2018: Winter, Spring, Summer, and FNCE!

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As you’re getting settled into 2018 and thinking through your goals or resolutions, it’s a good time to plan ahead for amassing some CPEUs. On the one hand, the convenience of self-study (AKA do-from-home-in-your-gym-clothes-or-pajamas) courses can’t be beat. On the other hand, the energy created when professionals get together under one roof, can be enthusing or down right thrilling!

With hopes of getting your travel wheels spinning, we’ve gathered this list of events around the country. Enjoy planning a “work” getaway in 2018!

  • January 22nd-25th | Nutrition Science & Practice Conference | by ASPEN
    Las Vegas, NV | $590-$890 (virtual option $425-$725) | 20.5 CPEUs available (19 CPEUs virtual)
    Topics include parenteral nutrition, global practices in nutrition support, fistulas, gut microbiome, lean body mass preservation, nutrition focused physical assessment.
  • February 7-9th | Go Bold 2018 Institute & Expo | by LeadingAge Institute
    St. Paul, MN | $350-$495 | 14 CPEUs available
    Topics include dysphagia, food service, behavioral health, and disaster preparedness.
  • March 25-30th | The Kripalu Approach to Diet | by Kripalu
    Stockbridge, MA | $533 | 20 CPEUs available
    Topics include yoga, meditation, and weight loss.
  • April 30th – May 2nd | Nutrition and Health Conference | by the University of Arizona
    Boston, MA | $749-$1039 | 18.25 CPEUs available
    Topics include: incorporating nutrition into clinical practice, using diet to prevent illness, nutritional recommendations for management of specific conditions, tools to evaluate the latest nutrition research findings, and social and political aspects of diet and health.
  • May 20-23rd | Today’s Dietitian Spring Symposium | by Today’s Dietitian
    Austin, TX | $349+ | 15 CPEUs available
    Topics include cancer, GMOs, sports nutrition, lab assessment, digestive diseases, food sensitivities & allergies, gut microbiome, culinary perspectives, branding, intuitive eating, and mindfulness.
  • June 9-12th | Nutrition 2018 | by American Society for Nutrition
    Boston, MA | Fees yet to be published | Total CPEUs TBD
    Topics include cellular and physiological nutrition/ metabolism, clinical and translational nutrition (Includes “From Research to Practice” practical sessions), global and public health nutrition, population science, food science and systems.
  • July 27-28th | Practical Strategies for Treating Complex Pediatric Feeding Disorders | by Education Resources Inc.
    Temple, TX | $435 | 13.5 CPEUs available
    Topics include: identifying children who are appropriate for oral functional therapy, performing a holistic evaluation for complex feeding problems, identifying the barriers to normal eating patterns and reasonable treatment goals, and developing a holistic treatment approach, including determining treatment priorities and the appropriate intensity of therapy.
  • August 17-20th | AADE Meeting 2018 | by American Association of Diabetes Educators
    Baltimore, MD | Fees yet to be published | 28 CPEUs available
    Education session tracks include: business models, clinical therapeutics of glycemic management, pathophysiology, population health, prevention/delay of type 2 diabetes, psychosocial/behavioral, and technology.

And of course, the largest annual event for dietitians is the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo. This year it takes place in our nation’s capital which is always full of excitement!

  • October 20-23rd | FNCE 2018 | by Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
    Washington, DC | Fees, CPEUs, and session topics are still to be determined.

Where will you go this year?”

Originally Published 1/5/2018

1 Comment

  1. I am already counting down the days to be at FNCE’18 with my company again! Thought anyone reading may enjoy this post all about FNCE, how to plan for it, and how it may be beneficial for you in the field. So excited to meet you all there in October!
    http://blog.gethealthie.com/2018/02/26/fnce-2018-conference/

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