Newsletter CPE

The Women’s Health Report is a bi-annual electronic publication of the Women’s Health Dietetic Practice Group. Below are the articles with CPE.


WHR_Issue1_2018.jpgWomen's Health Report: Women and Liver Disease: Role of Nutritional Interventions

CPEU Expiration: November 15, 2020

The prevalence of liver disease is increasing, particularly in women. While liver disease affects both men and women, the medical and life-long health impact on women appears to be unique. Research on the impact of liver disease on women is focused on protocols and management to promote early diagnosis and initiate effective treatment to improve patient outcomes.

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WHR_Issue_4_2018.jpgWomen's Health Report: Aging with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

CPEU Expiration: September 1, 2021

This article discusses PCOS and its associated risk factors, how PCOS changes with age, and effective evidence-based treatment options. It also examines implications for how dietetics professionals can best help their clients who have PCOS.

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WHR_Issue_1_2018-19.jpgWomen's Health Report: Celiac Disease and its Effects on Bone Health

CPEU Expiration: October 7, 2021

This article, written by celiac disease expert Amy Keller, MS, RD, describes the impact of celiac disease on bone health, a major health concern for women, and offers ways to mitigate the effects of this disease to maintain bone health.

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WHR_Issue_2_2019_Final.jpgWomen's Health Report: Nutrition Counseling and Healthy Weight Gain During Pregnancy: A Systematic Review

CPEU Expiration: April 8, 2022

Systematic review evaluating the available literature surrounding nutrition counseling during pregnancy to determine its effectiveness at promoting healthy weight gain. It the master's thesis of Linsday Thunell, MS, with her professor Kathleen Davis, PhD, RDN, CSP, LD, as co-author.

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WHR_Issue_1_2019-20.jpgWomen's Health Report: Nutrition for Menopause and Beyond: What is Healthy and Appropriate vs. Disordered and Dangerous?

CPEU Expiration: October 8, 2022

The article explores the physical effects of menopause on women's health and metabolism, nutrition recommendations for menopause, and ways RDNs can help women balance the message of healthful aging with the pressure of perfection and the reality of disordered eating behaviors in some women during this life stage.

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