Karoline Pahsini holds a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Vienna. She is currently working as a research assistant and clinical psychologist at the University Children’s Clinic Graz, Austria. Furthermore, she holds a doctor´s degree in medical sciences with a focus on lifestyle related diseases at the Medical University of Graz. Karoline Pahsini has gained an extensive array of professional experience, advising the University of Applied Sciences of Vienna in applicant selection. As a certified coach for adult vocational training, she has been helping unemployed teenagers re-enter the workforce by building up their skill base as well as working as a supervising tutor for low-income children with the organisation “Kinderfreunde” Austria. She has undergone numerous trainings in the fields of nutrition, eating disorders, attachment and childhood. Karoline Pahsini is responsible for data analysis and research as well as for patient support in Austria and Switzerland and psychological coaching during the tube weaning process.
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Today, survival is not uncommon for children under 500 grams and bordering the 23 and 24 weeks of gestation. What are the needs of premature children?
What about children whose food repertoire becomes limited to fewer than five options and who, after weeks or even months, can’t allow for even the smallest alterations?
Subscribe today to get our latest articles and e-books right to your inbox: We frequently work with children born with a range of genetic syndromes.
History, advantages and disadvantages of blended food and tube formula.
Tube dependency is considered as one of the most common side effect of enteral feeding. Find out other side effects in this article.