Webinars

Recorded webinars, webcasts and other online learning opportunities with related CPE are available to non-PNPG members for a fee ($24 Academy Members; $54 non-Academy Members).

Current Offerings for non-PNPG Members

  • Webinar: The FODMAP Journey: The What, Why and How of the Diet Plan

    • Slides from webinar presented by Kristi King, MPH, RDN, LD on November 19, 2014.  No CPE's available for viewing the slides only.

CPEU Webinars

Healthy Beginnings: Helping Mom and Baby Thrive in Early Life

Presenters: Carol Danaher, MPH, RD & Erin Palinski-Wade, RD, CDE, LDN, CPT

Webinar Description: Foods provided during the first 24 months of life can impact a child’s future taste preferences, food choices and overall health. Moreover, it is important to establish positive eating attitudes and skills at a young age. With its soft texture, nutrient-dense profile and neutral flavor, fresh avocado makes an ideal first food for children and may serve as a gateway food to more nutritious eating patterns across their lifespan. This session will review the latest research on the role of avocados in maternal nutrition and infant/toddler dynamic feeding practices. Tips and approaches will be shared that will help health professionals translate the science through dietary application, so clients can enact simple lifestyle changes for optimal maternal and infant/toddler health.

Learning Objectives

Following the webinar, the attendee will be able to:

  • Recognize the role various nutrients play in supporting positive health outcomes, specifically for maternal and infant/toddler nutrition 
  • Develop messages on the best practices for infant/toddler feeding through dietary approaches, such as dynamic feeding
  • Integrate the latest research on avocados as first foods for babies into food pairing plans and menu models to help boost intake of nutrients needed to support infant/toddler health

CPE level: Level 2: General knowledge of the literature and professional practice in areas covered

1 CPEU

CPEU Expiration Date: 11/20/2022

At the end of the recording, there will be a short survey.  Once the survey is done, the CPE certificate will  be available.


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Current Trends in Food Allergies and the Critical Role of Health Care Professionals

Webinar Description: Ruchi Gupta, M.D., M.P.H, with Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), will discuss the prevalence of food allergies in the U.S. and possible reasons for increasing rates. Current research and recommendations on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of food allergies will also be covered. The webinar will discuss the vital role registered dietitian nutritionists play in food allergy management, including helping clients avoid allergens, maintaining optimal nutrition status and navigating challenges.

Learning Objectives:

Following the webinar, the attendee will be able to:

  1. Discuss the current prevalence of food allergies in the U.S. and potential reasons for increased occurrence.
  2. Identify current guidelines for the prevention of food allergies.
  3. Provide clients and client family members with nutritional guidance to manage food allergies.

CPE level: Level 2: General knowledge of the literature and professional practice in areas covered

1 CPEU

CPEU Expiration Date: 8/2/2022

At the end of the recording, there will be a short survey.  Once the survey is done, the CPE certificate will  be available. 


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Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) From Diagnosis to Management Webinar

Webinar Speakers: Raquel Durbin, MS,RD,CSP, LDN

Description: Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome

Learning Objectives:

  1. The attendee will be able to explain the presentation and diagnostic criteria for food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome, FPIES
  2. The attendee will be able to implement appropriate food avoidance and food introduction strategies with patients diagnosed with FPIES.
  3. The attendee will be able to identify potential nutrient deficiencies experienced in the setting of FPIES and provide interventions for correction.

CPEU Expiration Date : 04/09/22

1 CPEU

At the end of the recording, there will be a short survey.  Once the survey is done, the CPE certificate will  be available.


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Eosinophilic Esophagitis: from Diagnosis to Management

Webinar Speakers: Alexia Beauregard, MS, RD, CSP 

Description: Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) is increasing in prevalence and is getting diagnosed at all ages. Symptoms of EoE can vary depending on the age of diagnosis so it is important for the clinician to be aware of the cluster of symptoms and when to refer to a gastroenterologist for further testing. This webinar is designed for the dietetics professional that has a limited to an intermediate knowledge level of eosinophilic esophagitis.  It will discuss the different elimination diets, how to safely implement an elimination diet, and frequency of follow-up to promote efficacy. The webinar will also discuss how to conduct a food allergy focused nutrition assessment to identify gaps in the diet. Attendees will also learn resources to help families develop survival skills to successfully manage this condition on a daily basis. This webinar will also address eating and feeding issues that may arise as a result of negative experiences with food.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. The attendee will be able to identify elimination diets often used in nutritional management of EoE
  2. The attendee will be able to conduct a food allergy focused nutrition assessment
  3. The attendee will be able to identify safe and appropriate foods to help families prepare nutritionally adequate meals

CPEU Expiration Date: 3/18/2022

1 CPEU

At the end of the recording, there will be a short survey.  Once the survey is done, the CPE certificate will  be available.


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The First 1,000 Days: Barriers and Opportunities to Improving Nutrition among Women, Infants and Toddlers

Webinar Speakers: Adrianna Logalbo, Managing Director, One Thousand Days (1000days.org); Marti Toner, 2018-2019 Public Policy Chair.

Description: The 1,000 days between a woman’s pregnancy and her child’s second birthday offer a brief but critical window of opportunity to shape a child’s development. It is a time of both tremendous potential and enormous vulnerability. How well or how poorly a child is nourished during his first 1,000 days can mean the difference between a thriving future and one characterized by struggle. Unfortunately, too few women and children in the U.S. get the nutrition they need to thrive. During this webinar we will explore the realities facing moms and babies in the U.S., the barriers they face in achieving a healthy first 1,000 days, and the opportunities to improve maternal and child health through changes to policy and practice – as well as public awareness.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Define the problem of poor maternal and child nutrition in the US
  • Identify the barriers to good nutrition for women, infants and toddlers in the US
  • Identify specific advocacy and education opportunities to improve maternal and child nutrition and health

CPEU Expiration Date: 12/14/2021

1 CPEU

At the end of the recording, there will be a short survey.  Once the survey is done, the CPE certificate will  be available.


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Offerings from Non-PNPG Sources

PNPG compiles information from outside sources about CPE opportunities that may be of interest to our members. Webinar recordings and online courses are added frequently.  Some programs are free. Please contact the CPE provider for more information.