People with cancer often need to follow diets that are different from what you think of as healthy. This CE course describes common types of eating problems, along with ways to manage them.
Research suggests that small, targeted interventions can improve engagement in safety net programs in the United States. This CE course summarizes and synthesizes project lessons and findings by reviewing behavioral economics, the history of its research and policy impact, and the reasons for applying it to human services and other anti-poverty programs.
Unlimited CEs for 1 year for individual accounts (not available for company accounts) now only $74.95! Choose from hundreds of online CEs within the one-year period (ebooks required for some courses must be purchased separately). Your 1-year clock begins the date and time of your purchase. We DO NOT ‘auto’ renew your CE plan.