG CHAIN FATTY ACID OXIDATION DISORDERS

    Fran Rohr, MS, RD - Dietitian, Metabolic Clinic, Boston Children's Hospital

    The course on Long Chain Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders includes information on disease-specific biochemistry, nutrition
    management and monitoring.  Diet calculations are demonstrated at the end of the presentation.

    MENTOR is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well as other health care professionals.  Participants will earn 2 hours of CPE credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after completing the post-test.  Feedback about this activity can be sent directly to CDR.

    MENTOR provides broad guidance on the management of metabolic disorders.  It should not be relied upon for medical decisions or diet management advice and participants should confer with their medical team regarding specific patient management decisions.  Adherence to these recommendations will not ensure beneficial outcome in all affected individuals.  Clinical assessments must be made by experienced healthcare professional(s) and should include discussions of therapeutic options with affected individuals and their families.  The information, software and services included in or available through MENTOR may include inaccuracies or typographical errors.  To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages whatsoever, including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way connected with, the MENTOR program.

    All materials are property of Met Ed.


  • Maple Syrup Urine Disease
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by:


    Nutricia NEW     

    MENTOR, Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic disorders.

    MAPLE SYRUP URINE DISEASE

    Sandy van Calcar PhD, RD, LD - Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, Orego


    The course on Maple Syrup Urine Disease includes information on disease-specific biochemistry, nutrition
    management and monitoring.  Diet calculations are demonstrated at the end of the presentation.

    MENTOR
    is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as
    well as other health care professionals.  Participants will earn 2 hours
    of CPE credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after
    completing the post-test.  Feedback about this activity can be sent directly to CDR.

    MENTOR provides broad guidance on
    the management of metabolic disorders.  It should not be relied upon for
    medical decisions or diet management advice and participants should
    confer with their medical team regarding specific patient management
    decisions.  Adherence to these recommendations will not ensure
    beneficial outcome in all affected individuals.  Clinical assessments
    must be made by experienced healthcare professional(s) and should
    include discussions of therapeutic options with affected individuals and
    their families.  The information, software and services included in or
    available through MENTOR may include inaccuracies or typographical
    errors.  To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event
    shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages whatsoever,
    including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way
    connected with, the MENTOR program.


    All materials are property of Met Ed.


  • Mucopolysaccharidoses
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by:


    MENTOR, Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a
    series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic
    disorders.

    MUCOPOLYSACCHARIDOSES

    Janell Kierstein, MS, CGC – University of Coloradco

    The course on Mucopolysaccharidoses includes information on disease-specific
    biochemistry, nutrition management and monitoring.  Diet calculations are
    demonstrated at the end of the presentation.

    MENTOR is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well
    as other health care professionals.  Participants will earn 2 hours of CPE
    credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after completing the
    post-test.  Feedback about this activity can be sent directly to CDR.


    MENTOR provides broad guidance on the management of metabolic
    disorders.  It should not be relied upon for medical decisions or diet
    management advice and participants should confer with their medical team
    regarding specific patient management decisions.  Adherence to these
    recommendations will not ensure beneficial outcome in all affected
    individuals.  Clinical assessments must be made by experienced healthcare
    professional(s) and should include discussions of therapeutic options with
    affected individuals and their families.  The information, software and
    services included in or available through MENTOR may include inaccuracies or
    typographical errors.  To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law,
    in no event shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages
    whatsoever, including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way
    connected with, the MENTOR program.

    All materials are property of Met Ed.


  • Phenylketonuria
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by:


    MENTOR,  Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic disorders.

    PHENYLKETONURIA

    Topic 1) Phenylketonuria - Part I:  Nutrition Management of Phenylketonuria

    Sandy van Calcar PhD, RD, LD-Metabolic Dietitian, Metabolism Program Assistant Professor,
    Department of Molecular and Medical Genetics, Oregon Health and Science
    University

    Topic 2) Phenylketonuria - Part II:  PKU Treatment

    Elaina Jurecki, MS, RD-Executive Director, Global Medical
    Affairs, BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc.


    The Phenylketonuria course includes information on disease-specific biochemistry, nutrition management and treatment. Diet calculations are demonstrated in Phenylketonuria - Part I.

    MENTOR
    is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well as other health care professionals. Participants will earn 4 hours of CPE credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after completing both topics' post-tests.  Feedback about this activity can be sent directly to CDR.

    MENTOR provides broad guidance on the management of metabolic disorders.  It should not be relied upon for medical decisions or diet management advice and participants should confer with their medical team regarding specific patient management decisions.  Adherence to these recommendations will not ensure beneficial outcome in all affected individuals.  Clinical assessments must be made by experienced healthcare professional(s) and should include discussions of therapeutic options with affected individuals and their families.  The information, software and services included in or available through MENTOR may include inaccuracies or typographical errors.  To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages whatsoever, including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way connected with the MENTOR program. 

    All materials are property of Met Ed.

     

  • Propionic and Methylmalonic Acidemia
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by:


    Nutricia NEW

    MENTOR, Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic disorders.

    PROPIONIC AND METHYLMALONIC ACIDEMIA

    Mary Sowa, MS, RD - Dietitian, Metabolic Clinic, CHOC Children's

    The course on Propionic and Methylmalonic Acidemia includes information on disease-specific biochemistry, nutrition management and monitoring. Diet calculations are demonstrated at the end of the presentation.

    MENTOR is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well as other health care professionals. Participants will earn 2 hours of CPE credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after completing the post-test.  Feedback about this activity can be sent directly to CDR.

    MENTOR provides broad guidance on the management of metabolic disorders. It should not be relied upon for medical decisions or diet management advice and participants should confer with their medical team regarding specific patient management decisions. Adherence to these recommendations will not ensure beneficial outcome in all affected individuals. Clinical assessments must be made by experienced healthcare professional(s) and should include discussions of therapeutic options with affected individuals and their families.  The information, software and services included in or available through MENTOR  may include inaccuracies or typographical errors. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages whatsoever, including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way connected with, the MENTOR program.

    All materials are property of Met Ed.

  • Urea Cycle Disorders
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    This course is available at no charge and is supported by

    Horizon Pharma 199 x 65

    Horizon Pharma 199 x 65

    MENTOR, Met Ed Nutrition Training Online Resource, is a
    series of courses and topics on the nutrition management of metabolic
    disorders.

    UREA CYCLE DISORDERS

    Erin MacLeod PhD, RD, LD – Children’s National Health System

    The course on Urea Cycle Disorders includes information on disease-specific
    biochemistry, nutrition management and monitoring.  Diet calculations are
    demonstrated at the end of the presentation.



    MENTOR is ideal for new dietitians or those wanting a refresher course, as well
    as other health care professionals.  Participants will earn 2 hours of CPE
    credit from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics after completing the
    post-test.  Feedback about this activity can be sent directly to CDR.

    MENTOR provides broad guidance on the management of metabolic
    disorders.  It should not be relied upon for medical decisions or diet
    management advice and participants should confer with their medical team
    regarding specific patient management decisions.  Adherence to these
    recommendations will not ensure beneficial outcome in all affected
    individuals.  Clinical assessments must be made by experienced healthcare
    professional(s) and should include discussions of therapeutic options with
    affected individuals and their families.  The information, software and
    services included in or available through MENTOR may include inaccuracies or
    typographical errors.  To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law,
    in no event shall Met Ed and/or its suppliers be liable for any damages
    whatsoever, including damages for loss of use arising out of, or in any way
    connected with, the MENTOR program.

    All
    materials are property of Met Ed.