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2019 IPFDC Poster Session

The poster session at Feeding Matters’ 6th International Pediatric Feeding Disorder Conference (IPFDC) will begin with a quick-fire series of 5-minute presentations showcasing the evening’s curated research. This lightning talk will be followed by a traditional poster session, giving all attendees the opportunity to quickly and easily become acquainted with the work being done to further the field as well as a chance to network with colleagues from around the world. The following poster abstracts were reviewed and selected by a committee of Feeding Matters healthcare professional volunteers.

  • A Qualitative Assessment of Cue-Based Feeding with Preterm Infants (poster + lightning talk)
  • A Survey of Speech Language Pathologists' Perceptions Regarding Academic Preparation in Pediatric Dysphagia
  • Association Between Systemic Mealtime Disturbance, Perceived Severity of Behavioral Feeding Problems, and Caregiver Global Stress Within a Community Sample
  • Colonization of Breastfed Infants with B. Infantis EVC001 Restores Gut Microbiome Function
  • Development of a Shortened Version of the Pediatric Eating Assessment Tool (PediEAT) Using Item Response Theory (poster + lightning talk)
  • Defining Successful Feeding: An Evidence Based Systematic Review
  • Feeding and Swallowing Disorders in Malawi: Perspectives and Practices
  • Feeding Tube Dependency - A New Approach (poster + lightning talk)
  • Implementation of IDDSI Framework for Infant Formula: A Guideline for Clinicians and Caregivers
  • Long-Term Outcomes of Phoenix Children's Hospital Outpatient Multidisciplinary Intensive Feeding Therapy Program to Reduce Tube Feeding Dependence in Medically Complex Young Children
  • Neonatal Eating Assessment Tool (NeoEAT) 10-item Screening Questionnaires: Breastfeeding and Bottle Feeding Versions
  • Optimize Infant Oral Outcomes with Zero-Resistance Bottle System
  • Outcome of Gastrostomy Tube in Neonates and Infants: Can GT be Avoided? A Pilot Study (poster + lightning talk)
  • Outcome of Feeding Therapy in a Patient with Severe Malnutrition, Vitamin/Mineral Deficincies and Food Selectivity/Feeding Difficulties
  • Pediatric Feeding Disorders in the Latino Community: Cultural Considerations for the SLP
  • Psychogenic Dysphagia: An Understudied Condition in Young Children and Importance of a Multi-Disciplinary Approach
  • The Intersection of Pediatric Cancer, Medical Trauma, and Feeding Challenges: A Case Study
  • The Use of Behvioral Feeding Treatment to Address Malnutrition in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (poster + lightning talk)
  • There is No Place Like Home: Implementation of Home Gavage Feeding Program in the NICU (poster + lightning talk)

 

Feeding Matters' Poster Session Committee Members

Amy Kathryn Drayton PhD
 
Hayley Henrikson Estrem, PhD, RN
 
Roseanne Lesack, PhD, BCBA-D, ABPP
 
Jill Rabin MS, CCC-SLP/L IBCLC
 
Laura Sayers MA, CCC-SLP
 
Heather Shepard, MS, RD, CSO, CNSC
 
Amanda Spirit-Jones, CPSP
 

 

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