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International Lifestyle Recommendations for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

March 28 at 11:00 am-12:00 pm EDT

Free

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Insulin Resistance infographic. The words "Insulin Resistance" are inside of a red circle. To the left of the red circle the words Obesity, Inactive, Genetics, Aging, Medications, and Rare disorders all have arrows pointing from the words to the red circle. To the right, arrows point from the red circle to the words Type 2 diabetes, PCOS, Atherosclerosis, Dyslipidemia, and Hypertension.

About This Event:

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine disorder and a main causes of infertility in women. In this webinar you’ll learn about PCOS and the role of nutrition in treatment.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    • Explain the role of weight management and nutrition in PCOS.
    • Summarize the new international evidence-based lifestyle recommendations for PCOS.
    • Identify the potential barriers to applying the lifestyle recommendations in clinical practice.

Presenters:

Annie LIn, PhD, RD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Northwestern University
Annie Lin

Brittany Jarrett PhD, RD
Postdoctoral Fellow | Lujan Lab
Cornell Nutrition

Brittany Jarrett

Continuing Education (CE) Credit

1 CPEU for RDNs approved. Click the button below for CE credit
You will be prompted to complete an evaluation after which a link will be provided.

CPEUs are available for up to 1-year post-webinar date.

Continuing Education

Event Materials

PCOS Webinar Slides

Resources for PCOS

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6 Replies to “International Lifestyle Recommendations for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)”

  1. Hello,

    I am a contractor and I am a family readiness support assistant. I have passed the webinar on to military families but I was curious if I might be able to view it though YouTube even though I am not a military spouse. I have PCOS myself and know a few other women that are not military affiliated and they could also benefit from it.

    Thank you!

    1. Dorie, Thanks for letting others know about this event. This webinar is open to anyone, and it will also be recorded for those that can’t attend the live session.

  2. Will this webinar be recorded as I will not be available 3/28 to view this timely important topic of PCOS?

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