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Spring Symposium

Join us on May 19–22 at the picturesque Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, AZ, for the 2019 Today's Dietitian Spring Symposium, where you can earn 15 or more CEUs in sessions presented by respected professionals, plus enjoy networking and engaging with fellow RDs and our sponsors.

Presenter lineup and session schedule are now available at

Your Registration Includes:
• All continuing education sessions
• Networking opportunities with peers and presenters
• Product sampling from our sponsors
• Keynote address
• Fitness activities
• Special events


* Registration does not include accommodations at Talking Stick Resort or travel to and from Scottsdale.
A limited number of scholarships remain for complimentary registration. Click here to apply for a scholarship.

Reserving Your Room
After registering, make sure to reserve your room at our discounted rate of $189 at the Talking Stick Resort. If you would like a roommate to help offset your travel costs, please take advantage of our roommate finder to connect with other attendees!

Click here to submit your information to our roommate finder | Click here to view a list of available roommates

Thank you to our 2019 Symposium Sponsors!

To learn about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Gigi Grillot at 646-942-2214 or email
For detailed information, please review our digital brochure at
SAVE 19% on CEUs all through January!
To get your 2019 started on the right track when it comes to CEUs, visit our CE Learning Library and save 19% on your total through the month of January! Just log on at, load up your cart with self-study courses, webinars, or CEU packages, then use the coupon code JAN19 to get your discount. This deal ends January 31, 2019, at 11:59 PM EST, and does NOT include CE Club Memberships or multicourse modules.
Upcoming Live Webinars
Telehealth in Private Practice
In this webinar on Thursday, January 24, 2019, from 2–3 PM EST, Kristi Coughlin, MS, RDN, LD, will present to attendees information to gain a better understanding of what telehealth includes, such as the use of live chat and mobile health. More importantly, attendees will gain a better understanding of the benefits and concerns of telehealth while also reviewing current research findings. Click here to register »

Work-Life Balance
In this webinar on Wednesday, January 30, 2019, from 2–3 PM EST, Sohailla Digsby, RDN, LD, CPT, will present tips and techniques to stay energized and prioritize so you can give your best in both your professional and personal life. Learn how to help make an impact in the workplace without forgoing a balanced, impactful personal life. Click here to register »

2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes: Current Guidelines for Evidence Based Nutrition Practice
In this joint webinar with Becky Dorner & Associates on Thursday, February 7, 2019, from 2–3:30 PM EST, Kathy Warwick, RD, CDE, will provide an overview of the ADA 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes with relevant guidelines for RDNs involved in diabetes care. Registration will take place on the Becky Dorner & Associates website. Click here to register »

Counseling Skills for the Nutrition Professional: An Introduction
In this webinar on Wednesday, February 13, 2019, from 2–3 PM EST, Beth McKinney, MSEd, RD, CHES, will provide RDNs with techniques for refining their counseling skills—a critical component in promoting positive client behavior change. After completing this session, practitioners will be more effective and confident, their ability to serve their clients will be much improved, and their clients will feel more empowered and committed to making healthful changes. Click here to register »
Recently Posted
January CPE Monthly: Prediabetes — Diagnostic Criteria and Health Risks
This continuing education course reviews the diagnostic criteria and health risks associated with prediabetes. It also examines the current research on treatment and prevention strategies including diet interventions, lifestyle modifications, dietary supplements, and prescription medications. In addition, RDs’ important role in educating patients with prediabetes is highlighted.

Eating Disorders in Men
This continuing education course examines the current body of knowledge about adolescent and adult males with eating disorders (EDs). Gender differences in etiology, risk factors, and presentation of food, exercise, and body dissatisfaction are highlighted. Special attention is given to the muscularity-driven behaviors prevalent in the male ED population. The course evaluates the effectiveness of current ED diagnostic criteria and assessment tools in capturing EDs in males. Gender-sensitive counseling strategies are also covered. Finally, recommendations are made for ED prevention and awareness, as well as for future research, to increase positive outcomes in this population.

The Health Benefits of Grapes
This continuing education course explores components of grapes that may be beneficial to health, evaluates the current evidence for consuming grapes to treat or prevent various medical conditions, provides appropriate strategies for incorporating grapes into daily intake, and examines possible side effects and interactions with common medications.

The Physical and Emotional Health Benefits of Modest Weight Loss
This continuing education course reviews research supporting the claim that a modest weight loss can improve both the physical and emotional comorbidities associated with overweight/obesity. Specific disease states are addressed along with the significance of a 5% to 10% weight loss. Lifestyle interventions are compared and long-term outcomes and weight maintenance strategies are discussed.
Recorded Webinar
The Mediterranean Diet & Beyond
In this innovative, complimentary 1 CEU recorded webinar, Layne Lieberman, MS, RDN, CDN, examines the Mediterranean diet pattern in the context of the modern European lifestyle and makes practical recommendations about how RDNs can encourage their patients and clients to adapt to this European lifestyle. Sponsored by Quaker. Click here to register »
20 CEU Gut Health Program
Functional Nutrition Approaches to Gut Health
This 20 CEU module is a comprehensive, self-study curriculum designed to equip practitioners with the knowledge to identify root causes of patients’ digestive symptoms and will provide the insight necessary to choose appropriate strategies for resolving GI issues and promote optimal gut health through nutrition and lifestyle-based interventions. This program is accredited by Nutrition Mission® and all modules, quizzes and credit claiming take place on the Gut Health Network website. Click here for more details and to watch the preview video »
Expiring Soon
Winter Wonderland: A Journey Through The Seasons — Making The Most Out of Seasonal Produce And The Complimentary Herbs and Spices That Accompany Them
In this 1 CEU recorded webinar, which is Part 1 of a 4-Part webinar series, Shayna Komar, RD, LD, and Chef Nancy Waldeck provided recipes, tips, and ideas for RDs to use to guide their clients in using seasonal produce.

Register for the other parts below at a discounted rate of $60 by adding all 4 webinars to your shopping cart and applying coupon code SEASONSMIX at checkout! Earn 1 CEU per part! Please note: this discount applies only to non-CE Club Members.

Part 2: Spring Fling
Part 3: Summer Sizzle
Part 4: Fall Fiesta