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Please join SCAND for the following Live Webinar!

Title: Nutrition Therapy in Disordered Eating/Eating Disorders (DEED) Clients

Speaker: Charlotte Caperton-Kilburn, MS, RDN, LDN, CSSD, FAND, CEDRD
Director of Sports Nutrition, College of Charleston Athletics NFL Performance –Private Practice, Author
Twitter: @per4mancefuel

Please click here to register for Nutrition Therapy in Disordered Eating/Eating Disorders (DEED) Clients


When: Tuesday, December 12 from 12pm-1pm EST

Cost: $10 for SCAND members and $25 for non-SCAND member attendees

CEUs: 1

Summary:

The session will provide information that will help registered dietitians/nutritionists understand how to work more effectively with Disordered Eating/Eating Disorder (DEED) clients.  It will provide information and case studies allowing RDNs new to the field of eating disorders to create effective client sessions.

Objectives:

The attendee will be able to:

1.      Identify counseling strategies for effective treatment in DEED clients
2.      Create effective sessions for DEED clients
3.      Understand how to implement effective dialogue in DEED client
4.      Describe distorted thoughts in DEED clients
5.      Identify assessment tools useful in recognizing DEED

Suggested Learning Needs Codes: 5200, 6020

About the speaker:

Charlotte has been counseling, supervising, and teaching in the field of sports nutrition and eating disorders for the past 17 years.  She has reviewed eating disorder position statements and presented locally, nationally and internationally on eating disorders. She recently became the first Director of Sports Nutrition at The College of Charleston and coauthor of Winning the War Within Nutrition Therapy for Clients with Eating Disorders: Cognitive Behavioral Instructors Manual with camera-ready handouts. Charlotte is a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor and a Fellow of the Academy of Dietetics and Nutrition. She is past BHN Chair, past President of the South Carolina Academy of Dietetics and Nutrition and the current Delegate to the AND house of delegates for the South Carolina.  In 2013, she founded The South Carolina Coalition for Overcoming Eating Disorders. Charlotte also volunteers for several community organizations.  She has spoken locally, nationally and internationally and appeared on radio, television and written news articles.  When she isn’t working with athletes at the C of C or at the gym watching her daughter play basketball, you can find her on her paddleboard in the Charleston waters or walking her dog Hazel in the neighborhood.

 

To Register:

Click on this link to register on the eatright.webex.com website. You will receive an email from a WebEx email address with a link to the webinar. Click on the link provided in the email on the day of the webinar. You will receive a follow up email with WebEx login information within a week before the webinar.

Powerpoint Slides will be mailed out prior to the Webinar, and CEU Certificate of Attendance will be emailed out within 2 weeks of the webinar.

 

 

Pre-Recorded Self-Paced CEU Webinars

Click here to register for any of the Webinars below.  

Cost: $10 for SCAND members (MUST login with AND email and login password to receive SCAND member registration rate) and $25 for non-SCAND member attendees, unless otherwise indicated. 
CEUs: 1

 


Licensure and You – Reporting Harm and Other Scenarios in SC     
Speaker: Katherine Shavo, RDN

When: self study

Cost: $10 for SCAND members and $25 for non-SCAND member attendees

CEUs: 1

Webinar Summary: Katherine Shavo discusses how the SC Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Public Policy Panel supports licensure of dietitians in SC. The SC Dietetics Act and its importance to consumers are reviewed.  In addition, details of how to report harm and scenarios licensed dietitians want to know about is covered. 

Objectives:

1)      Identify the SCAND Public Policy Panel and the role of the Consumer Protection Coordinator within the panel
2)      Describe the process for reporting harm and unauthorized practice  in SC
3)      Share the Academy’s messages related to the importance of Consumer Protection and Licensure

Suggested Learning Needs Codes: 1010, 7110

About the speaker: Katherine Shavo became a registered dietitian/nutritionist 1996, and is currently the Consumer Protection Coordinator for SCAND.  She has enjoyed a variety of practice settings in dietetics and most recently managed the senior nutrition program in the SC Lt. Gov. Office on Aging.

Katherine has lived in Columbia, SC since 2011.  Her hometown is Nashville, TN where her love of music developed.  She also enjoys gardening and artistic glassware.

 

 


SC Obesity Initiative
Speaker: Channell Webster, SC DHHS

  • Please note there is no cost for this webinar in conjunction with our partnership with DHHS.

SCAND has worked with SCDHHS to provide you with a Free CEU training webinar to explain the obesity initiative, guide you through the enrollment process, billing practices, and documentation requirements.  It is a 25 minute webinar that can be completed at your convenience.  Please take the time to view to learn more and earn 1 CEU. To view the webinar click here. The password is dhhs.

Once you have completed the webinar, please send an e-mail to eatrightsc@capconsc.com to take the CEU quiz and to secure your 1 CEU.

We encourage all LDs to enroll in this service, even if you do not think that you will be providing this service initially. Across the state physicians and health care providers are looking for dietitians in their areas to connect with, so please be sure you enroll so they can find you! C

Important information for LDs enrolling in the obesity initiative:

  • Obtaining an NPI number happens quickly; however enrolling with Medicaid is a longer process.  Please complete your enrollment ASAP in order to be able to see Medicaid participants  when the initiative is officially rolled out.
  • If you currently work in a hospital-based outpatient setting, please begin to speak with your Clinical Manager or billing department to begin to prepare for this process, as it can take some time to have all of the necessary billing procedures in place.
  • After enrolling with Medicaid, please do not begin billing for this service until final approval is given (will be in a separate e-blast).

Please contact Channell Webster, Public Information Coordinator with SCDHHS with any questions about the enrollment process after viewing the webinar.  She can be reached at Channel.Webster@scdhhs.gov or (803)898-1292.


The Future of Food - Food Prints Made from Farm to Fork
Presented by: Debbie Petitpain, MS, RDN, LD

Webinar Summary: The demand on the earth’s resources is exceeding what it can provide. Moving into the next century, population growth and unprecedented changes in the climate will directly impact the global food supply – less drinking water, higher priced food and changes to food security are just some examples of how. Dietitians are poised to serve as subject matter experts on which foods tax resources the least, what consumption patterns are the most sustainable and where the greatest opportunities for change along the food supply change exist. Dietitians are ready to be part of the global conversation on the future of food!

Objectives:

  • Define food print and sustainable diet as used in the global conversation about the future of food
  • Describe current and predicted changes in worldwide consumption patterns, and that effect on the future food supply
  • List points of impact in the food supply chain where dietitians can assist in changing the global “food print”

 Learning Need Codes: 2000, 4070, 8018

About the speaker:Debbie Petitpain is a registered dietitian with Sodexo at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. As the Wellness Dietitian in the Office of Health Promotion, she develops policies and programs to advance health on MUSC campus and in the community.  In 2016, she received a Hero of Everyday Life award for her volunteer efforts to fight hunger in the community by establishing the first hospital-based USDA Summer Meal Program in the Southeast with the Kids Eat Free at MUSC program. The program has provided over 7500 free summer meals to kids in need in the first 2 years.

Debbie is also a subject matter expert on the Sodexo’s “Better Tomorrow Plan”, a plan for a more sustainable future, and is a member of the Vegetarian Nutrition DPG which promotes plant based diets as a strategy to protect the environment.

Twitter Handle: @DebbiePetitpain


Detox: Fact & Fiction for the RDN
Speaker: Naomi May, MS, RDN, LD

Webinar Summary: "Our body can handle what comes its way. There is no need to detox." Or is there? In this webinar, Naomi May, MS, RDN, LD will guide you through the body’s "natural" detoxification system and discuss the role of the RDN in helping clients conduct a healthy detox. We will navigate through the world of detox by discussing what is detoxing, identifying sources of toxins and symptoms patients may display when over-burdened by toxins, how the body processes toxins, and nutritional support for a toxic individual. 

Webinar Objectives:
1) Identify common toxins patients may be exposed to.
2) Review the body’s 3 phases of detoxification.
3) Discuss nutritional support for an individual showing symptoms of body burden. 

Suggested Learning Needs Codes: 2000, 4040, 5420

About the speaker: Naomi has an extensive background in nutritional solutions for chronic health concerns including heart disease, pre-diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Insulin Resistance, Thyroid Disorders, Gastrointestinal Disorders, and pre-natal wellness. She provides personalized nutrition solutions to reduce, eliminate, or simply prevent taking more medication. Symptoms such as high cholesterol, adrenal fatigue, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, etc. are merely the bodies way of communicating that something needs to change and not a cry for more medication. She focuses on helping clients identify the root causes of their symptoms and developing a tailored plan to help promote healing in their body. 

Growing up on a farm and her own experience with aggravating symptoms has given her a unique perspective on food, nutrition, and health. She has been pursuing her passion to learn more about the power of food in healing numerous health conditions for over 10 years. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and a Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine through the University of Western States. She continues to further her knowledge through additional seminars.



Pluses & Minuses of Google Drive & Dropbox as File Sharing Platforms
Speaker: Joanne Larsen MS, RD, LD

Webinar Summary: Do you work in groups that edit shared documents? Has collaborating within work groups on documents become a chore to keep all your shared document versions up to date without having to manually merge document versions? Or are you running out of storage space on your local computer for your work files? Joanne Larsen MS RD LD, techie dietitian, will compare Dropbox and Google Drive as possible online file sharing platforms. Learn how both platforms sync your local computer files with online shared files.

Objectives
1)  Differentiate between Dropbox and Google Drive as file sharing platforms
2)  Determine which file sharing platform is best for your business
3)  Collaborate within workgroups using shared files

 Suggested Learning Needs Codes:

1020 - Computer, electronic technology
7
000 - Business Management
7140 - Materials management

Image result for Joanne Larsen, rdAbout the speaker: Joanne Larsen MS RD LD is a dietitian entrepreneur who has worked for three start-up companies and started two companies including Ask the Dietitian®, www.dietitian.com. She is the owner of Nutritional Data Services a consulting B2B company that provides services developing websites, software, phone apps, marketing, and creating content. With bachelors and masters degrees in nutrition, Joanne is a registered dietitian and an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. After a very successful career as a clinical dietitian in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, mental health, and university educator, Joanne began working for technology companies, a career for which she was neither educated nor trained. Using skills she developed as a dietitian, Joanne transitioned into a bona fide entrepreneur.


Starting a Business Starts with You: Building Your Brand
Speaker: Adrien Paczosa, RD, LD, CEDRD

Webinar Summary: Adrien Paczosa RD, LD, CEDRD is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian practicing in Austin, Texas. The owner of her own private practice, Adrien will speak on what it means to be an entrepreneur in nutrition and dietetics, how to build your own brand, and how to use social media as you build your business platform.

Webinar Objectives
1)  Identify key audience you want to work with
2)  Have the tools to overcome the fears of starting a practice
3)  Understand the purpose of crafting an effective social media presence

Suggested Learning Needs Codes: 1110, 7070

Related imageAbout the speaker: Adrien Paczosa is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian practicing in Austin, Texas and the surrounding counties. Adrien is also a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian (CEDRD). Adrien began her path towards nutrition through her falling down. She has been dancing since age 2 and in college was a Kilgore College Rangerette. During a practice she took a fall and broke her foot, and that sparked the ideas of needing a new direction in her life. After graduating in 2003 from the University of Illinois with a BS in Human Nutrition, Adrien began her career as a staff dietitian at hospital in downtown Chicago. She was promoted to the hospital’s Director of Food Service and Nutrition and was responsible for all food preparation as well as patient nutritional care. While working at her clinical job, Adrien maintained her passion for movement by working as a personal trainer and nutrition coach in downtown Chicago. In 2006, Adrien returned to Texas to be close to family, friends, and warmer weather! She opened her private practice, I Live Well Nutritional Therapy in 2007 and it has only continued to grow. To date, iLiveWell Nutrition Therapy has multiple locations, contracts with numerous corporations and treatment centers, and currently employs five dietitians. “Creating better access to dietitians!” has been one of the driving forces of Adrien’s company.