Clearing the Clouds of Bias when Assessing for Eating Disorders in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Presented by Ashley Roehrig, MS, RDN, LDN. This presentation asks, how does weight bias influence our recognition of eating disorders in patients with Type 2 diabetes and how can we support our patients with a thorough, affirming weight-neutral assessment? Join us and explore atypical anorexia and restrict/binge cycle and related bias in healthcare resulting in misdiagnosis.
Preventing Disordered Eating with Gestational Diabetes Presented by McKenzie Caldwell, MPH, RDN. This presentation asks, how can registered dietitians leverage their skills to foster healthy relationships with food and body for clients with gestational diabetes? Join us and explore how to provide client-centered, weight inclusive nutrition education for blood glucose management in gestational diabetes.
Identifying Disordered Eating In An Older Adult Presented by Rebecca Scritchfield, RDN Author of Body Kindness. This presentation asks, how can you identify disordered eating and eating disorders in older adults with diabetes and help them create positive, self-care changes? Join us and explore the signs of disordered eating patterns and eating disorders in older adults with diabetes and examine effective approaches to address nutrition, self-care, and well-being concerns.
Creating a Healthy Relationship With Movement Presented by Ragen Chastain ACE: CHC, FTS, GFI This presentation asks, how can I create a healthy, easy relationship with movement in a world that encourages that relationship to be unhealthy and difficult? Join us and explore relationship counseling for messy breakups with movement and keeping diet culture out of our movement practice.