Jan 13 2022


6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Feeding Complexities from the Gastroenterologist’s Perspective: Beyond Gastroesophageal Reflux

Join us to review how our understanding of feeding disorders, from a gastroenterologist’s perspective, has evolved away from gastroesophageal reflux towards motility abnormalities. We will review how new technology has changed our approach to these patients. Finally, we will review how we treat these patients using new evidence from the literature.

Please note this event is taking place at 6:30 pm Central Standard Time, and will be held virtually via Zoom. To find out what time this is in your country, look here. Registration will close at 5:00 pm Central Standard Time on Wednesday January 12, 2022. The meeting link will be sent to registrants via email that evening after registration closes. Please check your spam folder as our emails occasionally end up there.

This course is being submitted for credit with the Illinois Early Intervention Program. Please check with your local professional organization to determine additional professional education credit. Those who have paid for a professional ticket and are in attendance for the duration of the full event will receive a certificate of attendance for credit. Those who registered for a student ticket will also receive a certificate, however these will not be eligible for CEUs.

Tickets Available:

  • Caregiver
    • For those who are caring for a child who is learning to eat.
  • Student
    • For those who are working on degrees in a profession related to pediatric feeding; certificates not for professional development credit.
  • Professional*
    • For those who work in an area related to pediatric feeding and are seeking professional development credits (SLP, OT, Dietician, SW, Nurse, etc.)
  • Staff
    • For staff members of the Chicago Feeding Group
  • Affiliate
    • By invitation only; for official affiliates of the CFG 

*If you are paying for more than one professional, please include their name and email in the allocated spots in registration.

Rachel Rosen, MD, MPH is a pediatric gastroenterologist who directs the aerodigestive center at Boston Children’s Hospital. She has received NIH and foundation funding to conduct research on the diagnosis and treatment of aerodigestive disorders in children.

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