FODMAPs: Dietitian Education Opportunities!

Dietitians: It is estimated that 1 in 5 people suffer with IBS and the low FODMAP diet can help manage  symptoms in about 75% of these individuals!  Make a difference and become educated in this novel diet approach!talkFINALThe Advanced Digestive Health Seminar: FODMAPs, SIBO & the Gut Microbiome on March 12, 2015 has been prior approved for 5.5 CEUs by CDR.  For details about this workshop and to register: click here.

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18 replies on “FODMAPs: Dietitian Education Opportunities!

  • elise

    I’m an RN so I don’t think the credit hours will translate, but I am still interested in taking the C226 CPE course. Is there a way to get the packet and information for a reduced price if I only want it for personal reference? Since I don’t need the learning credits, I don’t anticipate mailing in my test for a certificate, I just want to have the materials for my own FODMAPs trials, is there another way to get them without the formal course enrollment?

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  • Sue Parks MS, RD, CSSD, LN, CPT

    Just found out about your webinar on FODMAP which is NOW can I still attend (click in)? Please respond asap. Thanks 651-592-7830

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  • Tiffany

    Hi,
    I am a dietitian in Canada.
    Do you ever have workshops up this way?
    Or, alternatively, any opportunity to teleconference/videoconference?
    Let me know!
    Thanks,
    Tiffany Krahn, RD

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    • katescarlata

      Hi Tiffany, We don’t have any lined up in Canada at the moment. And the idea of providing a teleconference has been high on my radar. I will definitely keep you in mind when/if I get that organized. Would you ever consider flying in for one of the upcoming workshops? We had 2 Montreal based RDs come to our NH workshop which was so nice!

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      • Valerie

        Hi,

        My doctor recently suggested I try the low fodmap diet for digestive issues I’ve been having. He heard about it at a conference in the United States and thought it could be useful to me. However, he doesn’t know much about it. I’d like to consult with a dietitian/nutritionist trained in this diet. You mention in one of your posts that two RD from Montreal (where I live) attended one of your workshops. Would you be at liberty to share their names with me? Or otherwise would you know of professionals I could consult with in Montreal?

        Many thanks for your help! And many thanks for this useful website!

        Valerie

      • katescarlata

        My colleague Stephanie Shabat in Montreal has weekend hours that may work for you. Please tell the office staff that you are interested in FODMAPs so they know prior to your appointment. Stephanie’s office may be reached at: optinutrition@hotmail.com or directly to the clinic secretary at: 514-636-8860

  • Diana Wright

    I would love to attend your conference live or if you have a recorded version or webinar that would be second best. Any chance that you might offer a summer program?

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    • katescarlata

      We hope to get a Rhode Island conference on the books this summer…but not sure yet. No plans for webinar yet..the workshop concept works best with hands on activities such as case studies, label reading etc…

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  • Lea

    I would love to attend one of your workshops! Will future events be posted here as well? Also, are your conferences open to students?

    Thank you!

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  • dietitian

    Hi Kate,

    I am a dietitian manager here in Dublin, Ireland. I am always looking for new FODMAP courses/workshops etc.. that would be of use to us in the hospital, in order to help us guide our growing numbers of patients being referred to us for the FODMAP diet.

    Unfortunately training opertunities and sharing of knowledge in Ireland is very limited, and sometimes i feel that we are missing something more with our patients. So i am keen to link in with dietitians who also have an interest in this important and emerging area of dietetics.

    I see that you did have a workshop in March. It is such a shame you are so fay away it looked excellent, expecially as regards the discussion of SIBO.

    I hope you dont mind but I just wanted to ask , do you have available any information/slides from this that i could share with my team? or are you planning any webinars etc… in the future?

    Kindest Regards,
    ilona

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  • Cindy Rhodes

    hi Kate, I am interested in attending one of your fodmap workshops. Will there be any upcoming dates for remainder of 2015/2016?

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  • Joe

    Hi Kate,

    Do you have anything lined up for 2016 yet?
    Or do you know where there is a list available of related upcoming seminars/conferences?

    Thanks

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