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HNF 320 Spring 2008 Study Guide for The Profession of Dietetics: A Team Approach Chapter 1 The Profession Is Born Know: The definition of nutritional epidemiology Chapter 2 The Dietetics Profession Know The 7 key areas of dietetic practice What ADA stands for and its purpose Chapter 3 Joining Together: The Team Approach Know The difference between a group and a team Be able to give an example of why teamwork is important in dietetics Chapter 4 Beginning Your Path to Success in Dietetics Know The purpose of a portfolio What to include in a portfolio What to include in a resume The purpose of a cover letter How to prepare for an interview Chapter 5 Dietetics Education and Training Know: what professional journal is associated with the ADA what CADE stands for and its purpose the standards of dietetic education programs required by CADE the steps of becoming a DTR and an RD what service learning is general information about building a portfolio opportunities for advanced degrees
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  • Spring '08
  • drsong
  • Nutrition, American Dietetic Association, Profession of Dietetics, dietetics Chapter, Dietetics Profession

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