The Advice I’d Give to Myself as a Young Dietitian

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By Fritha Dinwiddie, MS, RDN, CSG, LDN Full disclosure: I’m no spring chicken. DRGs (precursor of ICD codes) were implemented right after I started work, and HIV was known as HTLV3. The topic of dietitian reimbursement was just being batted about. Licensure was unheard of. The profession has changed enormously over these 30+ years. Dietitians now

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What’s New in Nutrition Support Therapy?

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New guidelines were released in January 2016 By Janet Feinstein, RD Appropriate Nutrition Therapy has been shown to have positive outcomes on the critically ill patient. American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) and The Society for Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) released new guidelines in January 2016, for provision and assessment of nutrition support

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The Ultimate Side Gig

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LONG -TIME CONSULTANT IS A GEM IN ANY SETTING By Heidi Williams, Recruiter It’s National Nutrition Month, and this year’s theme is Put Your Best Fork Forward. You may have read our post earlier this month by Registered Dietitian Rose Ann about what National Nutrition Month means to her. Today, we share our version – what

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