Infant and Young Child Feeding Policy: do primary health care nurses adhere to the HIV breastfeeding recommendations in Limpopo province?

3.0 CPD Points

Introduction

Optimal infant and young child feeding practices are essential to children’s health, growth, development and nutritional status, and protect against illnesses and mortality.1 They also assist in the prevention of childhood obesity and related health problems.2

Who Should Enrol

Registered dietitians, nutritionists, medical doctors, nurses and pharmacists

Course Design

Online Course

Course Highlights

It will deliver value appreciated by registered dietitians, nutritionists, medical doctors, nurses and pharmacists. Ignite thoughts and debate and draw their attention to what might be important.

Learning Outcomes

  • Apply knowledge of the topic in applicable areas of dietetic practice. 
  • Be trusted nutrition advisors amongst their peers.

Assessment

Participants will be assessed by means of a multiple choice questionnaire.

Accreditation

Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)

DT/A01/P00008/2019/00006

3 Clinical points

Certification

Participants are required to pass the assessment with 70%

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