The Retail Dietitians Business Alliance has launched an online educational program that helps to bridge the health and nutrition background of retail dietitians with business as it relates to supermarkets, according to RDBA.
“The learning curve for a registered dietitian going to work in a retail setting can be steep,” said Phil Lempert, CEO and president of the RDBA, in a statement. “EduTracs will provide greater understanding of the retail environment and position them for quick and greater success.”
EduTracs sessions can be accessed for free by RDBA members. The first, called “Maximizing your Health and Wellness Impact through Sampling Programs,” is sponsored by USA Pears.
RDBA is working to secure continuing education credits for registered dietitians who take EduTracs and pass a quiz with at least an 80% score.
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