Teleseminar on Diet and Interstitial Cystitis Recorded August 20, 2014
At noon Central time on the third Wednesday of each month, Dr. Penny Wilson hosts interactive calls to talk about current topics and answer your questions. The calls typically are 30 minutes, sometimes longer. To find out about upcoming calls, check out the Eating for Performance Facebook page.
On August 20, 2014, Dr. Penny interviewed Julie Beyer, MA, RDN about interstitial cystitis and diet. Recorded with a live audience of about 30 people, the teleseminar is now available as a recording. To make it easier for patients to find this program, Dr. Penny has graciously given me permission to put the direct link on my website. It is long (a bit over one hour and 20 minutes) but it is free for patients and has a LOT of valuable information!
To listen, click here: Diet and Interstitial Cystitis Teleseminar
Webinars via Dietitian Central
Helping Interstitial Cystitis Patients Make Confident Dietary Choices - Part 1
American Urological Association recommended dietary modification as one of the first line treatments for the puzzling and painful bladder disorder, "interstitial cystitis," suggesting that patients partner with registered dietitians to help them determine their personal trigger foods. In fact, over 92% of IC patients say that various food and beverages can increase their symptoms and over 84% of patients surveyed said that modifying their diet improves their quality of life. This makes dietary intervention the most successful treatment available for interstitial cystitis. Dietitians can play a key role in helping IC patients control their symptoms by teaching patients various dietary and lifestyle modification techniques.
This program is two hours and is appropriate for both medical professionals and patients. There is a charge for this webinar.
Helping Interstitial Cystitis Patients Make Confident Dietary Choices, Part 2
Part 2 of this Dietitian Central series reviews the information presented in Part 1, but elaborates on tools a patient and provider can use to help determine interstitial cystitis food triggers. This webinar can be used as a stand alone webinar or as a companion to Part 1. This program is two hours and is appropriate for both medical professionals and patients. There is a charge for this webinar.
From Diagnosis to Acceptance: The Emotional Impact of Chronic Illness
The intention of this Dietitian Central program is to cultivate awareness and provide an overview of the different emotional stages of disease understanding and acceptance, and learn how these stages can affect a patient's ability to cope with the disease and understand treatment options including dietary modifications. This program is one hour and is appropriate for both medical professionals and patients. There is a charge for this webinar.
You Can Write a Book: The No-Nonsense Guide to Self-Publishing
Do you dream about being an author? Does the idea of seeing your name in print give you a secret thrill? Are you tired of seeing random celebrities becoming "experts" just because their name and face are on the latest book? Then this program is for you! Get ready for a whirlwind lesson on the emerging world of self-publishing. Upon successful completion of this 2 hour course, the participant should be able to:
- Be able to identify at least one area of personal expertise suitable for self-publishing.
- Be able to identify resources for copy editing, procuring graphics and creating cover art.
- Be able to navigate an online self-publishing tool.
- Be able to identify opportunities for selling self-published materials including distributors, bookstores, conferences, e-publishing, and online booksellers.
This program is two hours and is appropriate for both professionals and the public. There is a charge for this webinar.