Continuing EducationSources for continuing education:
- Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo
- ADA Center for Professional Development
CDR-approved Continuing Professional Education (CPE) activities
SAVE THE DATE: Bridging the Gap with Education Diabetes Symposium and Workshop--2012, October 17-19, 2012, Embassy Suites, Charleston, WV
Free on-demand Webinar - Lactose Intolerance
On October 18th, the NDC Lactose Intolerance (LI) health professional (HP) program hosted a national HP webinar focused on LI in different ethnic minorities, highlighting African Americans and Hispanics, and the unintended health consequences of their dairy avoidance. The webinar, co-sponsored by Creighton University Continuing Medical Education, featured two members of NDC’s Speakers Bureau and experts on both minority health and lactose intolerance. Jeanette Newton-Keith, MD (a gastroenterologist) and Cecilia Pozo-Fileti, MS, RD, who presented research as well as practical tips for dairy consumption for those with LI.
RD Link: http://www.nationaldairycouncil.org/EducationMaterials/HealthProfessionalsEducationKits/Pages/October%20Webinar.aspx
MD Link: http://medschool.creighton.edu/index.php?id=6697
In addition, the Lactose Intolerance Health Education Kit continues to be an excellent resource, and in the coming weeks, an updated health education piece - Lactose Intolerance Among Different Ethnic Groups – will be added.
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PROGRAM: Health Literacy Training for Health Professionals
DATE: February 2-3, 2012 (must attend both days to receive credit)
LOCATION: Bridgeport Conference Center, Bridgeport, WV
CREDIT: 14.25 (must attend both days to receive credit)
CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION: Rose-Ann Prince: email@example.com or 304-388-9963
Diabetes Symposium Workshop website - http://dsw.ext.wvu.edu/
Kraft Foods is pleased to offer a free Continuing Professional Education (CPE) program for Registered Dietitians and Dietetic Technicians. The program provides 1 CPE credit hour upon completion.
Get started with the CPE program now
Nutrition Interventions for the Prevention and Management of Diabetes
In addition, we invite you to visit Good Eating, Good Living for simple and delicious food and lifestyle ideas that can enhance the educational support you offer patients with diabetes—just in time for the holidays.
Five Reasons to Visit Your Local Farmers' Market:
- You are supporting local farmers
- Fresh produce (with lots of variety from different vendors)
- Less energy is used in getting the produce to the market
- It's a good opportunity to socialize with others in the community
- It's cheaper!
Be sure to check out some of our favorite Recipes