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1st Annual Celiac Education Day at NYU Langone Medical Center

  • Sep 18, 2016 · 10:00 AM
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The New York Langone Medical Center (NYULMC) Pediatric Celiac Disease and Gluten Related Disorders Program is hosting its 1st Annual Family Education Day. Erin Smith is thrilled to be a part of this special day and to make her first journey back to New York City since moving to California in January. Join Erin on September 18, 2016 at 10am for this informative and exciting patient-centered day.

The New York Langone Medical Center Pediatric Celiac Disease and Gluten Relate Disorders Program is a multidisciplinary medical and psychosocial support program. Through education and peer support, the program aims to empower children and their families to understand their disease, instill confidence to discuss and advocate for their disease, reduce feelings of isolation, and increase knowledge of the gluten-free diet. The program not only provides efficient and comfortable visits with our health care providers, but also hosts a myriad of kid and family friendly gluten free events. Learn more about the doctors and pediatric gastroenterology program here.

And this year, The NYULMC Pediatric Celiac Disease and Gluten Related Disorders Program is excited to host its 1st Annual Family Education Day!! 


1st Annual Family Education Day
  hosted by NYULMC Pediatric Celiac Disease and Gluten Related Disorders Program at the Hassenfeld Children's Hospital of New York at NYU Langone

RSVP is required for any patients and parents interested in attending. Please contact [masked] for more information about Family Education Day.

This is a child-friendly event! 


Note: RSVPing on the Meetup site does not guarantee you entry to this event. You MUST email [masked] if you'd like to attend.

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  • Erin S.

    Great event, but unfortunate that so many Meetup members RSVPd yes but didn't actually attend. This is quite disappointing.

    September 18

  • Kristina O.

    I wish I was in town to attend!

    September 16

  • Jessica

    Hi everyone. Apparently no one who has RSVPed has actually signed up for this event through NYU. RSVPing to an event with no intention to attend does not encourage organizations to work with us and it makes events much more difficult to organize. Please either sign up for the event with NYU or change your RSVP status. We want to encourage organizations to take our group seriously so we can keep having wonderful events!

    September 14

  • Erin S.

    This event is at the children's hospital and is geared toward the pediatric patient.

    September 6

  • Erin S.

    Hi everyone, please remember this event is run by the NYU Langone Pediatric Celiac Disease program and it is a child-centered event. You MUST respond to the email address above if you would like to attend. Sending me a message or RSVPing here does not mean you will be given access to the event that day. All questions should be sent to [masked]. Pre-registration is required!

    September 1

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