Webinars, Podcasts & Videos

More Than Celiac Disease: Managing Multiple Autoimmune Conditions Webinar


Together with the Celiac Research Program at Harvard Medical School, NCA is hosting this webinar on Thursday February 11th at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. Register now!

Managing celiac disease presents unique medical, emotional and social challenges; having more than one autoimmune disease in an individual or family requires additional coping skills.

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Join Dr. Edwin Liu, Director of the Colorado Center for Celiac Disease, and Janis Arnold, MSW, LICSW, licensed social worker at Boston Children’s Hospital for a compelling session on science and social support.

Dr. Liu will address the types of autoimmune diseases associated with celiac disease, recommendations for monitoring, and the role of gluten in the development of autoimmunity.

Janis will talk about the social worker’s role on the medical care team, identify the developmental stages a patient goes through in adjusting to a chronic illness, and describe approaches and resources to assist in managing the psychosocial aspects.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs): 1.25 CEUs for Registered Dietitians (pending); 1.5 CEUs for Registered Nurses

Register for the February 11th webinar and view past webinars here.

Podcasts & Videos


Gluten-Free Makeover: Assessment and Education for a Healthier You: NCA San Diego hosted celiac dietitian Melinda Dennis, MS, RDN, LDN for a webinar titled Gluten-Free Makeover: Assessment and Education for a Healthier You. NOTE: This video will only be available for a limited time.

Mind Body Medicine & GI Conditions Video: Dr Mark Salvatore explains how to use mind body medicine strategies and practices to help patients with a range of conditions to decrease GI symptoms and boost mental health.


Mind Body Breakthroughs Podcast:  Episode 90 of this podcast features Dr. Alessio Fasano discussing the connection between the microbiome and health.


Celiac Project Podcast:  Episode 258 of this podcast also covers the mind/body connection, this time with Dr. Alyse Bedell of the University of Chicago.