Attend educational webinars and meetings, lend your voice to state and federal advocacy initiatives, and fundraise for celiac disease research. Whatever your interest, we have an event for you!


December 8, 2022

Celiac Peer Perspectives Case Conference

Continuing Education for Healthcare Practitioners

Please join the Boston Children's Hospital Celiac Disease Program for a monthly case conference to discuss complex cases and strategies for celiac disease management. This course (220113-RSS) is approved for 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ for physicians, 1.00 contact hours for nurses, 1.00 CE credits for psychologists, 1.00 ACE CE continuing education credits for social workers, and 1.00 CEUs for Registered Dietitians.

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January 12, 2023

Celiac Peer Perspectives Case Conference

Please join the Boston Children's Hospital Celiac Disease Program for a monthly case conference to discuss complex cases and strategies for celiac disease management. This course (220113-RSS) is approved for 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ for physicians, 1.00 contact hours for nurses, 1.00 CE credits for psychologists, 1.00 ACE CE continuing education credits for social workers, and 1.00 CEUs for Registered Dietitians.

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Celiac Peer Perspectives Case Conference2
September 8, 2022

Celiac Peer Perspectives Case Conference

Continuing Education for Healthcare Practitioners

Please join the Boston Children's Hospital Celiac Disease Program for a monthly case conference to discuss complex cases and strategies for celiac disease management. This course (220113-RSS) is approved for 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ for physicians, 1.00 contact hours for nurses, 1.00 CE credits for psychologists, 1.00 ACE CE continuing education credits for social workers, and 1.00 CEUs for Registered Dietitians.

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UChicago Celiac Center Family Network- Gearing up for School: Events and Friends2 Celiac Connect Virtual Event2
August 19, 2022

Celiac Connect Virtual Event

Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Medical Center

The purpose of this series is to increase the knowledge base of participants in the pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and management of celiac disease to make them aware of the potential increase of morbidity and mortality and to educate about the nature of a gluten-free diet. Columbia University The target audience is adult and pediatric physicians and physician's assistants, nurse practitioners, fellows, dietitians and nutritionists, researchers and patients.

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