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JIFSAN Event Registration

FDA-JIFSAN Dietetics and Nutrition Webinar

Monday, September 22: 11:30AM - 3:30PM UTC
Tuesday, September 23: 11:30AM - 3:30PM UTC
Price: $50.00
 

Price

This event has limited seating. Registration closes on September 17th at 23:59 or when capacity is reached.

$50 USD base cost -- This price includes one (1) site connection for a single computer and Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for one (1) viewer.

$150 USD add-on ($200 USD total) -- This price includes one (1) site connection for a single computer and Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for all viewers at the site

Computer Requirements

The webinar will use Adobe Connect. Please check to make sure your computer is capable of running this product. Adobe Connect System Requirements

Intended Audience

The Webinar is designed for dietetic interns, students and faculty in dietetics and nutrition, and practitioners in dietetics, nutrition and other professional areas related to health and well-being. Other interested parties may also participate.

Overview

The purpose of the webinar is to communicate FDA's nutrition and regulatory activities that are relevant to the practice of nutrition and dietetics. In March, 2012, the Joint FDA/JIFSAN Webinar covered current and basic information on food and nutrition regulatory policies. As the information on these topics has advanced over the past two years, this year's webinar will cover topics that have any available new and updated information. The agenda includes the following: September 22nd -updating the Nutrition Facts panel, serving sizes, labeling claims, seafood and health, dietary supplements, food and color additives and consumer research; September 23 -infant formula regulations, medical foods, food allergens, approaches to reducing sodium consumption, the GRAS notification process with probiotics as an example, and partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) and trans fat, non-nutritive sweeteners and dietary supplements. The Webinar is designed to be interactive with the audience. In addition to a question and answer period at the end of each presentation, there will be case studies, quizzes and polls during the presentations.

Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credits

The Commission on Dietetics Registration has approved this 2-day webinar for up to 7 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. CPE certificates will be made available at the end of the webinar following the evaluation.

Registration is currently closed

The event is at capacity. Please check back in the future as seats may become available.