Pediatrics 210: Pediatric Infant Nutrition
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Topic: Pediatrics 210: Pediatric Infant Nutrition
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Heather Bryce, BSEE, MSEE, DC
Course Description: This course explains the nutritional needs of the growing infant relating to a successful pediatrics practice. It explains the when, why and how of solid food introduction. Breast health is detailed explaining the home health care required to encourage milk production and avoid certain dangerous conditions associated with nursing. Videos showing food preparation and introduction of new food to the infant will be shown.
- Milk, the perfect food
- Breast Health
- Baby’s First solid foods
- Weening Calendar
- Food Preparation
- Introducing new foods to baby
- Gain an appreciation for the importance of infant nutrition
- Understand breast health and the challenges of milk production
- Learn what food is best for infant solid food introduction
- Illustrate food preparation
- Show food introduction to an infant
Dr. Heather Bryce earned Electrical Engineering degrees from the University of Texas and worked successfully in that field for years. She then enjoyed raising her little ones while teaching engineering courses at Richland College in Dallas. When her children began school, she returned to school herself and earned her DC and Anatomy degrees from Parker College of Chiropractic. Upon graduation, she immediately began a successful Chiropractic practice in Dallas and treated patients for several years until moving away from Dallas. Continuing her love of education, she was an instructor at the International University in Vienna, Austria and Ukraine for two summers. Aside from writing more than one hundred engineering articles that were published in various engineering magazines and journals, she also wrote an article entitled “Memories – My Last Visit with Dr. Jim Parker” that appeared in the February, 1998, issue of the Texas Journal of Chiropractic. She was a designated doctor for the state of Texas until March 2019.
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