corydoucet posted Mar 29 at 4:13 pm
Does anyone have any updates on practice guidelines for liver disease such as kcal, protein, fluid and nutrient needs? Or maybe any resources you may have that would help. Thanks!

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budrflii posted Feb 15 at 1:18 pm
Hello! Interested in some input from the community. I'm an RD in a long-term care setting. I have worked in buildings where the RD puts in their own orders, but at this facility I have previously been asked to write recommendations to leave for the physician. However, it's a bit of a broken system- orders not being written in a timely manner, not written at all, etc. The DON has asked that I star
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jmakin posted Dec 24 '17 at 4:14 pm
I’m currently practicing in hospice. I enjoy it, but it isn’t very technical. I’ve taken on a temporary assignment with a local hospital and would like to refresh my clinical skills. I have experience as a clinical RD, but have been out of the game awhile, and things have changed in some places, including addition of and changes to NCP. Your favorite references/ways to professio
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jmakin posted Jul 31 '17 at 10:48 pm
Just started as a prn RD with a hospice agency. Previous RD isn't available and wasn't utilized much. No standard form for RD assessments. Can someone share with me your recommendations for what to cover in assessment/verbiage for documentation. I have worked as a clinical RD and also in LTACH, but this is different and I'm not receiving much in training (all non-RDs). Hospice seems to be a narro
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recent by kellieblake  ·  Aug 9 '17 at 9:10 pm
Anyone else planning on taking the Weight Management Specialist Certification in March?

I'm not sure if it's a good or bad thing to take the very first exam offered in this area. Thoughts?

What materials and methods do plan on using to study?

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shainafimbel posted Jun 30 '16 at 5:48 pm
I work at a facility for the developmentally disabled, with most patients having cerebral palsy. I was wondering if anyone who works with this population has a set way for determining desirable body weight (DBW) for adults, or if they have found standards to compare their weights too. Also, which methods are being used for height, and how often are they measured? Any input is appreciated!

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recent by shainafimbel  ·  Jul 21 '16 at 7:01 pm
Hello! I just recently started working in a LTC/SNF Facility and the Consultant RD implemented a new form however she will not train me on the form and it is a bit confusing.

I have experience with Acute Care and I can adapt to various forms but this one is a doozy. I even contacted MED-PASS and they informed me that an RD was not a part of creating the form. I have even asked if we can reform
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Lmcastilla posted Jun 10 '16 at 12:17 am
Anybody know good resources for Citrullinemia? I know the basics, but have questions and do not know any dietitians who specialize in genetic disorders.

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I have just started working on the inpatient psychiatric unit at my hospital. The physician emailed me this afternoon asking for help regarding the treatment of his eating disorder population. I figured I would check-in to get some advice.

He asked if there was a "best way" of treatment, especially in terms of weight trending, intake monitoring, and the degree of family involvement allowed.
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Napkiin posted Apr 8 '16 at 8:10 pm
Hi all!

So I became a RD in August 2015 and planning to take the CNSC exam this year in September. I currently work in a hospital and I cover the ICU everyday.

For those ones who took the CNSC exam, do you think this is too early for me to take the exam? What study materials did you use besides the ASPEN book (which I currently have). The book seems awfully long! I can't imagining studying
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jmakin posted Feb 26 '16 at 2:59 am
Hello! I need advice from any of you who are IBCLCs... I'm interested in earning this certification. I understand the pathways but getting the required contact hours is daunting!

I'm not working in lactation or even peds, so the opportunity isn't there through work. Words of advice/your experiences in finding ways to get the hours?

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Puppy posted Dec 17 '15 at 2:29 pm
I'm inpatient clinical dietitian working at a acute care setting. I'm planning on applying for NPI.
Inpatient Dietitians with NPI number please share information on how NPI is useful for you and do you have to have malpractice insurance if you have NPI.
I'm planning on providing services/diet counseling from my home for Diabetes, Obesity and Kidney disease. How should I get started ??Do I have
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DeeR posted Nov 22 '15 at 6:41 pm
I am taking the CDE exam very soon! Is anyone else taking the exam and would like to study together around NY/NJ area?

Also, any tips/advice for the exam are greatly appreciated!!!


Diana :)

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mollymacy21774 posted Nov 10 '15 at 4:21 pm
Has anyone received results yet? Wondering if the exam is curved. Doesn't make sense that it takes so long to receive the results??

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chadeis81 posted Oct 15 '15 at 1:48 pm
Hello, I've been a clinical dietitian for almost three years and want to start documenting hours to take CSG exam. What can I count as practice experience? Education only? Time spent on completing whole assessment?
Thanks!

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hsteele posted Sep 23 '15 at 8:06 pm
Has anyone taken their speciality exam for pediatrics? Any recommendations on study materials to use? Or any helpful tips?

This will be my first time taking the exam and I'm nervous since I did all of my practice hours outside of clinical! Thanks!!

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Kelmonster posted Aug 13 '15 at 3:42 pm
Hello, I work at a small community hospital with a few medical floors and 2 behavioral psych units and recently we got an admit to the psych floor with history of lymphangiectasia. I looked this up and it appears it is very rare for humans. I was consulted to educate on neutropenic diet and I suppose it's because the patient gets IVIG infusions biweekly. The patient's neutrophil count is currentl
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