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the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in collaboration with the American Medical Association (AMA), released a continuing medical education (CME) video for physicians to learn about the new Nutrition Facts Label (NFL); to learn practical strategies for talking nutrition to patients; to provide guidance that is important for general health, combatting obesity, and reducing the risk of other chronic illnesses.
Are you a registered dietitian nutritionist or dietetic technician in need of continuing education opportunities? This website archives tons of conferences, modules, reference books and self-study opportunities on anything from learning about healthy aging, sports nutrition, diabetes care, even renal dietetics.
Nutrition Dimension offers webinars on healthy eating strategies, stress management ideas, and much more. Click on this webpage to view their Continuing Education courses, live webinar opportunities, and recorded webinars. You can watch some webinars for free, but you might incur a cost for others.
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You can fulfill your state’s continuing education requirements through online webinars from ContinuingEducation.com. Whether you’re a registered dietitian, athletic trainer, respiratory tech, or social worker - go to this website to find webinars focused on your area of expertise. Once there, click on the “Find My Profession” tab to see if your area is covered. They offer free webinars, but you may incur a fee with others.
The Malnutrition Center from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has resources with free continuing education for registered dietitians, nurses, and certified case managers. Click on the “Free CPE” tab to find them.