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Evidence-based practice is the foundation for providing effective nutrition care. Registered dietitian nutritionists and other nutrition professionals who can find, assess, interpret and apply current quality evidence can inform their patients and clients about treatment options that will help them meet their goals.

Experts from Texas A&M, McMaster University, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and other organizations are coming together to discuss how to navigate nutrition research and interpret findings to inform evidence-based practice. This workshop with take place online over the course of three Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Central time on January 27, February 10 and February 24, 2024.

Topics to be covered include how to search for and assess nutrition research, interpreting study results from systematic reviews of randomized and non-randomized studies, assessing certainty and strength of evidence, and evidence-based practice guidelines. Speakers will discuss how to use best available evidence and client values to inform practice using the example of dietary patterns for managing cardiometabolic diseases.

This workshop is free to participants. Learn more and register.

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