Hypertension Update: Nutritional Guidelines and Strategies

CPEUs for RDNs are no longer available for this event.

*Available until July 22, 2016. The applicability of information presented today may change with new research or policies after this time.Wondering what to tell your patients or clients about dietary approaches to prevent and treat high blood pressure? Confused about to counsel or teach using a whole diet approach?

If you want the latest facts, and a practical way to implement them, sign up for this webinar today!


1.     Integrate hypertension guidelines into clinical care and counseling

2.     Enhance skills in developing achievable goals for hypertension prevention and management

3.     Create a patient-centered evaluation and management plan for hypertension prevention and treatment

Presented by Katherine M. Kolasa, PhD, RDN, LDN, Department of Family Medicine, Professor of Pediatrics, Brody School of Medicine

CPE's for 1.0 hour for Registered Dietitians approved

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