About Amy Hess-Fischl , MS, RD, LDN, BC-ADM, CDE
Amy Hess-Fischl, MS, RD, LDN, BC-ADM, CDE is an Advanced Practice Dietician and Program Coordinator for the Teen and Adolescent Diabetes Transition Program at the University of Chicago’s Kovler Diabetes Center.
Her professional activities include writing CE test items for the American Association of Diabetes Educators, reviewing submissions for the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, and participating on the advisory boards of Nature’s Way, Dreamfields Pasta, and Jolly Time Popcorn.
She completed her undergraduate degree at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL. While earning her Master of Science degree from Mount Mary College in Milwaukee, WI, she researched the effect evening snacks have on blood sugars of patients with type 1 diabetes.
Hess AL, Seibert T. Insulin and Insulin Delivery Devices - Tools to Implement Intensive Treatment. Spring 2000. On The Cutting Edge. Diabetes Care and Education Practice Group. American Dietetic Association. Volume 21, Number 2.
Hess-Fischl A. Practical Management of Patient with Diabetes in Critical Care. April-June 2004. Critical Care Nursing Quarterly. Volume 27, Number 2. 189-200.
Evert A, Hess-Fischl A. Pediatric Nutrition Resources for the Patient and the Health Professional, American Dietetic Association 2005.
Power Foods to Combat Cancer Risk. Summer 1997 On Health (regional publication of St. James Hospital and Health Centers).
Here Comes the Sun! Healthy Eating During the Summer. Summer 1998 On Health.
Food For Thought: Back to School Basics for Active Youngsters. Fall 1998 On Health.
Herbs for Health. Winter 1998 On Health.
The Food Guide Pyramid for Young Children: Building Healthy Muscles, Bones, and Eating Habits. Winter 1999 On Health.
Simply Cooking. October 2002. Diabetes Self-Management.
Nutrition Resources on The Web. May 2003. Diabetes Self-Management.
Articles Written by Amy Hess-Fischl , MS, RD, LDN, BC-ADM, CDE
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