Courses & Webinars

NE Webinars are a member benefit of Nutrition Entrepreneurs (NE) DPG.  Most webinars are free to NE members.  If a webinar is “Open Access”, then it is open to non-members as well.  If you are not a member of NE, it is only $40 annually and you receive 18+CEUs annually free with your membership.  More info on Joining NE.

 

NE Webinars

Title: Bringing a Book Idea to Life:  The Process, Pain and Perks of Publishing

Date and Time: February 22nd, 2024 at 1:00 pm EST

Speaker: Hillary Wright, MEd, RD, LDN

Description: Many registered dietitians are interested in effective writing for online websites, social media and book publication.  This webinar will outline the process, pros and cons of writing a book. Information will include partnering with a publisher for your book project as well as tips on self-publishing.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will be able to:

  1. Understand what is involved in determining if your idea is appropriate for a book or shorter format.
  2. Outline the components of a book proposal.
  3. Identify options for bringing a book idea to publication.

Performance Indicators:

2.1.3 Tailors messages and communication methods to meet the needs of target audiences

9.3.1 Critically reviews and selects materials from credible sources to support the development of diet and nutrition education resources

11.2.11 Develops evidence-based scientific information that is clear, and client-/patient-focused

Title: Nutrition and Diet Therapy for IBD

Date and Time: March 11, 1pm EST

Speaker: Kelly Issokson MS, RD

Description: This webinar will discuss the diet and nutrition needs of people with IBD. This will benefit members of NE by providing them with practical tools for providing MNT to IBD patients in their practice.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Apply practical diet and nutrition strategies in practice.
  2. Summarize evidence-based nutrition therapy recommendations for people with IBD. 
  3. Discuss nutrition needs for surgery.

Performance Indicators:

10.3.3 Prioritizes specific nutrition problems to inform nutrition care plans and processes.

10.3.4 Selects interventions intended to resolve or improve nutrition diagnoses.

10.3.5 Establishes nutrition care plans, defining the time, frequency, and duration of interventions.

Title: No Design Degree Needed: Practical DIY Design Tips & Tools for Nutrition Entrepreneurs

Date and Time: April 16, 1pm EST

Speaker: Whitney Bateson, MPH, RD

Description: In this hands-on workshop, learn how to create professional materials that show off your nutrition expertise and attract attention, without breaking the bank – with live demonstration and lots of examples!

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize the importance of a professional visual brand and how it can impact the success of a nutrition business.
  2. Demonstrate the process for creating on-brand materials using the online design tool, Canva.
  3. Understand the design principles to adhere to in order to ensure a cohesive brand across all platforms.

Performance Indicators:

2.2.4 Ensures written communications are timely, legible, accurate and professional in nature. 

11.3.7 Develops and implements marketing materials and advertisements, adhering to legislative, regulatory and organizational policies. 

11.4.1 Stays abreast of changing trends and technology in promotion, marketing and advertising products and services.