What’s New in Nutrition Support Therapy?

Close-up view of enteral feeding bag with flow adjuster.

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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How a contract job turned into a career of consulting

Emily Wetzel in office

By Heidi Williams, Recruiter To say you can count on Emily is an understatement. Emily is an acute care registered dietitian in Chicago with three years’ experience, and while some may say she’s still “new to her career,” her reputation begs to differ. “Emily is very well versed in the Nutrition Care Process and is

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The Right Recipe for a Career in Dietetics

basic tomato sauce, an Italian staple

Reflecting on 35 Years as a Registered Dietitian By Rose Ann, RD With National Nutrition Month upon us, I’m reminded of why I enjoy what I do. I grew up in an Italian household where I awoke on Sunday morning to tomato sauce bubbling on the stove and homemade pasta drying on the chairs. My

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