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Cindy Kosch, MS
Chair, Nutrition and Dietetics
School of Allied Health Professions
Assistant Professor, Nutrition and Dietetics
School of Allied Health Professions
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
3/2007 - 6/2007 DTCS 343 Medical Nutrition Therapy II
Basic biochemical and pathophysiologic processes that necessitate dietary modifications in the clinical management of the patient with pulmonary disease, digestive disorders, disorders of the liver, biliary system, and pancreas, alcoholism, renal disease, solid-organ transplantation, sepsis, trauma, metabolic disorders, and neurologic disorders. Lecture hours: 2 per week, Practicum 9 hours per week
1/2007 - 3/2013

DTCS 453 Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy


Case-study approach to the theory and application of critical-care nutrition to complex medical conditions. Interpretation and synthesis of the following information: fluid and electrolyte balance, acid/base balance, vital signs, ICU monitoring forms, interpretation of laboratory data and diagnostic tests, medical and surgical history, and drug/nutrient interactions. Focus on a problem-list approach to nutrition assessment, documentation, intervention, and outcome evaluation. Per week: lecture 2 hours, practicum 6 hours

9/2006 - 12/2013

DTCS 452 Advanced Nutrition


Advanced topics of normal nutrition presented, with emphasis on case studies to illuminate metabolic pathways and effects of disease. Lecture hours: 4 per week

3/2005 - 6/2013

DTCS 343 Medical Nutrition Therapy II


Basic biochemical and pathophysiologic processes that necessitate dietary modifications in the clinical management of the patient with pulmonary disease, digestive disorders, disorders of the liver, biliary system, and pancreas, alcoholism, renal disease, organ tranplantation, sepsis, trauma, metabolic disorders, and neurologic disorders. Per week: lecture 2 hours, practicum 9 hours.

1/2005 - 3/2013

DTCS 453 Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy


Case-study approach to the theory and application of critical-care nutrition to complex medical conditions. Interpretation and synthesis of the following information: fluid and electrolyte balance, acid/base balance, vital signs, ICU monitoring forms, interpretation of laboratory data and diagnostic tests, medical and surgical history, and drug/nutrient interactions. Focus on a problem-list approach to nutrition assessment, documentation, intervention, and outcome evaluation. Clinical rotation in critical-care setting. Per week: lecture 2 hours, practicum 6 hours.

9/2004 - 12/2013

DTCS 452 Advanced Nutrition


Advanced topics of normal nutrition presented, with emphasis on case studies to illuminate metabolic pathways and effects of disease.

Administrative Teaching Roles
 
3/2006 - 6/2006 DTCS 343 Medical Nutrition Therapy II
Course coordinator
1/2006 - 3/2006 DTCS 453 Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy
Course coordinator
9/2005 - 12/2005 DTCS 452 Advanced Nutrition
Course coordinator
9/2004 - 6/2013

DTC S 343 Medical Nutrition Therapy II, DTCS 452 Advanced Nutrition, DTCS 453 Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy


Course Coordinator for above mentioned courses.