Guide to continuing education primer series

Dietitian CE Made Easy A Complete Guide to Continuing Education for Dietitians and Nutritionists As a Registered Dietitian (RD), or soon to be, you play a vital role in the healthcare community by providing expert advice on proper food and nutrition, counseling clients with unique dietary restrictions, calculating patients' nutritional requirements, analyzing the nutritional content of food and helping patients in all walks of life to improve their health by adopting healthier eating habits. However, just as important as meeting the initial academic and professional requirements it takes to become a registered dietitian, it is equally imperative to complete your continuing education (CE) requirements for each recertification period. After all, your job depends on it! But first, how well do you know your profession? Here are some interesting stats about Registered Dietitians.     8 Easy Steps to Completing Your Dietitian CE Requirements When it’s time to fulfill your CE requirements, refer to this handy step-by-step guide. Anyone can start learning today by signing up for a free account at NutritionDimension.com (the site is part of the ContinuingEducation.com network – the largest and most respected healthcare CE library on the web). However, because we know how confusing the CE process can be for new dietitians and even veteran RDs, we’ve sifted through the information for you and compiled everything you need to know into this comprehensive, yet digestible, guide that makes CE easy! Again, we hope you refer to this guide often and share it with your friends (Facebook and Twitter links are at the bottom of this post). 1. Complete Your National CDR Requirements First and foremost, you need to understand the profession’s national requirements. The Commission of Dietetic Registration (CDR) has outlined the [...]