Are you curious about what it means to take a weight-inclusive approach to nutrition and dietetics? Want to learn more about the research on weight stigma, the non-diet approach, and weight cycling?
WIND Workshop: Washington DC — September 14, 2019
Registration open Monday, May 13!
WIND Networking Breakfast at Today’s Dietitian Spring Symposium
Monday, May 20 | 7 - 9 AM | Scottsdale, AZ
Join us for a morning of coffee, networking, and inclusive conversations. RSVP here!
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As nutrition professionals, we’re constantly in search of the best, evidence-based method for helping our clients and patients. As the non-diet approach as grown in popularity, there often seems to be widening divide between this approach and traditional dietetics.
But we are more united than we are divided.
We all have one essential thing in common: we want to help people. We are united in this shared reality. Our clients and patients need evidence-based nutrition education, guidance, and therapy, and more than anything, they need compassion. All nutrition professionals want to have the best tools at our disposal to do this important work.
This Weight-Inclusive Nutrition and Dietetics (WIND) event series is designed to open us up to these tough conversations, connect with and learn from each other, and unite our profession.
Washington DC WIND Workshop
Join us during the weekend of September 14, 2019, in Washington DC for the next WIND workshop. The full day event will provide continuing education sessions, small group activities, panel discussions, and a review of the current research on topics related to weight-inclusive healthcare practices.
REGISTRATION OPENS MAY 13, 2019
Early bird pricing: $199
Full registration: $249
Our first WIND Workshop was sold out, held in NYC on February 9, 2019. For $99 you’ll have access to all three morning sessions from the inaugural workshop, and 3 CEUS. Watch anywhere, anytime.
What to expect:
Washington DC Event Agenda Coming soon!
The full day:
Breakfast, lunch, and snacks provided
Handouts and resources
Complimentary happy hour + extended panel discussion
Why focus on weight-inclusive nutrition and dietetics?
The significant health effects of weight bias and fat stigma have been shown over and over again in research. What we rarely acknowledge, though, is how weight stigma—more accurately, thin bias—should be a top priority addressed in public health.
We also know that weight loss diets have no proven long-term efficacy. One to two-thirds of dieters will regain more weight than they lost. What’s harder to measure is the psychological and emotional impacts of this on our clients.
Shifting our collective approach to weight-inclusive nutrition and dietetics not only helps our clients, but it also helps us. It unites us, it invites us to practice both ethically and with an evidence-based approach.
Join us in this evolving conversation.
Community is powerful, and unity in our profession is stronger than division. But first, we have to connect with each other, be open to dialogue instead of starting a conflict. We have to acknowledge and build upon our shared realities: Our clients, and public health, need ethical, inclusive, and accepting practitioners.
If you’re interested in becoming a WIND Event sponsor, please contact RDRealTalk@Gmail.com for details and packages!