Oldways offers a range of Continuing Professional Education programs for dietitians and dietetic technicians, at no charge. These include webinars, conferences, and video proceedings from our conferences. Some dietitians have even used our overseas culinaria programs to earn credits. Oldways is a Continuing Professional Education Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR), provider number OI440. We welcome your feedback to continually improve the activities/materials offered. RDs may also submit evaluations of the quality of materials to CDR.

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REGISTRATION IS OPEN: Maternal and Early Child Feeding: The Impact of Nutrition on Food Allergy Development Pre-birth Through 2 Years

December 3, 2020 at 3:00 PM ET

Much attention has been paid to maternal diet, breastfeeding, and early child nutrition and child development and health. In this session, infant feeding expert Sherry Coleman Collins, MS, RDN, LD, will review some of the relevant research on how mother’s diet influences the development of food allergies and potential opportunities for intervention, including diet diversity and inclusion of common food allergens in the diet of mothers and babies. In addition, the presenter will discuss the inclusion of feeding advice for children age 0-2 years relative to food allergy prevention in the recently released Dietary Guidelines for Americans’ scientific report. (Thanks to the National Peanut Board for sponsoring this session!)

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REGISTRATION IS OPEN: Curry, Dal, and Ghee: Meeting the Needs of Indian Patients

December 10, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET

The most effective nutrition therapies are those that work within cultural preferences and practices, rather than against them. In this session, Madhu Gadia, RD, CDE, author of New Indian Home Cooking and The Indian Vegan Kitchen, will take dietitians on a journey throughout Indian and South Asian food traditions and wellness practices (such as ayurvedic medicine), so that dietitians can better meet the needs of their Indian patients. Madhu will show dietitians how to avoid common missteps and avoid insensitivities, and will show how traditional Indian foods can be used to help improve patients’ diets. Eligible for 1 CPEU for RDs

Register for December 10th Webinar




REGISTRATION IS OPEN: Unlocking the Cardiovascular Benefits of Tea

January 27, 2021 at 2:00 PM ET

Tea is the 2nd most consumed beverage in the world and has long been associated with providing health benefits, and new research helps us understand why. In this webinar, Mr. Alexander White, a master tea brewer will cover the culinary aspects of Camellia sinensis, true tea. He will provide an overview of cultivars of tea and agricultural practices to produce the various teas commonly found in the marketplace and he invites you taste along with him. Dr. Joy Dubost will then provide a research overview of flavonoids, their importance, and how unsweetened tea contributes to flavonoids in the diet. Finally, Dr. Taylor Wallace will present the results from two recent systematic reviews of randomized controlled trials and prospective cohort studies, which explore the connections between tea and heart health. (Thanks to Unilever for sponsoring this session!)

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Today’s Dietitian Webinar

Learn more about plant-based eating, including in the hospital setting.





Whole Grains Council Webinars

Learn about sourdough starters, wheat sensitivities, and more from our series of whole grain webinars.





A Taste of Latin American Heritage/ El Sabor de la Herencia Latinoamericana Webinar

In this session, offered in both English and Spanish, leading nutrition experts explore nutrition and health disparities in Latin American Communities, as well as highlight the healthy food traditions of Latin America. This webinar  is also a great primer for those interested in teaching Oldways’ A Taste of Latin American Heritage cooking and nutrition classes





The RD’s Guide to Cultural Humility Webinar

In this session, Oldways President Sara Baer-Sinnott introduces a panel of three leading experts to explore racial and cultural health inequities, cultural humility, and healthy food traditions from across Asia, Latin America, and the African Diaspora.

Meet our panelists:

Ka Hei Karen Lau, MS, RD, LDN CDE, Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator, Joslin Diabetes Center

Sylvia Klinger, DBA, MS, RD, LDN, CPT, founder, Hispanic Food Communications

Constance Brown-Riggs, MSEd, RD, CDE, CDN, president and owner, CBR Nutrition Enterprises

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2018 Whole Grains Council Conference Videos

Our latest in-person Whole Grains Council Conference was held in Seattle November 4-6, 2018. Learn about local grain economies, the latest health research, whole grain trends in restaurants, consumer attitudes, and more. Recordings from our conference can be viewed for CPE credit until November 3, 2021. There are a total of 6 hours of videos linked below, so viewing all videos would be eligible for up to 6 hours of CPEU credit. Level 2, 6 Credit Hours.

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Other CPEU Opportunities 





Culinaria Travel

Immerse yourself in delicious and nutritious global diets. Our tour groups travel with acclaimed chefs, and include carefully curated week-long itineraries filled with unforgettable cultural and culinary experiences. CPEU hours vary from trip to trip, and often are eligible for more than a dozen hours.

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