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Providers looking for CMEs for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ must also complete items 51-71.

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* 1. What is your name? This field is required to receive continuing education credit.

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* 2. Are you an Occupational Therapist or OTA?

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* 3. Are you an Speech Language Pathologist wanting to submit your hours to ASHA?

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* 4. Are you a dietician/nutritionist wanting to submit CPEUs to the Commission on Dietetic Registration?

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* 5. Are you a medical doctor (MD) wanting to report CMEs to your accrediting body?

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* 6. Years of Professional Experience (please circle):

Please provide feedback for individual sessions and speakers below. Please do not score sessions you did not attend.

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* 7. Wednesday at 11:30am ET

The Power of Two: The effects and outcomes of peer-to-peer mentorship on maternal mental health while navigating pediatric feeding disorder

Jena Twete, MS, CSCS
Cassidy Martinez, RN, BSN


  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 8. The Shannon Goldwater Summit for Change: The Right Care for the Right Child at the Right Time

Toneisha Bush, MA, CCC-SLP Cuyler Romeo, MOT, OTR/L, SCFES, IBCLC Jenny McGlothlin, MS, CCC/SLP, CLC Ruth Bourque, MS, OTR/L Dana Kizer, MS, OTR/L, BCP, Family Advocate Amber Mieras, FAC Chair, Parent of Child with PFD Deanna Montalbano, Content Expert- Billing and Finance Grant Morris, MD, MPH, FAAP, FAC member, Parent of Child with PFD


  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 9. Billions of Neurons in Your Pocket: Harnessing the power of neuroscience to improve PFD treatment

Georgia Malandraki, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, F-ASHA

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 10. PFD in Infancy: Effects of infant-Driven Feeding in the NICU for Premature Infants with Comorbidities

Courtney Green, MS, CF-SLP

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 11. PFD in Infancy: Physiological Measures of Breastfeeding: A comparison between term vs pre-term infants

Buddhika Prasangi, BSc Honours; Isuru Dharmarathna, PhD


  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 12. PFD in Infancy: Feeding Challenges for Infants of Diabetic Mothers, A Research Review

Leslie-Anne Dietrich, MD, IBCLC; Melanie Van Hoy, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC, CNT, NTMTC

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 13. Evaluating PFD: Discriminant Validity of the Environment, Attitudes, Temperament, Sensory (EATS)

Blair Carsone, PhD, MOT, OTR/L; Bryce Smith, OTD, OTR/L


  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 14. Evaluating PFD: Psychometric Properties of SMART Feeding Tool: An interprofessional research study

Anne Albi, MS, CCC-SLP, IBCLC; Ravi Mishra, MD, FAAP; Cynthia Lira-Crame, MSN, RNC-NIC,

NPD-BC

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 15. Evaluating PFD: Comorbidities in Paediatric Feeding Disorders

Natalie Morris, MSc, BA (Hons) (SLP); Lucy Bates, Bsc (Hons) (OT); Hannah Daw, MSc (RD)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 16. Removing Barriers: Social determinants of health and NICU parent feeding practices

Stefanie LaManna, MS, CCC-SLP, CNT; Brooke Hatfield, MS, CCC-SLP

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 17. School Meals for Students with Disabilities: Beyond nutrition

Lily Gullion, OTR/L (PhD Student)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 18. Distilling Wisdom: Tube-Positive teaching by carers, for carers

Chris Elliot, B.Med (Hons) FRACP; Anna Ierardo, Parent; Nick Hopwood, BA (Hons) MsC PhD MD
(Honoris Causa)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 19. Addressing Families’ Understanding of Pediatric Feeding Disorders

Adina Seidenfeld, PhD

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 20. Building Consensus: ARFID & PFD

Hayley Estrem, PhD, RN; Pamela Dodrill, PhD; Jenny Thomas, PhD, FAED; Will Sharp, PhD

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The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.

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* 21. 5 minute Lightning Talk: Important Evidence-Based Practice Factors to Consider in Pediatric Feeding Disorders

Ross Westemeyer, PhD, CCC-SLP

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.