You guys have to believe me when I tell you that I want to see succeed during your internship and pass the RD exam. Today, I taught a virtual class to a group go interns (at an undisclosed dietetic internship) and I received so many questions about critical care and non-critical care medicine as it pertains to dietetics. Kim, how do I know when to pick a continuous tube feed over an intermittent or cyclical? What’s step one for calculating a parenteral nutrition formula? When I have a renal patient (non dialysis) that has high protein needs due to a wound should I increase protein needs? And on and on. To be honest, I the majority of the answers to these questions are in my RDE Blueprint. It teaches dietetic interns, new dietitians, and aspiring clinical dietitians how to become a proficient practitioners. This is done by boosting each participant’s understanding in testing his/her knowledge of disease and nutrition by an experienced Clinical Nutrition Manager, Certified Diabetes Care & Education Specialist and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician. I decided to share with you some video testimonials of second career future dietitians on how the RDE blueprint is useful.

What You Will Get in the Blueprint:
– A streamlined, consolidated approach to a variety of clinical nutrition topics
– Step-by-step guidelines to manage nutrition support, including enteral and parenteral nutrition
– Improved knowledge and competence in the major clinical issues you will face as a nutrition professional
– Trouble shooting resources for diabetes
– The latest evidence based research on major nutrition related topics
– …and MUCH more

Disclaimer: This video is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. It should be noted that health recommendations change over time and it is best to contact your primary care provider for more information.

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