In a world full of hype and misinformation on nutrition, how do we guide employees to a healthy lifestyle?
Trina C. Ulrich, MD, Health Studies Professorial lecturer, American University
This event offers
1.0 CEU credit
CE accredited by DC Board of Nursing, JHU Education and Research Center.
With so many dietary approaches in circulation, which one can we recommend to our employees? Is there one "GOLD STANDARD" diet anymore? Leave this dinner lecture with fresh ideas and new tools to help your patients. We are honored to have Dr. Trina Ulrich as our presenter - her impressive biograpy is below.
Join us for a light, healthy dinner at 5:30 - 6:30 PM, Room 245, Mary Graydon Center, American University Main Campus. The lecture begins at 6:30 pm and concludes at 7:30 pm. Cost is $ 10 for AAOHN members, $ 15 for non-members, pay at the door by cash or check.
Do not be daunted by the location! There are two FREE parking garages within 2 blocks of the Mary Graydon Center and there are FREE shuttle buses from the Tenley Town Red Line Metro station that run evey 5 - 10 minutes. See attachments on logistics and parking map, or visit the web site of our credentialing partner, JHU Education and Research Center:
Trina C. Ulrich, MD is a Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Health Studies at American University, teaching an array of classes in the Masters of Nutrition Education Program, as well as sports psychology in the undergraduate Health Promotion Program. Trina also serves as the medical consultant to the university’s Institutional Review Board, mentors graduate nutrition education students, undergraduate pre-medical students and collaborates with fellow professors across departments in creating multidisciplinary courses and creating documentaries on the interplay of healthcare and nutrition.
Trina studied Sports Medicine during her undergraduate years at the University of Virginia, was a Graduate DAAD Scholar in Pharmaceutical Biology at the University of Freiburg in Germany and earned her MD degree from Howard University School of Medicine. As Trina’s clinical work transitioned to educational work within the hospital setting, she furthered her education at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition based in New York City.