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Part I: Picky Eating training module

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This is a 3 part training module and will provide guidance on how to make a nutritional assessment of a child with Picky Eating including assessing the behavioral/eating pattern aspects that may be of concern. It also contains practical advice for HCPs to give to parents on how to support their child with Picky Eating.
Part I - Nutritional Assessment and Management of Picky Eating

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