2021 Webinar Series

The following purchase options are available for the session recordings from the 2021 Webinar Series.

Please send an email to eatrighttn@gmail.com with the purchase option you prefer and an invoice will be sent to you along with direct links of the recordings. Upon completion of viewing the presentations, TAND will provide you with CEU certificates.

It's Complicated: Navigating Overlapping Disorders of Gut Brain Interaction

Originally presented by Patsy Catsos on April 1, 2021.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify symptoms that may arise from multiple sources in patients with complex and overlapping gastrointestinal diagnoses.
  • Summarize evidence-based diet recommendations for a variety of disorders of gut-brain interaction.
  • Develop/apply care plans for complex GI patients that are multi-modal and include other members of the healthcare team.

1.00 CPEU Available

Academy Update and Providing Nutrition Services via Telehealth

Originally presented by Keith Ayoob and Linda Farr on April 8, 2021.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify telehealth MNT billing and payment requirements and additional telehealth billing opportunities for outpatient/ambulatory care settings.
  • Describe how the changing legislative and regulatory landscape is creating opportunities for RDNs to deliver care through telehealth.
  • Identify smart business practices for RDNs providing MNT via telehealth.
  • Identify additional resources for telehealth information.

1.50 CPEUs Available

Do Our Genes Determine What We Should Eat?

Originally presented by Ahmed El-Sohemy on April 15, 2021.

Learning Objectives

  • Apply research/evidence-based findings to improve practice, service delivery, and health and nutrition of customers.
  • Apply medical nutrition therapy in disease prevention and management.
  • Integrate new knowledge and skills into practice.

1.00 CPEU Available

The Power of Visual Communications to Promote Healthier Eating

Originally presented by Holly Grainger on April 22, 2021.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the benefits and advantages of using visual cues and digital tools to effectively communicate nutrition science.
  • Review tools, techniques and resources to support effective food and nutrition communication to help motivate behavior change among patients and the public.
  • Outline steps to successfully showcase food on camera, develop inspiring food content and leverage the power of food on social networks to help inspire healthier eating.
  • Learn how to motivate change through visual nutrition communications in the modern media environment.

1.00 CPEU Available

Integrating the Science of Nutrition and the Science of Emotion

Originally presented by Becky Mehr on April 29, 2021.

Learning Objectives

  • Review the unifying conceptualization of eating disorders as emotional disorders.
  • Identify appropriate intervention strategies for food or eating-related avoidance or emotion-driven behaviors.
  • Highlight emotion and affect tolerance building interventions that can be implemented by dietitians as part of nutrition therapy for eating disorders.

1.00 CPEU Available

Single Session Option

Member = $10.00
Non-Member = $15.00
Retired Member = $4.00
Student Member = $0.00

All Sessions Option

Member = $50.00
Non-Member = $75.00
Retired Member = $20.00
Student Member = $0.00