In Part I of our Tips for Dietitians-to-Be series, we shared various resources and references that will help you study and prep for the national RDN exam to become a dietitian. Today, we’re sharing tips, tricks and advice directly from dietitians for studying for the exam. Best of luck to you!
Have you heard? Healthy Bytes, your insurance reimbursement experts, and Monash University, the well-renowned institution that first developed the low FODMAP diet, have partnered to provide a comprehensive “The Low FODMAP Diet for IBS” online course offering, complete with a one-on-one consult with your Healthy Bytes billing allies to help you ease into accepting health insurance on behalf of your low FODMAP-lifestyle clients!
Are you feeling lucky? St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and whether you’re Irish or not, we’re sharing a few St. Pat’s-inspired food and beverage roundups from registered dietitian nutritionists. Enjoy!
Pause for a moment and look around your office. How organized does it look? Are papers, books and to-do lists strewn about? Or, perhaps your desk and office space are in tip-top shape, but your email inbox is a wreck and you have no idea what your calendar has in store for you this Thursday.
First, breathe. Nothing says you need to be 100 percent organized all of the time. But when you’re ready to declutter your physical and/or digital spaces, re-visit our earlier post on Spring cleaning your practice, and read on for some fantastic organizational tips from fellow registered dietitian nutritionists.
When it comes to nutritional counseling, dietitians can employ a variety of strategies and counseling techniques to help their clients enact positive behavior changes. One of these is termed motivational interviewing (MI), which invites clients to engage and share during their appointment with you, and to play an active role in developing a plan for their improved health.