Today's Dietitian Spring Symposium Salt Lake City 2024

2024 Spring Symposium

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A Premier Continuing Education Event for Dietitians

Today’s Dietitian is hosting our 11th annual Spring Symposium, May 19–22, 2024 in Salt Lake City, Utah. This continuing education event for registered dietitians and other nutrition professionals offers essential CEUs through a diverse program of timely and engaging live sessions and presentations. Plus, there are ample opportunities to interact and network with fellow RDs and program sponsors. We invite you to expand your nutrition expertise and professional development by joining us!

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Why You’ll Want To Join Us

About the Spring Symposium

The foundation of our event is continuing education. Our sessions, workshops, and presentations will once again be led by some of the foremost experts in dietetics and nutrition. All topics chosen for our program are current and pertinent to the professional growth and development of registered dietitians.

Our Symposium program and lineup of expert presenters will provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to provide exceptional dietetics counsel to your clients, as well as supply you with tips to grow your professional career and practice. In addition to the selection of sessions, presentations, and workshops, our unique environment presents a variety of opportunities for fun and creative networking, peer interaction, and acquiring information from our sponsors.

Unlike any other event designed for dietitians, the Today’s Dietitian Spring Symposium offers a level of engagement, interaction, and meaningful person-to-person contact between our attendees, our session presenters, and our sponsors that is truly different and quite extraordinary for a professional meeting.

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Registration Includes:

*Registration does not include accommodations at the Hyatt Regency or travel to and from Salt Lake City.

Call 877-925-2355 or email symposium@gvpub.com.

Location & Venue

Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City

Discover Downtown Salt Lake City with Mountain Views

Discover one of the fastest growing and exciting urban hubs in the country. Boasting spacious guest rooms and suites with views of the snow-capped Wasatch Mountains, Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City offers exceptional dining options, a classy cocktail lounge, rooftop terrace with charming firepits and an outdoor pool.

Attendees are welcome to enjoy the stylish lobby, convenient market offering the perfect cup of coffee, espresso specialty drinks, snacks, and gifts. Reserve your room and indulge in Utah’s natural beauty from hiking and biking trails to world-class Salt Lake City skiing just a short drive away.

Hotel Features

Reserve Your Room

The Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City is providing a special discounted rate starting at $249 per night to Symposium registrants. Reserve your room online or call the hotel at +1 801 596 1234 and mention 2024 Today’s Dietitian Symposium.

The group rate and room reservations cannot be guaranteed as space is limited.

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Presenters & Sessions

Our 2024 lineup of presenters and sessions* includes:

* Subject to change.

Melanya Kushla

MS, RDN, LDN, CHES

Culinary Nutrition Therapy:
More Than a Cooking Demo

Emily Massi

RDN, LDN

Disrupting the Status Quo:
Integrating Accessible, Affordable, and Healthy Foods Into the Everyday Shopping Experience

Lauren Harris-Pincus

MS, RDN

Key Ingredients for the Nutrition Entrepreneur: Building a Recipe for Business Success

Allan Pincus

BS, MS

Key Ingredients for the Nutrition Entrepreneur: Building a Recipe for Business Success

Stacy Kennedy

MPH, RDN, CSO, LDN

RDs in Concierge Medicine

Adante Hart

MPH, RDN

The Power of Traditional Foods: Using Heritage Diets to Engage Clients and Improve Health Outcomes

Maggie Moon

MS, RDN

Building Brain Resilience with Cultural Foods

Keith Ayoob

EdD, RDN, FAND, CDN

The Plant-Based Paradox: Can You Be An Omnivore With No Dilemma?

Nicole Rodriguez

RDN

The Plant-Based Paradox: Can You Be An Omnivore With No Dilemma?

Diane Vizthum

MS, RDN, CSSD, LDN

Time Restricted Eating: Considerations for Females

Kathie Swift

MS, RDN, LDN, FAND, EBQ

Nutritional Strength Training for Muscle Health and Sarcopenia Prevention

Caroline Blanco

MS, RDN, LDN

A Unique Partnership Provides Diabetes Self-Management Education (Panel Presentation)

Bridgette Stasher-Booker

PhD, RHIA, CHTS-IM, MCCT

A Unique Partnership Provides Diabetes Self-Management Education (Panel Presentation)

Evelyn F. Crayton

EdD, RDN, LD, FAND

A Unique Partnership Provides Diabetes Self-Management Education (Panel Presentation)

Anthony Pinkston

MEd

A Unique Partnership Provides Diabetes Self-Management Education (Panel Presentation)

Theresa Stahl

RDN, LDN, FAND

Mind-Body Medicine for Improved Professional and Personal Outcomes

Becky Wojcik

MA, RDN, LDN, RYT

Mind-Body Medicine for Improved Professional and Personal Outcomes

Kayli Anderson

MS, RDN, DipACLM, ACSM-EP

The Role of Registered Dietitians in the Emerging Field of Lifestyle Medicine

Paulina Shetty

MS, RDN, CPT, DipACLM

The Role of Registered Dietitians in the Emerging Field of Lifestyle Medicine

Su-Nui Escobar

DCN, RDN, FAND

Semaglutide for Weight Loss:
The RDN’s Role

Sharon Palmer

MSFS, RDN

Hot Planet: Dietitians Lead the Way to Climate-Friendly Eating

Toby Amidor

MS, RDN, CDN, FAND

Ask the Expert: A Year in Review and a Look Ahead

Ashley Carter

MS, RDN, LDN

Just Give it a Try: Culinary Nutrition for Communities (Workshop)

Jasmine Westbrooks

MS, RDN, LDN, CDCES

Just Give it a Try: Culinary Nutrition for Communities (Workshop)

Heather Mangieri

MS, RDN, CSSD, LDN

A Play by Play: Counseling and Strategies to Help Adolescent Athletes Properly Fuel for Health, Growth, Development, and Performance

Jaclyn London

MS, RDN, CDN

A Deep-Dive into Gen Z: How Nutrition Myths in Media and Marketing Uniquely Affect This Consumer Demographic

Thank you to

Our Sponsors

Sponsors do not provide input into the content or design of the Symposium session program. Course content is written and created by the instructor and approved by the Today’s Dietitian Continuing Education division in accordance with CDR guidelines.

To learn more and discuss available 2023 sponsorship opportunities, contact Gigi Grillot at +1 646 942 2214 or email ggrillot@gvpub.com.

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Extended, Multi-phase Promotion

Symposium Sponsorship

Core sponsorship of the Today’s Dietitian Spring Symposium includes an extended, multi-phase interaction with our audience that goes beyond just being at the event itself. Connect with, entice, and educate our audience of nutrition professionals in the weeks and months leading up to the Symposium, then onsite at the event AND following a successful show.

Promotion Includes:

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Phase 1: Before

Through a multiplatform digital marketing campaign, your message is promoted to the entire universe of Today’s Dietitian’s professional audience and is continually reinforced prior, during, and after the May event.

Phase 2: During

Our exhibit hall is THE place to be. This is where sponsors have the opportunity to interact with and educate our attendees on their products and brands. Our attendees are eager to learn about your products and are in a position to immediately introduce them to clients who can benefit from them.

Phase 3: After

Your connection to the Symposium and its audience extends beyond the event itself, as our social media promotion and post-show e-blasts remind attendees about their visit to sponsors in the exhibit hall and all the fun and learning they enjoyed. Plus, it provides sponsors the opportunity to reach out to their followers with positive news about their experience at the Symposium.

To learn more and discuss available 2024 sponsorship opportunities, contact Gigi Grillot at +1 646 942 2214 or email ggrillot@gvpub.com.

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