Field Trip to Wright’s Dairy
Please join Health Care Without Harm for a visit to Wright’s Dairy. This field trip will include a tour of the barn and milking parlor and a discussion of Wright’s practices and products.Wright’s Dairy is a family owned and operated farm located in North Smithfield that pasteurizes and bottles milk on-site. It currently delivers its product throughout Rhode Island. Wright’s Dairy is part of Health Care Without Harm’s Faces of New England program, a new initiative to help connect producers to institutional buyers.
Please complete this poll, if you are interested in joining us for the field trip to Wright’s Dairy.
Molly Kellogg’s Counseling Intensive
This workshop is a unique experiential program that uses a small group format; participants will practice with partners to integrate skills. An on-line program is completed prior to the workshop and allows a deeper practice during the two-day program. Credits approved for Registered Dietitians and DTRs are: 18 (Certificate of completion will be provided to everyone). We keep these workshops small to maximize individual attention. Early registration is advised!
Print brochure at http://www.mollykellogg.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Brochure-CI.pdf
Register online at http://www.mollykellogg.com/professionals/counseling-intensive/
WORKSHOP DATES: September 16-17, 2017
LOCATION: Boston, MA (UMass/Lowell)
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: August 19
How behavior change happens
Evidence for Motivational Interviewing
How to work with resistance
Fundamental counseling skills
Unpacking client meaning and values
Exploring confidence to change
Helping clients gain more choice
Providing advice effectively
Professional boundaries, including use of self-disclosure and answering personal questions
Help with tough cases
Self-care and avoiding burn out
What to do when you have very little time
…and much more!!
Others have said: “This was the missing piece!” “The single most helpful workshop I have attended to help my effectiveness as a dietitian.” “These are the skills we all wish we had been taught in school.”
Interested but can’t attend this time? Sign up for the free “Counseling Tips for Nutrition Therapists” e-mail series at www.mollykellogg.com
Pediatric Clinical Nutrition Managers- Survey
We need your help! We are compiling contact information for pediatric clinical nutrition managers to request participation in a brief survey (10-15 minutes) on inpatient pediatric nutrition screening practices (survey details below). Pediatric clinical nutrition managers – Click Here to share your contact info for participation in this important survey! Not a clinical nutrition manager? Please forward this email to the clinical nutrition managers at your institution.
Survey details: Malnutrition Screening Practices
Malnutrition screening for all inpatients has been advocated by nutrition experts and professional societies to allow early treatment and to prevent associated complications. Yet, little is known about how pediatric hospitals currently screen inpatients for nutritional status. We are conducting a brief survey of U.S. pediatric hospitals on their nutrition screening practices. We are hoping for 100% participation of clinical nutrition managers of all pediatric hospitals (including rehab / psychiatric hospitals) and adult hospitals with pediatric units.Clinical nutrition managers who complete the study survey will be entered to win one of six $50 gift cards to amazon.com. All data will be reported in aggregate and individual hospitals will not be identifiable in reports.
Thank you very much for your help!
Coral Rudie, RD, LDN, Clinical Nutritional Specialist I, Boston Children’s Hospital