Eating Disorders: How Dietitians can Help without Harming
I'm looking forward to leading this webinar for the Academy of Nutrition + Women's Health Dietetic Practice Group on 4/19, entitled "Eating Disorders: How Dietitians can Help without Harming."
If you're a nutrition professional working in the field of eating disorders, please consider joining! See below for more info.
Need CEU's? Register now for our upcoming webinar on 4/19/18 @ 12:00pm EST — Eating Disorders: How Dietitians can Help without Harming, Linsday Krasna MA, EdM, RD, CEDRD, CDN
Approved for 1 CPEU
Description: Eating Disorders (EDs) are complex illnesses that can have deleterious consequences on a patient’s psychological, emotional and physical well-being. Rates of EDs and disordered eating are on the rise, and disproportionately affect women. Registered Dietitian-Nutritionists (RDNs) in a variety of practice settings have an increasing responsibly and opportunity to help these patients improve their overall health with more adaptive eating behaviors and balanced nutritional intake. This webinar will discuss the role of the RDN in evidenced-based nutritional care for patients with EDs and those with disordered eating patterns. Specific strategies and tools will be discussed for direct clinical application. A case-study will be used to elucidate the talking points. Time for Q&A will also be allotted towards the end of the webinar.
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