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Unformatted text preview: 2006 Thomson- Management roles of dietetic practitioners Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics 2006 Thomson- Registered Dietitian (RD) A dietitian who has completed the registration eligibility requirements established by the commission on Dietetic Registration, successfully passed the Registration Examination for Dietitians, and meets continuing education requirements. 2006 Thomson- Dietetic Technician, Registered (DTR) A technician who has completed registration eligibility requirements established by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, successfully passed the Registration Examination for Dietetic Technicians, and meets continuing education requirements. 2006 Thomson- The Dietetic Practitioner in Foodservice Management 2006 Thomson- The Dietetic Practitioner in Foodservice Management A variety of opportunities exist in onsite foodservice Large onsite foodservice operations = chance for upward mobility 2006 Thomson- The Dietetic Practitioner in Foodservice Management 2006 Thomson- The Dietetic Practitioner in Foodservice Management 2006 Thomson- The Dietetic Practitioner in Foodservice Management School foodservice Nutrient Standard Menu Planning - ensures that the foodservices participating in the National School Lunch Program provide school meals that meet the U.S. Dietary Guidelines . 2006 Thomson- Clinical Nutrition Management Clinical Nutrition Manager Chief Clinical Dietitian 2006 Thomson- Clinical Nutrition Management Patient Services Manager 2006 Thomson- Clinical Nutrition Management Management functions of clinical dietitians Clinical Dietitians 2006 Thomson- Clinical Nutrition Management Management functions of the clinical dietetic technician Other functions: 2006 Thomson- Management in Public Health Nutrition Public Health Nutritionist 2006 Thomson- Management in Public Health Nutrition Agency management WIC, National Dairy Council, Cooperative Extension Program management various programs for a senior citizens agency, Headstart Site management particular WIC site 2006 Thomson- Managing in Other Sectors Entrepreneurs in private practice The business owner/entrepreneur Industry Education 2006 Thomson- 2006 Thomson- 2006 Thomson- Upward Mobility Career Ladder A series of progressively more responsible positions that allows one to move from entry-level to upper-level management over time....
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