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Spring Symposium
From all of us here at Today's Dietitian, we would like to extend a warm thank you to all of our attendees, presenters, sponsors, and volunteers who joined us in Austin last month at our 5th annual continuing education symposium! We had an incredible turnout and we are so thankful for your participation and enthusiasm for your craft. Click here to view the photo gallery and social media feedback!

Credit Claiming for 2018 Attendees
If you haven't yet claimed your credits, you can do so by clicking here and completing an evaluation for each session you attended. You will need the attendee access code listed in the program guide in order to unlock the sessions. Sessions expire for credit on May 23, 2019.

2019 Spring Symposium
For those who were unable to join us in Austin this year or for those planning their 2019 CPEU program, join us next year for our 2019 Symposium in Scottsdale, Arizona, May 19–22, 2019!

The venue, Talking Stick Resort, is Scottsdale's top entertainment destination, a luxury hotel and casino resort located on the Salt-River Pima Maricopa Indian Reservation. The 240,000 square feet property includes a 98,000 square feet casino, 496 guest rooms, 21 meeting rooms, six entertainment lounges and five restaurants. It also contains a 25,000 square feet Grand Ballroom, a spa spanning 13,000 square feet, a fitness center, Showroom that seats 650 and four pools. We'd love for you to be a part of our 6th annual event!

Advance Registration Is Only $199! Click Here To Register

Call for Presenters
Are you interested in presenting at our 2019 Symposium? If so, then we invite you to submit your idea on how you would share your expertise with your colleagues! Individual or group proposals for continuing professional education sessions are now being accepted for consideration. Abstracts will be accepted now through July 15, 2018. In your abstract, please provide a written summary of no more than 250 words setting forth a narrative overview of the proposed content of your presentation. Click here to submit your abstract »

Program information is coming soon to TodaysDietitian.com/SS19.

To learn about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Gigi Grillot at 646-942-2214 or email ggrillot@gvpub.com.
June CE Special
Throughout the month of June, choose the course, webinar, or CEU packages you want for your 2018 "summer session," then use the coupon code JUNE15 at checkout to get 15% off your total purchase. This offer does not include CE Club Memberships or books. Offer valid through June 30, 2018, at 11:59 PM EDT. Click here for coupon details »
Complimentary Live 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. In this complimentary 1 CEU live webinar on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, from 2–3 PM EDT, former CNN executive producer and correspondentĀ Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RDN, LD, shares tips for successful interviewing from the other side of the mic. Sponsored by UNE Online. Click here to register »
Webinar Flash Sale
Register for one of these webinars, get the second one 50% OFF! Use coupon code BOGO50JUNE at checkout. Offer valid through June 25, 2018, at 11:59 PM EDT.

Applying Nutrigenomics in Clinical Practice: The Nuts and Bolts
This 1 CEU live webinar, presented by Sheila Dean, DSc, RD, LD, CCN, IFMCP, on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, from 2–3 PM EDT, is an overview of what nutrigenomics entails and provides several common examples of how unique genes affect nutritional needs and how specific nutrients modulate genetic expression. The nutrigenetic testing landscape will also be discussed, and attendees will leave with a more thorough understanding of potential clinical implementations. Click here to register »

Nutritional Approach to Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
This 1 CEU live webinar, presented by Kate Scarlata, RD, LDN, and William Chey, MD, FACG, AGAF, FACP, RFF, on Thursday, June 28, 2018, from 2–3 PM EDT, will present nutritional approaches for IBS symptom management, as well as how diet may impact functional gut symptoms and how to apply a low-FODMAP diet when working with IBS patients. As an evolving nutritional approach, up-to-date food composition and the latest research will be reviewed. Click here to register »
Expiring Soon
Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
This 2 CEU continuing education course reviews the pathophysiology, symptoms, causes, and treatment for SIBO. In addition, it explores the role dietitians play in identifying SIBO and thus improving nutritional status. Course content appeared as the CPE Monthly in the July 2015 issue of Today's Dietitian. Expires for credit on 6/30/18 at 11:59 PM EDT.
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June CPE Monthly
Components of Healthful Grilling
This continuing education course explores the differences between indirect and direct grilling methods, discusses the techniques for cooking a safe and tasty outdoor meal, and examines the research related to disease risk and consumption of grilled meat. It also explores evidence about optimal grilling practices that support health and reduce risks associated with consumption of heterocyclic amines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.

Vegan Eating Patterns for Diabetes
This continuing education course presents the literature on vegan eating patterns for treating and reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes. It provides nutrition professionals with practical guidelines on how to implement this education into their practices to improve the clinical outcomes and quality of life of their patients with diabetes.
Recorded Webinar
The Role of Nutrition in Infertility: Evaluating the Research
This 1 CEU webinar by Elizabeth Shaw, MS, RDN, CLT, CPT, is intended to serve as a resource for RDNs who are unfamiliar with reproductive nutrition recommendations and are interested in guiding patients with a nutrition plan that is conducive to conception. Click here to register »