The Center for Lifelong Learning's webinar series provides nutrition professionals the opportunity to earn premier continuing education without the premier price. Earn up to 2.5 credits per month on a wide variety of hot topics presented by the industry's leading professionals.
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Call for Webinars
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Career Development and Advancement
- Be the Expert: Write for National Publications
- Blaze Your Own Trail: How to Find Your Unique Career Path
- Climbing the Clinical Ladder: A Conversation with an Influential Leader
- Designing and Delivering High Impact Presentations: Envision, Enlighten, and Engage
- Dietetic Career Hack: The Complete Networking and Resume Guide
- Dietetic Career Hack Part II: Interviewing Tips and Tricks
- Clinical Insight into Vitamin B12
- Malnutrition Across the Lifespan: Perspectives from Registered Dietitians and Physical Therapists
- Navigating Medical Nutrition Therapy for Crohn's Disease
- Nutrition and the RDN in Multimodal Perioperative (ERAS) Protocols
- Operationalizing Dietitian Order Writing Privileges: The Step by Step Process
- Optimizing Care for the Bariatric Surgery Patient
- Pancreatic Enzyme Replacement Therapy in Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency
- Sarcopenia: How Muscle Reserves Affect Cancer Patient Outcomes
- Six Factors to Fit: An Introduction to a Tailored Weight Management Approach
- The Oncology Dietitian's Beginner Toolkit
- The Role of Medical Nutrition Therapy and Registered Dietitians Nutritionists in the Prevention and Treatment of Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes
COVID-19 Front Line Series
- Nutrition Assessments During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Panel Discussion
- Providing Nutrition Services via Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic: What RDNs Need to Know
Diversity and Inclusion
- Building a Foundation: LGBTQ+ Terminology, Concepts, and Affirming Communication
- Enhancing Diversity in the Dietetics Profession: Stories from RD/RDNs with Disabilities (3-Part Series)
- Code of Ethics Review and Update
- Lessons in Leadership: How to Manage Conflict and Ethical Challenges
- Nutritional Misconceptions Travel Across the Globe: Different Cultures, Similar Observations
- United States IDDSI Implementation: What Does it All Mean?
- Assessing Abdominal Bloating: Common Causes and Tailored Treatments
- The Gut Microbiome: Hype vs. Health
- The Mighty Microbiome: What We Know and What We Need to Learn
Sports Nutrition and Healthy Aging
- Fitness After 50: What's Important?
- Food After 50: What Registered Dietitians Should Know About Nutrition and Optimal Aging
- Nutrition for Endurance Athletes: Perspectives from a Sports Dietitian and Professional Athlete
- Can We Prevent Food Allergies? Early Feeding and Diet Diversity
- Chalk vs Cheese: Examining Disordered Eating on the Autism Spectrum
- Malnutrition and Nutrition-Focused Physical Exam Practical Applications in the Pediatric Setting
- Dietary Factors and Normal Weight Central Obesity: A Chance to Improve Women's Health
- Evidence-Based Nutrition: Using Scientific Evidence to Inform Clinical Practice
- Standing with Science: Identifying and Analyzing Credible Nutrition Research in the Misinformation Age
- Updating the Sodium and Potassium DRIs: What's New? What's Different?
Social Media and Technology
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