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LGBTQ+ online learning

LGBTQ Patient Care Webinar Bundle

This two-part webinar series addresses the affirmation and assessment of transgender and gender diverse patients.

Member Price $36.00

Nonmember Price $81.00

Details

Student pricing: $15.00

Part 1: Gender-Affirming Nutrition Care for Transgender and Gender Diverse Clients

Nutrition professionals can be key players in the healthcare team of their transgender or gender diverse clients. This webinar addresses key questions including: What does gender-affirming communication look like for nutrition professionals? What nutrition-related clinical considerations result from medically transitioning? How can nutrition professionals address the sex-specific aspects of nutrition assessment?

This webinar was presented live on June 8, 2022. The CPE associated with this webinar expires on May 31, 2024. This activity qualifies for the 1.0 ethics credit required by CDR.

Part 2: Strategies for RDNs to Manage Sex-Specific Data of Nutrition Assessment when Caring for Transgender and Gender Diverse Patients

Certain aspects of nutrition assessment are sex-specific, meaning they require RDNs to select a male or female sex. This presents a unique question for RDNs caring for transgender patients where sex and gender may differ. In this webinar, we identify the clinical data points within the eight domains of nutrition assessment that rely on biological sex, provide strategies for RDNS when caring for transgender and gender diverse patients, and illustrate the possible approaches with sample case studies.

This webinar was presented live on July 14, 2022. The CPE associated with this activity expires on May 31, 2024.

CPEU: 2.0
CPE Level: 2

Speakers

Whitney Linsenmeyer PhD, RD, LD

Whitney Linsenmeyer, PhD, RD, LD (she/her) is an assistant professor of nutrition and DPD Director at Saint Louis University. She serves as a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics with expertise in transgender health and nutrition. Dr. Linsenmeyer's research and clinical practice center on advancing nutrition care for the transgender and gender diverse population. She is passionate about the role that food and nutrition can play in the lives of transgender individuals, as well as the role that nutrition professionals can play in the role of providing excellent healthcare for the transgender community.

Jen Waters MS, RDN, CNSC, LDN

Jennifer Waters (she/her) is a Dietetic Internship Director at Sodexo and a doctoral candidate in Health Sciences at Northern Illinois University. She is also an adjunct instructor at Benedictine University, University of Rhode Island and Central Washington University. Her dissertation research centers on dietitian readiness and training to care for transgender and gender diverse patients. In her previous role as a clinical nutrition manager, she served as a district diversity and inclusion ambassador, and was active on the LGBTQ alliance committee.

Release Date:: July 27, 2022

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