Cutting Edge...Evidence-Based Webinars
WM DPG strives to offer our membership the most current evidence-based CPE opportunities. Our webinars are available to WM DPG members throughout the year. Most of our webinars are provided free for WM DPG members, where others may require a minimal fee to view. Some webinars are also available to non-WM DPG members for a fee. Our webinars are categorized based on whether they are live or recorded and whether they are still eligible for CPEUs:
- Upcoming Live Webinars - CPEUs available immediately after attending the live webinar
- Recorded Webinars - recorded webinars available for viewing, and still eligible for CPEUs
- Archived Webinars - recorded webinars available for viewing, but no longer eligible for CPEUs
Browse the Webinar & Symposium offerings below by clicking on each webinar tab…
This webinar will touch specifically on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook platforms on a higher level to discuss strategy. This webinar will also briefly touch on Snapchat and Periscope platforms.
These webinars are eligible for CPEUs. A link to each recorded webinar’s CPE Assessment is found on the recorded webinar page.
Join three RDs and members of the WM DPG who completed a coach training program and utilize coaching in their weight management practice in the first WM DPG coaching special interest group webinar.
This webinar will provide viewers with practical counseling advice as it relates to the adolescent population. We will discuss counseling approaches and behavioral change strategies.
Julie Patterson, MBA, RD, LDN presents an informative webinar including topics on Intensive Behavioral Therapy for Obesity, how to create a successful IBT program and reimbursement opportunities.
This webinar reviews current recommendations regarding vitamin and mineral supplementation, and clinical approaches in the prevention and diagnosis of micronutrient deficiencies in the bariatric surgery patient.
Experts will share compelling information about America’s eating patterns and the “triggers” that make consumers choose certain foods and beverages. Walk away knowing how you might help someone form more healthful eating habits based on the concept of personal triggers.