This product is free for those who attended FNCE® 2018.
This session will describe a new model of teaching dietetics and nutrition concepts via an integrated model of gardening, culinary arts and clinical simulation. This model provides in-house training resources and opportunities for dietetic interns and other dietetics professionals beyond clinical and public health expertise by incorporating seed-to-plate experiences, culinary medicine programming, and training in social media. Examples of programs and curricula will be highlighted, as well as initial program evaluations and lessons learned.
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 4040, 1065, 4070
- Discuss the methods and advantages of structuring dietetics education within an integrated model consisting of gardening, culinary arts, and simulation.
- Describe the preliminary process and outcome results from the implementation of an integrated dietetics education model.
- Explain the opportunities, challenges, and lessons learned from implementing an integrated dietetics education approach in a health science center.
- John Wesley McWhorter, MS, RDN, LD, CSCS
- Jeanne Piga-Plunkett, MS, RD, LD
- Deanna Hoelscher, PhD RDN, LD, CNS, FISBNPA