CPE Quiz: November/December 2015
Continuing Professional Education quizzes offer dietetics professionals the opportunity to earn CPE credit. Food & Nutrition offers 2.0 CPE hours via a self study (not professional reading) for completing the entire issue. Quiz questions reflect a series of articles, not a single article.
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Below are links to Food & Nutrition CPE quizzes. All questions are multiple choice and include an answer key.
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- Answer all of the quiz questions.
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- Print and fill out the certificate for your records. Retain a copy for your portfolio and licensure needs. Food & Nutrition will have your participation on file for seven (7) years.
- Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) and Dietetic Technicians, Registered (DTRs) will need to manually log this activity in the Step 4 CPE Activity Log. It is up to the practitioner to determine which learning needs code is most appropriate for his or her portfolio.
|Quiz Expiration Date||10/30/2018|
|Estimated time to complete activity||2.0 hrs|
|Quiz CPE credits||2.0 hrs|
This CPE quiz covers the following articles:
- The AGE Limit
- DIY Kitchen: Making Homemade Stock
- Love Lentils
- Today’s Look at Yesterday’s Deli
- Discover: Twine
- Click: App Reviews
- Research: New Studies
- Ask: Your Questions
- Savor: Beets
At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
- Summarize the various uses for twine in the kitchen and identify those safe for use in cooking.
- Explain the difference between stock and broth.
- Describe how AGEs are believed to be formed in foods and at least two of their potential health effects in the body.
- Compare the different types, nutrients, uses and cooking methods of lentils.
- Provide a reason that consumers give for buying prepared foods.
- Detail the nutritional attributes of beets, including the compound in beets that is of particular interest to athletes.