Free, non-commercial nutrition continuing educational credits for healthcare professionals

Are you a physician, nurse, dietitian, or health and wellness coach looking for powerful, evidence-based nutrition information?

Do you want to use your nutrition knowledge to help prevent, manage, or even reverse chronic disease in patients?

If so, you're in the right place. NutritionCME.org offers free, non-commercial, nutrition-focused continuing education credits for healthcare professionals.

When you register, you'll receive free access to video courses and presentations by leaders in their respective fields. You'll learn about the role nutrition plays in brain health, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, and more - with an emphasis on plant-based nutrition for disease prevention, management, and even reversal.

 

Featured Courses

Caroline Trapp, DNP, ANP-BC, CDCES, DipACLM, FAANP

This presentation will describe what remission means in type 2 diabetes, discuss the proper role of medication, and prepare clinicians to deprescribe medication when intensifying nutrition modifications. 

Kristi Funk MD, FACS

Learn about diet and lifestyle changes patients can take to reduce their breast cancer risk.

Neal Barnard, MD, FACC

Learn how getting food-related hormone shifts back in balance can combat thyroid disease, blood sugar imbalances, and mood changes. 

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Jointly provided by The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

 

Physicians receive AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for completed courses. Nurses are awarded continuing nursing education credits (CNE), registered dietitians and dietetic technicians, registered, are awarded continuing professional education units (CPEUs), and health and wellness coaches are awarded continuing education units.

 

The very latest powerful and practical information for you and your practice, plus continuing medical education credits.

 

 

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