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NFCA Webinars are geared for those with celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders as well as the dietitians and providers who serve them. Thanks to the support of sponsors, these Webinars continue to be free of charge!

If you have a Webinar idea or topic you'd like to see discussed, please contact webinars@celiaccentral.org.

Note: A recording of each Webinar will be posted along with the Webinar slides within 72 hours after the live Webinar ends. To download recorded Webinars and slides, visit the Archived Webinars page.

Webinar Schedule »

Next Webinar:

Best Practices in Celiac Disease Diagnosis
Thursday, May 15, 2014
2:00 p.m. EDT/11: a.m. PDT

Join NFCA and our expert panelists Daniel A. Leffler, MD, MS, Director of Research, The Celiac Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Ritu Verma, MD, Section Chief of Gastroenterology, Director, Center for Celiac Disease, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia discuss best practices in diagnosis for both the pediatric and adult patient populations.

This Webinar falls in the middle of Celiac Awareness Month, so be sure to share the details with your friends and family to help us arm people with the knowledge they need to move forward with accurate and prompt celiac disease testing.

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Sponsored by Lucy's and Rudi's Gluten-Free Bakery, this webinar is free of charge!

 

View Webinar System Requirements

NFCA webinar logoContinuing Education Credit: Registered Dietitians (RD) and Dietetic Technicians, Registered (DTR) are able to participate in this live 60-minute webinar to obtain CE credits regardless of this program's approval status as long as the webinar is professional in nature. NFCA will provide a certificate as proof of participation for each webinar. Attendees must complete the program evaluation/follow-up survey in order to access this certificate. Program participants will receive a link to complete the program evaluation/follow-up survey from NFCA in the days following the webinar. Participants must complete this survey and download the certificate before the date of the following month's webinar. See Webinar Schedule.

If you have questions about earning continuing education credit for webinars, please contact the Commission on Dietetic Registration, 800-877-1600 x5500.

Please note that RDs and DTRs are not permitted to claim credits by viewing archived webinars. Only those who register and attend live webinars will receive the opportunity to obtain continuing education credits. Each participant must register for and log in to the webinar in order to receive credit. In the case of group viewing, only the registered and logged in participant will receive credit for the webinar.

Disclaimer:  The views expressed during webinars are those of the guest speakers and are not necessarily attributable to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness.

Webinar Follow-Emails:  To ensure that you receive our follow-up email, please add the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (National_Foundation_for_Celiac_A@mail.vresp.com) to your email safe senders list, address book or contact list. Please make sure to enter your email address correctly when registering for each webinar, as we will use that email address when sending our follow-up email.

Please note that if you have unsubscribed from any of NFCA's emails, including the monthly e-newsletter, you will not be able to receive follow-up emails at that email address. You will need to register for webinars using a different email address.  Should you need further assistance, please e-mail webinars@celiaccentral.org.

 

 

 
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