276. Perspectives from RDNs Solving Local and Global Food Insecurity

FNCE Recorded Sessions from 2017

This session will explore those skills from two experienced RDNs showcasing best-practice examples from one innovative program in the U.S.

  • SKU FNCE17276
Member Price
$32.00
Nonmember Price
$37.00

This product is free for those who attended FNCE® 2017.

Food insecurity in the United States and in global settings requires a systematic approach and skills in brokering effective partnerships. This session will explore those skills from two experienced RDNs showcasing best-practice examples from one innovative program in the U.S. with Feeding America and one in Rwanda with Gardens for Health International. A new food security and nutrition impact model will be shared that can be used at a national, regional, or local level in planning interventions and tracking results. Participants will learn to apply the model and its four critical success factors in simulated scenarios. 

CPEU: 1.5
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 4070, 8018, 8050

Learning Objectives

  • Identify components of a new food security and nutrition impact model.
  • Practice applying the new food security and nutrition impact model in simulation examples within U.S. and global community contexts.
  • Integrate four critical success factors that can be applied in domestic and global settings into food insecurity program development, implementation, and evaluation.

Speaker

  • Amy Knoblock-Hahn, PhD, MPH, MS, RD
  • Janice Giddens, MS, RDN, LD

Moderator

  • Jean Ragalie-Carr, RDN, LDN, FAND
  • SKU FNCE17276