When your baby has a diagnosis of suspected or confirmed cow’s milk allergy, feeding can feel overwhelming, in particular with so much confusing information on social media and the internet. Dr. Rosan Meyer, specialist paediatric dietitian, has 23 years of experience in paediatric nutrition and food allergy and will with this webinar provide an overview on cow’s milk allergy versus intolerance and share the basics for dietary management and some practical tips for cooking and replacement of cow’s milk in your baby’s diet. This 45 min webinar does not replace a medical diagnosis or an individualised session with your dietitian.
Dr. Rosan Meyer has 24 years of experience in paediatric nutrition and specialises in food allergy. Dietary management of food allergy can be very challenging and the nutritional demands on the child, depending on the food allergen/s that are eliminated can be of concern. This live Q and A session, is not a replacement for an individual dietetic consultation, but provides parents the opportunity to ask general questions about the dietary management of food allergies. Its a free webinar that will last about 45 min. You can send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the event.
This webinar is aimed at parents of babies with a confirmed food allergy. Dr. Rosan Meyer, paediatric dietitian will cover current research on how and when to introduce solids and provide parents with guidance on how to practically implement this. This webinar, will also cover the basics on vitamin and mineral supplementation in food allergic babies. This webinar does not replace a individualised consultation with a dietitian.
It is common for parents to be worried about their child’s growth, as growth in early childhood can have a long term impact. The question however is, when to really be worried and what the difference is between faltering growth and malnutrition. Once this has been established, most parents also want to know about catch-up growth and what they can practically do in regards to food and feeds at home. Dr. Rosan Meyer, paediatric dietitian, has 24 year experience in paediatric nutrition and will provide during the webinar some practical tips on how to manage faltering growth and also when to access further healthcare input. This webinar is not a replacement for an individual dietetic consultation and will be 50 min long (including 5 min of questions) and cost 20 Euros.
Early childhood is an important time for growth and development. Establishing good eating patterns here is key to support health in childhood and later life. To do this, parents need to have knowledge of what makes a “healthy diet” during childhood and to also understand the principles of good growth. This live Q and A will not only focus on how to promote healthy eating in childhood, but also how to minimise the risk of excessive weight gain and what can be done if parents have concern about their child’s eating patterns. Dr. Julie Lanigan has more than 25 year’s experience in childhood obesity and is co-founder of TrimTots Community Interest Company, which is aimed at prevention and treatment of childhood obesity. This free live webinar will be 45 min long, and you can ask questions about healthy eating and growth in children. You can also send your questions prior to the webinar to email@example.com
It will be Coeliac Disease Awareness Week from the 9th-15th of May 2021 and to support this initiative we will be hosting a free webinar for healthcare professionals and parents. This 45 min webinar, by specialist paediatric dietitian, Natalie Yerlett will provide you with the common symptoms and pathophysiology of coeliac disease, how to test for it and most importantly the dietary management. Topics such a whether gluten free oats should be included/not included will also be covered in this webinar and you will have the opportunity to ask your questions live.
This webinar is aimed at parents and taps into Dr. Rosan Meyer’s extensive experience as a paediatric dietitian dealing with feeding difficulties in young children. Feed and food aversions are very common in early childhood and are a great concern for any parent. This webinar will explain typical symptoms, when you should be worried and see a healthcare professional, but most importantly this webinar will cover some practical advice on how to manage feeding difficulties. The webinar will last 40 min and have 5 min of online questions at the end.