The Entirely Virtual 8th International PFD Conference
Now On-Demand

The IPFDC is now available on-demand

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On-demand registration will remain open Monday – Friday from April 30 – May 28. On-demand viewing closes on Monday, May 31, 2021

The 8th International Pediatric Feeding Disorder Conference is in full swing, and we are so excited by the incredible response to this year’s event!

If you missed the opportunity to attend the live conference, you can still enjoy the On-Demand conference experience. Simply register here for the all access pass to the On-Demand sessions. These recordings will be available until May 31, 2021 and include:

  • Intermediate and advanced level sessions from more than 30 internationally renowned feeding experts
  • The latest in industry research
  • Case studies shared and discussed
  • Session handouts for continued review and note taking 
  • CEU credits

Since 2008, the International Pediatric Feeding Disorder Conference (IPFDC) has been a leader in providing evidence-based education for the evaluation and treatment of children with pediatric feeding disorder featuring intermediate and advanced-level sessions from more than 30 internationally renowned feeding experts. Attendees are also presented some of the industry’s latest research during the IPFDC lightning session and gain valuable tools to earlier identify children with PFD. Completely virtual in 2021, the 8th IPFDC will be available to all registrants on-demand for 30 days post-conference.

The IPFDC is endorsed by the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, & Nutrition (NASPGHAN).

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