Subject: Continuing Education Opportunities

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2020 Spring Symposium
For those who were unable to join us in Scottsdale this year or for those planning their 2020 CPEU program, join us next year for our 2020 Symposium at the Hyatt Regency Savannah in Savannah, Georgia, May 17–20, 2020!

Stay tuned for more details on our 2020 Spring Symposium!

Call for Presenters!
Today's Dietitian invites you to submit your idea for an interesting and informative presentation to deliver at our 7th annual event in Savannah, Georgia, May 17–20, 2020. Individual or group proposals for continuing professional education sessions are now being accepted for consideration. In your abstract, please provide all the information requested in the submission form, including a written summary of no more than 250 words that serves as an overview of the proposed content of your presentation.

Abstracts will be accepted now through July 19, 2019!

Click Here To Submit Your Abstract
June CE Specials
Flash Sale on Recorded Webinars
Now through Sunday, choose any of our 2019 recorded webinars, use coupon code JUNEWATCH5 and save $5 off (25%) each webinar. Offer valid through June 30, 2019, at 11:59 PM EDT. Offer includes recorded webinars from 2019 only and cannot be combined with any other promotion. Click here for details »

June Course Discount
Throughout the month of June, you get a 3rd course FREE when you buy any two of our 2-CEU self-study courses! Visit CE.TodaysDietitian.com to review our online catalog, choose the courses you want, and place them in your cart. Use the coupon code JUNEREFRESH at checkout to get your free course. This offer will end on Sunday, June 30, 2019, at 11:59 PM EDT.
Upcoming Live Webinars
Co-Managing the Thriving Oncology Patient
Co-managing a cancer survivor requires a clearly-defined medical plan and collaboration from all team members. On Wednesday, July 24, 2019, from 2–3 PM EDT, this webinar will focus on the role diet and nutritional factors play in influencing both the quality and duration of life after the diagnosis of cancer. Shayna Komar, RD, will work in collaboration with Chef Nancy Waldeck to show how a partnership made up of different healthcare professionals can work to make a positive impact for a cancer survivor. Click here to register »

Building Meaningful Community Partnerships
Community wellness programs are on the rise, with more consumers looking for healthy living solutions. This webinar, presented by Felicia Porrazza, MDA, RDN, LDN, CPT, on Thursday, August 1, 2019, from 2–3 PM EDT, will provide attendees with an overview of how to build successful community partnerships for wellness implementation. Among other key points, Felicia will discuss the current research on the integration of employee wellness initiatives and how to keep participants engaged throughout the process. Click here to register »

Be a Champion for School Wellness
Join Jill Turley, MS, RD, LD, SNS, on Wednesday, August 7, 2019, from 2–3 PM EDT, as she takes a deep dive into school wellness. In this interactive webinar, Jill will cover what school wellness encompasses and how you can be a champion for school health in both the educational community and your community at large. Click here to register »
Recorded Webinars
PART 1: Changing the Conversation: Culinary Techniques to Meet the Needs of a Client's Diagnosis Without Sacrificing Flavor for Diabetes & Heart Disease
In Part 1 of this 4-part complimentary webinar series, presented by Chef Abbie Gellman, MS, RD, CDN, and Chef Julie Harrington, RD, learn how to educate your clients with evidence‑based science, translated through food along with behavior change techniques. Learn how to evaluate clients’ cooking skills and confidence in the kitchen to set realistic food-focused behavior change goals. Sponsored by Egg Nutrition Center. Click here to register »

PART 2: Changing the Conversation: Culinary Techniques to Meet the Needs of a Client’s Diagnosis Without Sacrificing Flavor for Digestive Disorders
In Part 2 of this 4-part complimentary webinar series, Chef Abbie Gellman, MS, RD, CDN, and Chef Julie Harrington, RD, review how to work with your clients who have digestive disorders so they can enjoy food while managing their diagnoses. The presenters use evidence-based science but translate it through food and behavior change techniques specifically geared toward the client with digestive disorders. Sponsored by Egg Nutrition Center. Click here to register »

Modern Day Human Magnesium Requirements: The RDN's Role
In this complimentary 1-CEU recorded webinar, leading experts Andrea Rosanoff, PhD, and Stella Lucia Volpe, PhD, RDN, ACSM-CEP, FACSM, provide an updated review to help RDs better assess clients' magnesium status in relation to age and gender, help clients adjust magnesium intake, and make appropriate recommendations for magnesium supplementation. Sponsored by Nature Made®. Click here to register »

Goal Diggers: Helping People Change Habits With Positivity and a Non‑Diet, Values‑Driven Approach
In this complimentary 1-CEU recorded webinar, creator of the Body Kindness philosophy, book, and podcast Rebecca Scritchfield, MA, RDN, EP-C, will introduce the science behind the weight inclusive (non-diet) approach and the art of using this approach to achieve positive health and well-being outcomes for people with weight concerns. Sponsored by Love One Today®. Click here to register »

Advancements in the Treatment of Emotional Eating and Binge Eating Disorder
Binge eating disorder (BED) was first identified in 1959; however, it was not formally recognized in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders until 2013. This webinar was presented by Dr. Christy McElroy, PsyD, and Emily Presbrey, MS, RD, LDN, and provided attendees with an understanding of the signs, symptoms, and prevalence of BED, as well as information on the advances and updates in treatment. Click here to register »

Promoting Healthy Portion Sizes
One national trend that is likely to be a key contributor to the rising rates of obesity in the United States is the increase in the size of food and beverage portions. This webinar by Lisa Young, PhD, RDN, CDN, provides an overview of the evidence on trends regarding portion sizes, the influence of portion sizes on food intake, and consumer attitudes regarding portion sizes. Click here to register »

Transforming the Mindset of Hunger
Hunger lurks everywhere in the United States—and few of us feel it. Approximately 40 million people, including 12 million children, struggle to find their next meal. Yet, most health care professionals initially promote the consumption of produce to prevent and manage chronic disease instead of assessing for food access first. In this presentation, Clancy Cash Harrison, MS, RDN, FAND, will review two common misconceptions surrounding food insecurity and explain how making one simple change will improve health outcomes. This topic will be examined even further by Clancy in another upcoming presentation. Click here to register »
Recently Posted
June CPE Monthly: Food Deserts — Understanding Inequity, Seeking Solutions
This continuing education course seeks to improve dietitians' understanding of food deserts as a concept and a reality in both urban and rural settings. Better understanding of food deserts and their implications for health will support growing competence in counseling clients while being conscious of their food access. This course also explores the roles for RDs in addressing problems created by food deserts, including as educators, innovators, and advocates.

Diet Trends: What RDs Need to Know
This continuing education course reviews and analyzes popular diet trends and provides guidance for how RDs can apply this information to nutrition counseling and the development of food and diet recommendations.

Mushrooms: A Nutritional Powerhouse
This continuing education course reviews the nutrient density of edible fungi and the impact mushrooms have on environmental sustainability. Different varietals are compared and contrasted, and their effect on health outcomes such as weight management is discussed.

The Health Benefits of Barley
This continuing education course identifies the nutritional content, health benefits, and culinary uses of barley and provides recommendations for the ways clients can incorporate it into their diets.
Expiring Soon
Recorded Webinar: Nutritional Approach to Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a complex, heterogeneous gastrointestinal disorder that impacts 40-45 million Americans. Food related symptoms are reported frequently in this population. The low FODMAP diet effectively manages symptoms in 50-70% of IBS patients. As there is growing interest in nutritional approaches for IBS symptom management, dietitians should understand how diet may impact functional gut symptoms as well as apply a low FODMAP diet when working with this population. As an evolving nutritional approach, up to date food composition and the latest research will be reviewed. Expires for credit on June 27, 2019, at 11:59 PM EDT.

Recorded Webinar: The Other Side of the Mic: Tips for Conducting Media Interviews
Increasingly many RDNs, rather than being the interviewees, are leading audio and/or video recorded interviews for their personal brands, company websites, blogs, and podcasts. Conducting a media interview with a guest expert takes skill and concentration to guide the interviewee to share the best information and insight within a specific time frame. Former CNN executive producer and correspondent, Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RDN, LD, shares tips for successful interviewing from the other side of the mic. Expires for credit on July 10, 2019, at 11:59 PM EDT.