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Spots remain open for the University of Virginia Health System’s “Weekend Warrior” program taking place this Spring 2019! This 2-day program features up-to-date, evidenced-based education sessions presented by two of the nutrition support community’s most passionate and knowledgeable leaders, Carol Reese-Parrish and Joe Krenitsky. Click on this attachment for the schedule of topics and information on how to register. Information can also be found here: https://med.virginia.edu/ginutrition/weekend-warrior-program-in-nashville-tn/

REGISTRATION CLOSES FEBRUARY 20TH!

The 2019 TAND Annual Meeting will take place February 26th, 2019, at Millennium Maxwell House Hotel in Nashville, TN, with Hill Day following February 27th. Register today! This is a great opportunity to network with other fellow RDs in Tennessee. The annual meeting will provide 8 CEUs with Hill day providing 1 CEU. Click on the links below for more information regarding the meeting agenda as well as how to register for this amazing event! Stay tuned to the NAND and TAND facebook pages for updates.

Click here to register for the TAND Annual Meeting and Hill Day Agenda!
Click here to view the meeting agenda with speakers and topics!

Mark “Going” for the TAND facebook events to stay up-to-date! 
Click here for the TAND Facebook event for the Annual Meeting February 26th, 2019. 
Click here for the TAND Facebook event for Hill Day February 27th, 2019.

Don’t miss your chance to network with fellow #TNRDs before the 2019 Annual Meeting at one of SIX delicious opportunities. #TNRDs will be meeting up to eat at some of Nashville’s most popular restaurants on Monday February 25th, the day before the meeting kicks off. Click here for more details.

The last day to vote in the Academy’s 2019 election is  February 15th. This is a great opportunity to have a role in selecting our future leaders. One of our very own, past NAND President and current Website Coordinator Collette Powers, is running for a position in the Renal DPG group so please consider taking a moment to cast your vote! Access the ballot at the link below to view this year’s candidates for both the national election and DPG groups.

View the slate of candidates and vote electronically here. 

2019-2020 TAND Delegate Ballot Nominees

Voting for the 2019-2020 TAND Delegate is now open! Click here to review the candidates information and cast your vote. Voting closes in one week so do not delay, vote today!

The 2019 TAND Annual Meeting will be held February 26th, 2019, at Millennium Maxwell House Hotel in Nashville, TN, with Hill Day following February 27th. Register today! This is a great opportunity to network with other fellow RDs in Tennessee. The annual meeting will provide 8 CEUs with Hill day providing 1 CEU. Click on the links below for more information regarding the meeting agenda as well as how to register for this amazing event! Stay tuned to the NAND and TAND facebook pages for updates.

Click here to register for the TAND Annual Meeting and Hill Day Agenda!
Click here to view the meeting agenda with speakers and topics!

Mark “Going” for the TAND facebook events to stay up-to-date!
Click here for the TAND Facebook event for the Annual Meeting February 26th, 2019.
Click here for the TAND Facebook event for Hill Day February 27th, 2019.

Don’t miss your chance to network with fellow #TNRDs before the 2019 Annual Meeting at one of these SIX delicious opportunities. #TNRDs will be meeting up to eat at some of Nashville’s most popular restaurants on Monday February 25th, the day before the meeting kicks off. Click here for more details.

Don’t forget to vote in the Academy’s 2019 Election! Participation from Tennessee has been steadily declining over the past few years, noted at 12% participation in 2018. We want to change that! Please consider taking a few minutes to view the slate of candidates below and cast your vote today. The last day to vote is February 15th.

View the slate of candidates and vote electronically here. Receive a coupon good for $5 off your next purchase from the eatrightSTORE when you cast your ballot!

Spots remain open for the University of Virginia Health System’s “Weekend Warrior” program taking place this Spring 2019! This 2-day program features up-to-date, evidenced-based education sessions presented by two of the nutrition support community’s most passionate and knowledgeable leaders, Carol Reese-Parrish and Joe Krenitsky. Click on this attachment for the schedule of topics and information on how to register. Information can also be found here: https://med.virginia.edu/ginutrition/weekend-warrior-program-in-nashville-tn/

Please register by February 20th. If the minimum number of attendees required is not met, the event will be cancelled. Please share with any colleagues you think would be interested.

*Sign up today! Registration is limited to 65 participants*

Free CEU Opportunity February 7th

February 2, 2019 | Meetings & Events | No Comments

Join the National Dairy Council for a complimentary webinar on the dairy community’s ongoing contributions to health and sustainable food systems.

Date: Thursday, February 7th, 2019

Time: 12:00-1:00 pm CST

This webinar has been approved for: 1.0 CPEU for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) per the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).

For more information and to register, click here.

University of Tennessee at Martin’s Annual Nutrition Symposium

WhenMarch 15th, 8:30am-3:00pm CST

Topic: Three featured professional speakers “Beef’s Role in a Healthy Diet”, Karman Meyer RDN, LDN, Tennessee Beef Industry Council; Insulin Resistance and Obesity – What is the Role of Nutrition, Diet, and Nutrients?, Heidi J. Silver, RDN, MS, PhD, Vanderbilt University; Dietary Nitrate Supplementation and Exercise Performance, Dr. Ajit Korgaokar, Assistant Professor, Health & Human Performance, University of Tennessee at Martin and 10 briefings from UTM Dietetic Interns on their literature review on a variety of topics.

Cost: $25 for 5.5 CPE’s, including lunch. $10 discount, $15, for current Preceptors for the UTM DI and DPD programs.

Contact Brian Carroll, bcarro18@utm.edu, for a link to registration, which will be available soon.

TAND is offering scholarships up to $1000 each to qualified applicants interested in pursuing specialty practice certifications. Scholarship recipients are required to complete the training and certification by May 1, 2019 in order to apply for reimbursement. Deadline for scholarship applications is May 1, 2019 with notification of awards by June 1, 2019. More information regarding eligibility criteria and application requirements can be found on the TAND website at http://eatright-tn.org/Scholarships%20and%20Awards. For questions about the application process, please contact Ginger Carney.