Hi there!

Im a Canadian who completed my RD degree in the UK, wondering if there were any other Americans/Canadians who took this route? Or any UK RDs who have made the move back to North America, how the process went!


LARADANDACHI posted Oct 3 '13 at 4:12 pm
I am and RD in the US, has been practicing for 10 years and passed the US RD exam from first time. Yet , i need to pass the Canadian RD exam, i failed it one time and trying to find study materials for it, but couldn't find anything but the guide from CDO. I would appreciate any of your advice on study materials for CDRE

Samantha posted Apr 20 '13 at 3:21 pm

I am an RD and currently working as a clinical dietitian. Does anyone know is it possible for a US RD to practice in Canada? Is there license that we have to get to be able to work there?


hillceja posted Oct 22 '12 at 3:48 pm
I am currently in a DPD program and I want to rejoin the US Army as a Dietitian. While their MS/Interrnship focuses on a few specialty areas, one of them is Humanitarian Nutrition. That is the one I am the most interested in. I have experience working at the VA Hospital's nutrition clinic and a shadowing a RD at a Burn Center, but I would really like some nutrition experience in an overseas hu
I'm currently and intern nearing the last 1/3 of my internship. My preceptor for my community rotation-which will be on a Navajo reservation-is requesting a list of areas I would like more experience in. I have an interest in international nutrition. What skills/areas might I want to be introduced to that would be helpful to me in my pursuit of a career in international nutrition?
Lychee posted Dec 15 '11 at 3:52 pm
It's cool to see new forums started for this site! Just thought I'd get the ball rolling for this forum and say hi to my Canadian RD brothers and sisters. How's it going?

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