The Today’s Dietitian CE Learning Library is a resource for Registered Dietitians and other nutrition professionals to receive continuing professional education (CPE) credits as part of their career development and certification requirements.
The magazine, a leading trade publication for dietitians for over a decade and the flagship of one of the most respected media brands in the industry, has been publishing articles for CPE credit for many years and all courses in the CE Learning Library are accredited by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).
“The launch of our CE Learning Library is one of the most exciting times in the history of our Company,” explains Great Valley President and CEO Kathy Czermanski. “Like the tree in our logo represents, our CE Learning Library is all about growth – the professional growth of dietitians, in particular. With that principle at the heart of this new division, our courses and contributors will always maintain a standard worthy of our readers.”
To earn credits, professionals can search the CE Learning Library to access and read articles or books written by RDs and other experts in the field, then take the associated exam to earn CEUs for each course. This new resource enables professionals to manage their transcripts of credits and certificates, interact and discuss the courses with other dietitians, and chart out a path to recertification - all in one place.
“There are many things to be excited about with the launch of the CE Learning Library,” says Jack Graham, Esq., Great Valley’s Director of Continuing Education & Business Development, who runs the new CE division with Ms. Czermanski and Publisher/VP/
For more information, contact Jack Graham or visit the CE Learning Library online at http://ce.todaysdietitian.com.
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Great Valley Publishing Company is a leading producer of trade publications and digital media properties serving professionals in allied healthcare fields that include radiology, health information management, social work, geriatric care, and nutrition.