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PA NEN Webinar Series

If you are a member of PA NEN, you can join our webinars from the comfort of your office, and tap into a wealth of information on key topics surrounding nutrition education. Each webinar will focus on a topic that has been suggested by PA NEN members through conference and workshop evaluations. 

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***ALLOW 24 BUSINESS HOURS AFTER SIGNING UP FOR PA NEN MEMBERSHIP BEFORE REGISTERING FOR WEBINARS.***
It can take up to 24 business hours for a membership application to be reviewed and updated in the system. In order to receive the member rate or to attend our free webinars, you will need to wait the 24 hour time period. When applicable, refunds will not be processed, if this guideline is not followed.


September Webinar

  • Title: Obesity Prevention from the Lens of the Food Insecure
  • Presenters: Amanda Dolan, MS, RDN, LDN, Registered Dietitian from Amanda D. Nutrition and Amanda Frankeny, RDN, LDN, Community Nutritionist at the Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Network
  • Webinar Objectives: 
    • Describe how poverty, environmental injustice, prolonged hunger, other social determinants impact people’s health.
    • Provide national and local examples of approaches to reduce these health disparities.
    • Outline resources nutrition educators can use to strengthen their policy, system and environmental changes for the food insecure populations.
  • Webinar Description: The food-as-medicine prescription has been around for decades. But, it’s finally making inroads as medical institutions, food pantries, and other organizations make food a formal part of care. As they pave the way, their food and health advice must take into account the whole person’s life - income, issues surrounding poverty, education, race, safety, culture, transportation, housing, insurance, emotional well-being, access to healthy food, and so much more. Innovative partnerships take these factors into account as they look to develop better obesity prevention strategies, increase the distribution of healthy foods for everyone, address food insecurity in healthcare settings, and more. Come explore the importance of intentional partnerships as they build communities that disrupt cycle of hunger. See how they create places where healthy food is more appealing, affordable, and easily accessible for everyone. Even better, food pantries and other community agencies play a huge role these solutions.
  • Date: Monday, September 16, 2019
  • Continuing Education Credits: Pending for registered dietitians and dietetic technicians
  • Register here

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