Dietitian course


27 – 28 November , 2020


The course aims to provide information to healthcare professionals who are looking for guidance on practically relevant issues to do with the nutrition of infants and children.

The topics will cover: food allergy and GIT , Metabolic Disorder and Endocrine ,  nutritional challenges in special conditions.

The course will be 2 days learning session from (11.00 am -4.00pm) which are combining different topic in pediatric nutrition.
Each lecture will take between 45-50 minutes which include lectures, case study presentation and open discussions.

At the end the attendee will get a certificate from(Saudi Commission for health and specialists)


Why this course will benefit you?

 The course is specifically designed to educate and upskill participants in the basics and complexities of dietetic management in infant and children. It not only highlights and identifies the current guidelines and evidence, but also provides the ‘how to’ when managing these patients in every day practice.

Together, we can help enhance the quality of feeding for healthy infants and children as well as improve the standards of nutritional care for sick children.

Target audience

  • Students dietitian or interns.
  • Health care professionals.
  • GPs and other medical officers with a special interest in pediatrics nutrition.



  • The goal of this pediatric nutrition continuing education course is to expand the knowledge and skills of dietitians in assessing and treating pediatric patients to improve their health, growth, and outcomes.

 After attending this course, you will be able to:

  • Compare and contrast different calorie recommendations for children with special healthcare needs.
  • Calculate energy, protein needs.
  • Use knowledge regarding pediatric to select appropriate nutrient goals.


Learning outcomes

  • On successful completion of the course attendee will be able to:
  • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the theory of human nutrition and dietetics as it applies to pediatrics.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the etiology, pathophysiology and clinical features of pediatric diseases and conditions that require dietary modification.
  • Translate current scientific knowledge of pediatric diseases and conditions into practical nutritional advice for children and their families.
  • Demonstrate a professional approach to dietetic practice.

Organizer committee

Miss.Shahd M.Naghi

Chairmen of Dietitian Scientific Committee

Senior Clinical Dietitian
Clinical Nutrition Department
King Abdul Aziz University Hospital


Table of lecture and speakers

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200 SR