Season 2 | Episode 8: Mind the [Employment] Gap - How to Tackle a Gap in Employment or a Shift in Your Career to Land a New Job

Season 2 | Episode 8: Mind the [Employment] Gap - How to Tackle a Gap in Employment or a Shift in Your Career to Land a New Job

We are pulling back the curtain to let you know how dietitians can successfully move forward after a gap, or several gaps, in employment. Or if you’ve ever thought about transitioning from one area of dietetics to another, but the thought terrifies you, we have some suggestions on how to tackle that as well. 

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Season 2 | Episode 7: What is IDDSI?

Season 2 | Episode 7: What is IDDSI?

The International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI) was created as a global safety initiative to standardize modified diets for those with dysphagia. IDDSI has more levels than the National Dysphagia Diet and can be better customized to a patient’s needs. Transitioning to IDDSI at your facility requires total buy-in and support from the whole team. Ready to get started? We’re here to help.

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Season 2 | Episode 4: Build and Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile

Season 2 | Episode 4: Build and Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile

Why should dietitians have a LinkedIn profile? For some, LinkedIn is viewed as a platform to help you find a job, or to help recruiters find you when you are looking for a job.  The key is to build and enhance your profile often so that when you are ready to job seek, you’ve ensured your profile is fully optimized for recruiters to find you and want to select you for the job. Need a refresher?

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Season 2 | Episode 3: Everything You Need to Know About Indirect Calorimetry

Season 2 | Episode 3: Everything You Need to Know About Indirect Calorimetry

Despite being the gold standard for estimating energy needs, indirect calorimetry is rarely used by most dietitians. In fact, indirect calorimetry is often reserved for complex clinical situations or for ultra-tailored nutrition prescriptions. The usefulness of indirect calorimetry in most clinical settings is still debated. Join us for the low-down on this elusive technique.

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