430. Leveraging Pop Culture, Communication, and Data Strategies to Improve Population Health

FNCE Recorded Sessions from 2018

The session will provide a taste of future initiatives, strategies and opportunities for the profession.

  • SKU FNCE18430
Member Price
$32.00
Nonmember Price
$37.00

This product is free for those who attended FNCE® 2018.

Population health management is the application of innovative strategies and interventions for groups of individuals across the continuum of healthcare. These strategies are focused on ways to improve health, in further supporting the role of nutrition and dietetics by delivering effective strategies to guide behavior change. During this session, explore evidence-based research and trends that are leading population health initiatives. Learn about the increasing appetite for understanding the role that data plays in improving health and designing strategies. Finally, gain firsthand knowledge into the role that nutrition and health communication, and specifically a new approach to the traditional public service announcement (PSA), play in improving health - including the opportunity to see the impact of pop culture on improving consumption of fruits and vegetables. Collectively, the session will provide a taste of future initiatives, strategies, and opportunities for the profession.

CPEU: 1.5
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 4010, 4190, 5100

Learning Objectives

  • Describe emerging trends and opportunities that are driving population health, and leverage these opportunities for nutrition and dietetics practitioners today and in the future.
  • Utilize data that drives new population health management insights and tactics.
  • Recall key learnings from successful marketing initiatives by private-public partnerships, including “modernized” PSAs, and how these can have a potential impact, not only with behavior change, but also on determinants of health.

Speaker

  • Bruce Sherman, MD, FCCP, FACOEM
  • Susan Roberts, JD, MS, RD

Moderator

  • Lisa Roberson, RDN, LD

Planned with the Council on Future Practice

  • SKU FNCE18430