Celiac Disease For Nurses and Health Care Providers
Approved for 8 CEs by the ONA and Accredited by the ANA
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Chemeketa Center for Business and Industry
626 High Street NE
Salem, Oregon 97301
Reserve your seat today! Attendance is limited at each event. Please register early to reserve your seat.
The early bird registration cost is $199 if purchased 3 months or more in advance. Thereafter registration cost is $225 or $250 at the door.
This continuing education activity was approved by Oregon Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Participants can earn up to 8 hours of nursing education contact hours with course completion. To view the Requirements for Successful Completion of this CNE Activity click here
Registration begins at 7:00am with the session beginning promptly at 7:30am. There will be a 1-hour lunch break and two ½ hour breaks. Lunch is on your own. Attendees are encouraged to bring your own food for snacks and lunch. At some locations we have arranged for a Gluten Free Food Truck to be available. Beverage service will be provided throughout the day. Each day will conclude at 17:30 / 5:30pm.
Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity for Nurses and Health Care Providers is appropriate for all health care providers including but not limited to Nurses, Doctors, PTs, OTs, Pharmacists, RDs, Nutritionists, Paramedics, CNAs, MAs, Hospital Administrators, Chefs, All facility Administrators, Mental Health practitioners, food service professionals, parents, teachers, and everyone interested in learning more about celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity is welcome and encouraged to attend.
This course is accredited for health care providers to earn contact hours for professional development. The content is to the professional medical level. We welcome and encourage everyone to register and attend this course.
“In 2004 the National Institute of Health recommended a health care provider training course on celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity because both are ‘grossly underdiagnosed’.”
“As health care professionals we have an obligation to be educated on all aspects of celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.”