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Kids Eat Right Webinars

 

Live Webinars

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Successful Synergies

Tuesday, April 29, 2014
1-2pm Central Standard Time (11am-12pm PST, 12-1pm MST, 2-3pm EST)
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Get inspired to connect with local organizations to help fight hunger and improve access to healthy foods in your community by hearing many innovative examples of projects big and small. Learn practical tips for forming collaborations that become successful synergies. Understand the important role that health care and food bank partnerships can play in improving the lives of families facing food insecurity. This Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation webinar is planned with Feeding America through an educational grant from the National Dairy Council.

Using Social Media with Kids Eat Right

Thursday, May 15, 2014
1-2pm Central Standard Time (11am-12pm PST, 12-1pm MST, 2-3pm EST)
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Learn how to effectively use social media to promote Kids Eat Right messages. Kids Eat Right spokesperson, Kristi King, MPH, RDN, CNSC, LD, will introduce the various Kids Eat Right social media platforms and provide specific suggestions to engage in each of them. Kids Eat Right members of all social media skill levels will especially appreciate her 5 hot tips! This webinar was made possible through a gift to the Academy Foundation from Diane Heller.

Recorded Webinars

GENIE: Your Nutrition Education Wishes Have Been Granted!

The newly released Guide for Effective Nutrition Interventions and Education (GENIE) is an easy-to-use resource for program planners and program evaluators developed by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and its Foundation. In this webinar, learn how GENIE can help nutrition and dietetics practitioners plan effective, sustainable nutrition education programs that positively impact their patients/clients and communities. Gain a good understanding of how GENIE was developed, validated, and how the interactive online version can help you set your programs apart. This webinar is made possible through an educational grant from the ConAgra Foods Foundation.

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Making an Impact with Food Insecure Populations

Gain a real understanding of families facing food insecurity and the many obstacles they encounter every day. Learn how to make nutrition messages fit their needs, and access new resources for successfully helping food insecure families adopt healthy lifestyles. This Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation webinar is planned with Feeding America through an educational grant from the National Dairy Council.

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Ready Set Go - Preparing and Delivering Effective Nutrition Education for Audiences Facing Food Insecurity

In this webinar, sixth of a series, learn how Academy members can make an impact by providing nutrition education to food insecure families.

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A Flavorful Pairing: Nutrition Education in Food Banks

In this fifth webinar of a series, part of the Future of Food project, learn the value of nutrition education in food banks and the potential to change eating behaviors among participants. Understand the history of nutrition education in food banks and effective nutrition education plans for the future. Also get ideas for how you can provide nutrition education in food banks.

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Point A to Point B - Improving Access to Healthy Foods in Food Banks

In this fourth webinar of a series, learn the obstacles food banks face to distribute healthy foods for families and see examples of improvements food banks are making across the country. Learn specific ways you can help support healthy foods in food banks.

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School Meals and Community Partnerships: Creative Solutions against Food Insecurity

In this third webinar of a series, participants will learn all about the nutrition requirements for the National School Lunch Program and the recent changes to improve the nutritional quality of school meals. They will become familiar with the variety of school meal opportunities available to children, as well as services through community organizations that feed children.

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Contributors and Effects of Food Insecurity: Nutrition and Beyond

This webinar is second in a series, part of the Future of Food project. Understand the contributing factors associated with food insecurity and the effects of food insecurity on children, families and entire communities. Learn ways to help address hunger in your community.

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Hungry and Overweight: How is it Possible?

Can children be simultaneously hungry and overweight? Learn about services available to families and be inspired to get involved in hunger programs in your community in this webinar, the first in a series, part of the Future of Food project.

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Motivating Consumers with Messages That Make Sense To Them

The webinar, “Motivating Consumers with Messages that Make Sense to Them: Key Findings from the Latest Research, ” provides results of a study on consumer messages reflective of the 2010 Dietary Guidelines and how RDs can incorporate the findings to help parents and families achieve healthy, active lifestyles.

Under guidelines from the Commission on Dietetic Registration, this program is not eligible for continuing education credit under the individual self-study designation. This recording content is offered for informational purposes only.

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What is the Kids Eat Right Initiative?

Find out what the Kids Eat Right initiative is all about and how you can get involved.

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