Q+A with Lauren Gladman, specialist paediatric dietitian

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This webinar is particularly relevant for dietitians working in infant/paediatric nutrition. Please extend the invitation to your maternal and child health colleagues. 

 

Back by popular demand, specialist paediatric dietitian Lauren Gladman is returning to the stage to answer all of your burning paediatric nutrition questions. Join us for an engaging and interactive Q+A hour of power, focusing on Lauren’s previous presentations on introducing solids and vegan and vegetarian diets in children. Do you have any further questions on introduction to solids, iron deficiency, suboptimal growth or fussy eating? Perhaps you’re wondering about the current literature on plant-based diets for children, or at-risk nutrients when animal products are off the menu. Now’s your chance to ask away – please submit your questions via the registration form below by 5pm 6th November (Sydney/Melbourne time).

Webinar access: The webinar link will be added to this page 12 hours prior to the live webinar.

 

About the speaker:

Lauren Gladman has worked as a paediatric dietitian for 15 years. She has worked in tertiary hospitals in Australia & the UK and has had her own private practice in Southern Sydney for 10 years. She is currently on maternity leave from her Senior Paediatric dietitian position at St George Hospital. Lauren specialises in food allergy, infant nutrition and tube feeding and tube weaning. She has been on the advisory panel for the NSW Allied health guide to feeding difficulties in Children, Go4Fun weight management program and paediatric home enteral nutrition guidelines. Lauren has presented at conferences on feeding disorders, food allergy, and Anorexia Nervosa. Lauren is a member of Dietitians Australia and ASCIA peak allergy body for Australia and New Zealand.

 

Please note a recording will be available for 4 weeks only following the live webinar.

 

CPD/CEU hours are applicable for Australia and New Zealand dietitians. US dietitians: accreditation from CDR pending. Check your local country requirements to see if you can claim for continuing education.

 

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Duration1 hour