Recorded June 17, 2015

This webinar will educate RDNs how to begin to speak and understand basic Spanish to communicate with their clients. Presented by Ilene Cohen, MS, RDN, CDN, CDE, E-RYT.

Through this 60 minute webinar, participants will learn to:

  1. RDNs will learn basic Spanish vocabulary and phrases to be able to establish basic rapport with their patients/clients.  
  2. RDNs will be able to conduct a basic 24-hour diet recall in Spanish. 
  3. Participants will learn how the ability to communicate in another language can improve communication with patients and clients and ultimately, improved health outcomes.   

1 CEU to be provided. CEU certificate awarded after completion of webinar.

CEU Codes: 1040, 1060, 6020, 6070

Recorded June 4th, 2015

This webinar will help Second Career Dietitians or students better understand some of the challenges and opportunities they will encounter as they transition into their new profession. In addition, learn how to overcome challenges and capitalize on the opportunities open to Second Career Dietitians due to their unique backgrounds and experience levels. Those who work with Second Career Dietitians will better understand some of the unique characteristics of this group as well.  Presented by Jacqueline B. Marcus, MS, RDN, LDN, CNS, FADA, FAND.

Recorded May 7, 2015

Failure to disclose conflict of interest when making dietary recommendations to the public is unethical and illegal. Non-disclosure diminishes the credibility of RDNs, the companies they represent, and the profession as a whole. In this session, Regan Jones will lead a discussion to help participants understand the ethical and legal ramifications of non-disclosure and round out the session with best practice guidelines and real life examples for properly disclosing corporate ties across all types of media and programming, both traditional and social.

Through this 60 minute webinar, participants will learn to:

  1. Explain why non-disclosure is an unethical and illegal practice, and how it affects the credibility of our profession
  2. Support and share this information with other RDNs, for the purpose of raising awareness and achieving best practices
  3. Apply proper disclosure practices within their own RDN setting when communicating via events, traditional and social media

Presented by Regan Jones, RDN, and Janet Helm, MS, RDN

Recorded on April 16, 2015

1.5 CEUs until April 16, 2016

Several sets of new guidelines and recommendations related to nutrition for prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease have been released. This webinar will increase participants’ understanding of how these recommendations influence current strategies for use in counseling people with cardiovascular disease and as part of preventive healthcare.

Hosted by Karen Collins, MS, RDN, CDN, FAND; and Sharon Smalling, MPH, RD, LD.

Recorded March 12, 2015

Learn practical steps to align personal and professional values to create a thriving private practice from three Registered Dietitians who are successful in this field: Kait Fortunato Greenberg, RD, LD; Rebecca Bitzer, MS, RD, CEDRD; Dana Magee, RD, LD. Through this 90 minute (1.5 CEU) webinar, participants will learn:

  1. How to develop programs for client success
  2. Successful marketing strategies for business growth
  3. How to financially run a successful private practice

Recorded February 19, 2015

Refocus your career and business messages in marketing and social media to purposely attract people you have gifts to help. 

Through this 1 hour (1.0 CEU) webinar, participants will learn to:

  1. Discuss 3 reasons why it is critical as a nutrition professional to be active online and delineate how these strengthen your own brand.
  2. Determine 3 specific helping actions online that resonate with you that will get you noticed in ways that strengthen your career or business. 
  3. How to establish yourself as an authority in nutrition for those you want to help. 

Presenter: Teresa Pangan, PhD, RDN

Recorded January 27, 2015

Interested in writing a book but not sure where to start? This will be a panel discussion with 3 dietitian authors who will provide their expertise on how to write for pay and recognition. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to talk with the experts and start writing a book of your own!

Panelist: Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, CDE, FAND;  Connie Evers, MS, RD, LD;  Karen Ansel, MS, RDN, CDN

Recorded Monday, January 19, 2015

Advanced FODMAPs - The Latest on this Novel Therapy for IBS presented by Kate Scarlata, RD, LDN.  1 CEU under Code 175.

Irritable bowel syndrome is a debilitating functional gut disorder estimated to impact 1 in 5 Americans.  The low FODMAP is a new therapy and is being modified regularly due to new food analysis. This topic will provide the most recent research for applying the low FODMAP diet, an evidenced based nutrition therapy that can improve symptom management for those who suffer with IBS.

Kate Scarlata, RD, LDN, is a Boston-based private practice registered dietitian with over 25 years of experience in the nutrition and wellness field.  She earned her Bachelor in Science from Simmons College and her postgraduate training was completed at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.  Kate is the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Eating Well with IBS (Penguin 2010) and the coauthor of the New York Times Best Seller, 21 Day Tummy (Reader’s Digest 2013). 

Social Media

NE members can download this webinar at no cost from the Webinar Library (Members section of the website).

Recorded December 10, 2014

Are you trying to figure out how to use social media for your brand? This topic will help NE members know how to effectively launch a presence on social media and improve their strategies for existing platforms. You won’t want to miss this one!

Hosted by Kara Lydon, RD, LDN, The Foodie Dietitian.  Kara is a nationally recognized nutrition and wellness expert. Based in Boston, MA, Kara offers nutrition & culinary coaching and consulting services and is a certified yoga instructor. Often sought after for her passion and expertise for various media and speaking opportunities, Kara has most recently been featured in Food & Nutrition Magazine, Today’s Dietitian, Shape, Fitness, Dot Complicated, Tennis View Magazine, and Fitbie.

NE members can download this webinar at no cost from the Webinar Library (Members section of the website).

Recorded November 6, 2014 

Interested in learning how to market yourself to help your business? This webinar is for you! Listen to Dan Janal teach us everything we need to know about selling our services to new business and the media! Publicity is the least expensive form of marketing and the most effective. When you know how to use the media, you’ll help grow your business.

Hosted by Dan Janal.  Dan is one of the Founding Fathers of Internet Marketing and Publicity. He wrote one of the first books on Internet Marketing back in 1994. He taught the first Internet Marketing class at Berkeley and also taught Internet Branding at Stanford. He now focuses on helping clients build their brands so they can sell more products and services.