Thursday, September 28th at 1pm ET/10am PT

Over 80% of all internet traffic will be from video by 2020. (CISCO, 2016). Dietitians have a unique opportunity to share their evidence based messages using video. This webinar will help them understand the importance and reach of video while giving them tools to get started in video production.  Presented by Betsy Ramirez, MEd, RDN.

CEU Codes: 1100, 4100, 7000

A robust and exciting conversation and coming together around the philosophy of how to guide your Clients towards a healthier life.

Recorded September 6th 2017

This webinar will cover the field of nutrition communications and how nutrition entrepreneurs can translate the science through either presenting to clients, peers or working in the media as a spokesperson and/or consultant.

CEU Codes: 1090, 1130, 9020

To Be Held Tuesday, Aug 29th at 1pm ET

Food Photography for Dietitians: Create Quality Photographs that have Clients Drooling to Work with You

1.0 CEU: 1000, 1100, 8080

Recorded June 22nd, 2017

By the end of this program, the participant should be able to:

Define brand goals and objectives related to influencer marketing, clearly articulate their own expertise and influence in marketing and to potential partner, use a framework to determine their own desired compensation.

CEU Codes: 7000, 7070, 7120, 1070 

Recorded Thursday, April 13, 2017

This webinar will inform members of the NE DPG about Medicare’s new Quality Payment Program (QPP). Signed into law in April 2015, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) combined various quality and reporting programs (including PQRS) into one program- the Quality Payment Program (QPP). Under the QPP, payments for Medicare Part B services are shifted away from fee-for-service to pay-for-performance.  Effective January 1, 2017, RDNs no longer are required to report under PQRS, however enterprising RDNs can learn now how they fit into the QPP and even elect to  voluntarily report outcomes in 2017 to become familiar with the QPP reporting system as it is estimated that RDNs may become Eligible Clinicians (ECs) as soon as 2019. Presented by Livleen Gill, MBA, RD, LDN.

1 CEU: codes 7180, 7070, 7170, 1070

Where would you like to see dietetics practice, in regards to Wellness and Prevention, be in the Second Century? What are your innovative ideas to advance the profession in regards to Wellness and Prevention? These are questions you can answer during an open space discussion on Wellness and Prevention hosted by NE on March 9, 2017 at 1pm ET. 
We are seeking broad representation of credentialed food and nutrition practitioners from all practice settings as well as dietetic interns and students. Are you a strategic thinker who wants to play a role in shaping the future of the dietetics profession?

If so, you are invited to participate in the Wellness and Prevention Open Space Discussion. If you have questions, please contact Lisa Jones, NE Delegate, at NEdelegate@NEdpg.org

Recorded Thursday, January 26th

This webinar will provide NE members with the latest information on methods for delivering nutrition care services using telecommunication technologies. Topics will include the types of technologies available, the current regulatory environment, and getting paid for services.  Presented by Holly Porter, MS, RDN.

CEU 1.0: 1020, 1080, 7170

Recorded  February 15th

Individuals spend about 1/3 of their life working and consume over 50% of their food intake at work. However, does the workplace environment foster healthy or unhealthy habits? Dr. Wansink explores the workplace nutrition environment. Join marketing behavior guru and author, Dr. Brian Wansink as he takes his research from talk shows to the workplace, steering employees towards healthier choices--often without them realizing it. Next, find out how to apply these concepts, step-by-step, with corporate stakeholders. Nutrition entrepreneurs will learn ways to add valuable strategies and services for corporate wellness clients.  Presented by Dr. Brian Wansink.

CEU Codes: 4000, 8120, 3010, 3020

Recorded Feburary 1st, 2017

1.0 CEU - 4150, 5070, 4040, 6040

Nearly every parent in America is afraid they’re doing something wrong when it comes to feeding their child. The registered dietitian (RD) can help parents manage this fear by using a comprehensive approach, including the use of simple food and nutrition concepts, an authoritative feeding style, and understanding predictable developmental changes that influence eating. This presentation will equip the RD with information to melt away parental fears, using positive nutrition messages and real life tips that will empower parents to feed their children positively and with knowledge and confidence.  Presented by Jill Castle, MS, RDN.