This online event is combined of 4 unique tracks, totaling 16 webinars in all. Offering the videos by track, one week at a time, allows you to learn about one specific area of weight-neutral diabetes care each week. Every track is composed of 4 webinars, released on the first Monday of the week. You can view the full schedule below. These webinars are pre-recorded so you can watch them on your own time, from the comfort of your home or anywhere wifi is available. In addition to an expert-level training, you’ll get downloads such as handouts and resources to supplement the video training.
Level 1: Implementing National Guidelines from a Weight-Neutral Lens by Michelle May, M.D.
Level 2: Gentle Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes by Holly Paulsen RD, CEDRD-S, LD
Level 3: Insulin Resistance: Signs, Symptoms, and Causes by Laurie Klipfel RN, MSN, ANP-BC, CDE, WCC
Level 3: Clinical Implications of Faith-Based and Dietary Fasting with Diabetes by Rahaf Al Bochi RDN, LD
Track 1: Learning objectives and webinar descriptions
Level 1: The Power of a New Perspective: Incorporating Weight Neutrality into Diabetes Management by Elizabeth Michael MS, RDN, LDN, CDE
Level 2: Feeling the Weight of Expectation: offer support not stigma by Oli Williams PhD
Level 2: Why Diets Don't Work: How the Brain Fights Against Lasting Weight Loss by Sandra Aamodt Ph.D.
Level 3: A Weight Neutral Way to Work with Medications and Potential Side-effects by Lori Short-Zamudio, RD
Track 2: Learning objectives and webinar descriptions
Level 3: What Motivates Change? Translating Theory into Practice by Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD
Level 2: Motivational Interviewing for Health Behavior Change in Diabetes by Ellen R. Glovsky, PhD, RD, LDN
Level 1: Diagnosis and Shame by Julie M. Sweeney, RSSW, MTC
Level 1: Contextual Influences in Diabetes Self-Management Education (SME) Programs by Mosadi Brown, MEd, RD, CDE
Track 3: Learning objectives and webinar descriptions
Level 1: The Medical Side - When Diabetes and Disordered Eating Collide by Dr. Lesley Williams, MD, CEDS
Level 2: Medical Care in Patients with Eating Disorders: Not About the Weight by Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED
Level 2: Nutritional and psychological treatment of disordered eating and diabetes: a 6-week eating class by Anny Ha, MS, RD, CEDRD, CDE; Nicole Napientek, MPH, RDN; Carolyn Fisher PhD, BCB
Level 3: ED-DMT1 (Diabulimia) and Beyond: Nutrition for treatment and prevention of eating disorders in type 1 diabetes by Erin Phillips, MPH, RD, CDE