Formula Intolerance and Using an Algorithm to Help Guide Formula Choice - March 25, 2021
This presentation, co-presented with Tanya Hofmekler, MD, will focus on formula intolerance that presents in the WIC office and the current evidence and resources to assist in treatment and management.
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Kylia Crane, RDN, LD
Georgia Chapter - American Academy of Pediatrics
Kylia Crane, RDN, LD is the Nutrition Coordinator of the Georgia Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Kylia serves as a liaison to Georgia WIC by assisting with activities that enhance relationships with the medical community. Through this partnership, Kylia has provided outreach to physicians though national meetings, state meetings, grand rounds, pediatric residency meetings, office visits, and webinars. Through her work at the Georgia Chapter AAP, the Georgia WIC Medical Advisory Committee was created to provide medical expertise and guidance to WIC and develop resources to aid in increased knowledge of WIC polices and procedures for physicians and staff in Georgia. Kylia also facilitates all nutrition related activities and committees of membership including; the Committee on Nutrition, the Healthy Weight Task Force, and the Oral Health Task Force. She is involved with many state efforts that advocate for nutrition and physical activity in children including: Georgia Shape, (a statewide, multi-agency and multi-dimensional childhood obesity initiative), Georgia Breastfeeding Coalition, and serves as an Advisory Board Member for Nutrition4Kids, a nutrition website/learning center with evidence based nutrition articles, videos, and tools for families.
Tatyana "Tanya" Hofmekler, MD
Gi Care for Kids
Dr. Tanya Hofmekler joined the faculty at Emory University after completing her fellowship training. She then completed her master’s in clinical research, studying risk factors for admission among cases of pediatric intestinal failure. At the same time, she helped coordinate interdisciplinary nutrition support rounds between nutritionists and physicians at Egleston Childrens Hospital. Dr. Hofmekler served as the director of the Intestinal Rehabilitation Program at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and has led quality initiatives for the group. She has focused her research on pediatric inflammatory bowel disease and nutrition, publishing in several peer reviewed journals and a book chapter, as well as presenting at national meetings. Since joining GI Care for Kids, Dr. Hofmekler has become the chair of nutrition for the Georgia AAP.