Show the world that you hold a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition. Post your badge on your website or add to your printed materials.
1. Add to Your Printed Materials
Download a high-resolution copy of your badge to include in printed materials such as your business card. Download here.
2. Add to Your Website
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As a participant in T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies (CNS) courses, students are provided PDFs of course content. We provide these for the convenience and to enhance the learning experience of our students. You are encouraged to download the resources for personal use. However, our course materials are the intellectual property of CNS and are copyrighted. As with any copyrighted materials, CNS course handouts should not be reproduced or used in any way outside of accepted citation standards for scholarly work.
Is it okay to share course materials with others for a class I am developing?
You may cite portions of course materials using proper citations following standard academic protocol. Click here for more information on how to properly cite an article. However, the course material is not to be directly presented to other audiences for pay or otherwise. Your creation of original course materials, expressed in your words, from your viewpoint, avoids the inadvertent appropriation of CNS copyrighted intellectual property as your own.
May I reproduce images and handouts?
Permission is required to copy any images (such as charts and graphs) from CNS program materials.
As with any copyrighted materials, the CNS program content, videos, and transcripts should not be shared, modified, or used in any way outside of accepted citation standards for scholarly work.
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Your certificate denotes your successful completion of a study program in plant-based nutrition. It does not certify you in a certain field of practice. It does not grant you any title, such as "nutritionist," which may be subject to state regulations. It does reflect your rigorous study of the evidence emphasizing the health benefits of a whole food, plant-based diet.
Has the Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate had an impact on you? Recording a video testimonial is a fantastic way to inspire others. We’re especially interested in hearing what you thought of the certificate program, and how plant-based eating has changed your life. Tell us more at stories.nutritionstudies.org!
Download our slide presentation created for students of the Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate to share life-changing nutrition information. This presentation is copyrighted by the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and is not intended for commercial use.