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All questions emailed to info@wn4dcsymposium.com

Technical Questions:

Can I have an invoice so I can be reimbursed by my organization?
I made a typo when I created my username email
I am unable to register for the symposium!
My discount code/special offer is not working
Can pay with PayPal
Can the webinars be viewed from different devices (i.e. a home computer, a work computer)?
Can the webinars be stopped mid-watch and restarted?
Can you re-watch parts or all of the same presentation?
I am unable to register for the symposium!

Please email info@wn4dcsymposium.com and we will connect you to our technical support

My discount code/special offer is not working

Please email info@wn4dcsymposium.com and we will connect you to our technical support

Can pay with PayPal

We currently are not set up to accept Paypal payments. If this becomes a barrier for you to register, please contact us at info@wn4dcsymposium.com and we will try to work something out.

Can the webinars be viewed from different devices (i.e. a home computer, a work computer)?

Yes, you can log in to the website to watch the webinars from anywhere you have an internet connection, and that could be from multiple devices.

Can the webinars be stopped mid-watch and restarted?

The video won’t automatically remember where you were. To do this, you need to just note where you left off, and when you start watching again you can fast forward to that spot easily.

Can you re-watch parts or all of the same presentation?

You can watch all of them as many times as you want, including download and save forever!

Prices:

How much does the symposium cost?
Do you offer group registrations?
Do you have university rates?
How much does the symposium cost?

You can find the prices at wn4dcsymposium.com/registration. The standard price is 129 per track. Additional discounts are provided when multiple tracks are purchased.

Do you have university rates?

The Symposium will offer professors the use of all 16 presentations for $1500.  This will provide the rights to use the videos however much you want in classroom settings as teaching tools, plus one complimentary registration.  If you or your university would like to use the Symposium as part of a class, please contact info@wn4dcsymposium.com

Questions about how the symposium works:

What does a self-paced learning look like?
What is the total time commitment needed for watching all 4 tracks of the symposium?
Where is the symposium located?
I would like to register for a specific talk how do I do this?
Is it a live webcast?
Track Four, “Level 2: Nutritional and psychological treatment of disordered eating and diabetes: a 6-week eating class”. Is this a six-week program in addition to the four-week symposium?
Is this program open to international residents?
Will any of the material be available for reference after the symposium is closed?
What does a self-paced learning look like?

This self-paced program lets you adjust your schedule to maximize your learning. You can watch them online or download the presentation if you are traveling or away from an internet connection. The CPE’s must be claimed by 2022.

Where is the symposium located?

The symposium is an online event! You can “attend” from anywhere. You log in and watch the webinars at your own pace as they are released, and you have up to 9 months to watch, re-watch, and download all the materials.

I would like to register for a specific talk how do I do this?

Registration gives you access to all 4 of the presentations and associated handouts and materials. To have access, please register here: wn4dcsymposium.com/registration

Track Four, “Level 2: Nutritional and psychological treatment of disordered eating and diabetes: a 6-week eating class”. Is this a six-week program in addition to the four-week symposium?

This is a presentation about a 6-week weight neutral diabetes management program currently offered at the Cleveland Clinic. It is an amazing example of how weight neutral care can be offered in clinic settings and you will walk away understanding how to model a program like this. It is a 1-hour webinar, introducing how this program is set up and details about it. It is fabulous!!

Is this program open to international residents?

Yes! Our program can be watched from anywhere.

Will any of the material be available for reference after the symposium is closed?

You can log in and access the webinars and all handouts, powerpoints, worksheets from anywhere you have internet for minimum 9 months after July 30. You can also download everything, including the videos to save forever.

Accreditation:

How many CPE credits do you offer?
Is the Weight Neutral 4 Diabetes Care Symposium eligible for CDE ceus?
Is this course accredited by the AND or the NCBDE?
Who will CEUs be provided for? Just dietitians? Or other professionals as well?
How many CPE credits do you offer?

4 CPE credits per track

Is this course accredited by the AND or the NCBDE?

This is approved for CEU credits by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, [CDR] (which approves everything for US-based dietitians). Credits can be used for CDEs as well.

Who will CEUs be provided for? Just dietitians? Or other professionals as well?

Unfortunately, because this is an international event, we are unable to know every individual professional’s needs for CEUs.

We suggest that you check with your professional organization that approves your CEUs to determine if the CPE provided by the Commission of Dietetic Registration, (CDR) meets the needs of your license.

Other Questions:

I am not a health care professional will I find this symposium helpful?
I am not a health care professional will I find this symposium helpful?

This symposium is specifically designed for professionals and is not a helpful way for you to get support. There are many health professionals and programs designed to help with what you need.

 

Here are 3 suggestions that we highly recommend you reach out to:

 

Am I Hungry: https://amihungry.com/programs/mindful-eating-for-diabetes/

Rebecca Scritchfield: https://www.bodykindnessbook.com/haescarefordiabetes/

Bonnie Giller: https://brghealth.com/healthy-living-diabetes/

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