Okay…I am so excited to be at U Michigan to speak about FODMAPs today!
I have a very detailed agenda…so I will keep this post short and sweet!
First stop, at 7:30 AM this morning (up and at ’em) I spoke at U Michigan GI grand rounds. Did I mention, I LOVE my job!? What is more fun to talk about than FODMAPs and functional gut disorders? Nothing at all…if you ask me. 😉
This afternoon, I will be speaking to U Michigan dietitians followed up with a 2 hour more intense workshop with a smaller group of GI dietitians.
…and who knew I would be doing all this speaking? I was the little, shy, red head that couldn’t speak in front of the class without my ears turning red and hot and feeling like I might pass out! Ha!
I guess it goes to show you….it really is… mind over matter!
From Michigan I fly off to NYC where I will provide the keynote at a Greater New York Dietitian Association meeting. Any NYC dietitians out there? Hope to see you! Click here to learn more!
Next stop…Paris! But I will fill you in more about that later. Mostly vacation…but a couple very fun work events thrown in!
But before I sign off for today…if you live near Washington DC (or want to join by webinar) I want to share with you an upcoming event I will be speaking at hosted by University of North Carolina School of Medicine for people with functional gut and motility disorders (IBS). This is a patient oriented meeting with top GI experts. This event should be accessible worldwide via webinar so click here to learn more!
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Kerry @ The Adventures of Z & K
You’ll be in DC?! I live right up the road in Baltimore! Not sure I can make it down that weekend but I’d be interested in checking out the webinar. Thanks Kate!
Oh great Kerry…I recommend the webinar–many key GI experts will be speaking! Should be interesting! They also will be doing 2 hour workshops w/ different practitioners in the afternoon which should be very helpful for people.
Thanks for the heads up. May drag my twin sister with me, who is concerned about me. I work in DC, live in Annapolis, so this is one seminar/webinar I don’t want to miss!
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