|Behavior Change Counseling (CME/CE)||1.0|
|Celiac Disease: Nutritional Management (CME/CE)||1.0|
|Cholesterol Lowering with Lifestyle Changes (CME/CE)||1.0|
|Effective Weight Loss Strategies for Adults (CME/CE)||1.0|
|FOUNDATION REVIEW: CVD (CME/CE)||2.0|
|FOUNDATION REVIEW: Micronutrients (CME/CE)||2.0|
|Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease in Adults (CME/CE)||0.5|
|Lactose Intolerance (CME/CE)||1.0|
|Lifestyle Management of Hypertension (CME/CE)||1.0|
|Nutrition & Exercise for Newly Diagnosed DM 2 (CME/CE)||1.0|
|Physical Activity for Adults (CME/CE)||1.0|
|Plant-Based Diets for CVD (CME/CE)||1.0|
|Plant-Based Diets for Diabetes (CME/CE)||1.0|
Users who support the Nutrition in Medicine Project with a donation receive access to a wide range of instructional materials, including continuing education certification for physicians, nurses, and nurse practitioners at no charge. Dietitians can claim credit as a "self-study program." Learn more about our online nutrition modules here.
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Step 1. Make a tax-deductible donation*, administered through the University of North Carolina’s Nutrition Research Institute. A full 100% of your donation will directly benefit the Nutrition in Medicine Project and the Nutrition Education for Practicing Physicians Initiative, bringing needed nutrition education to medical students, residents, and other healthcare providers.
Step 2. After completing Step 1, you will be given special access to the continuing education modules. Follow the instructions you receve by email for this special access. If you don't receive an email within minutes, check to make sure it was not marked as spam. If you still haven't received anything, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Donation not required for CME credit