LOWERING NUTRITION RISK: CREATIVE NUTRITION SERVICES FOR THE WORKPLACE
As companies continue to offer nutrition programs in the workplace, they often occur in the form of a Lunch and Learn or wellness presentation without an adequate focus on the learning styles of employees. Learn how creative nutrition services can aid a dietitian’s ability to reduce nutrition risk and enhance the effectiveness of nutrition programming. This presentation targets wellness dietitians to educate how additional, creative services in corporate wellness can increase engagement and reduce nutrition risk long-term. Learn implementation strategies for various services, how to strategically assess outcomes of services and how to adequately address the different learning styles of your population. Dietitians interested in CORPORATE WELLNESS can also learn more about a dietitian's role within this field from this presentation.
Upon successful completion of this one-hour, the participant should be able to:
Understand the benefits and impacts of offering nutrition services that target each learning style to employees.
Develop new nutrition offerings to increase healthy eating habits of employees.
Design an outcomes-based survey to assess specific nutrition parameters, including impacts on fruit and vegetable consumption.
Live Event Date:
Mar 08, 2016
Learning Need Codes (LNC):
4010, 4020, 6030, 6060
Target Audience: RDs, DTRs, Allied Health Professionals
Number of Credits:
Level(s): 1, 2
$18 ($18.00 per credit)
About the Presenter: Lacey Durrance, MS, RD, LDN
Lacey Durrance, MS, RD, LDN is a Registered Dietitian who received her Master of Nutrition degree from the University of North Florida where she currently teaches as a nutrition adjunct. Most recently, she managed corporate nutrition programming for Florida Blue where she was able to design, train and assess nutrition-specific services for corporate accounts. Lacey has also been able to serve on various committees that target improving employee health in the workplace and has worked in community, private, academic and outpatient settings.