Elevating Dietetic Supervision

Elevating Dietetic Supervision training

Fiona Sutherland and Lisa Pearl will welcome 40 colleagues from across the US, Australia, Mexico, and Italy to a two-day training in clinical supervision for dietitians working with eating disorders. This inaugural event aims to advance the development and consistency of supervision practice across the field. The Elevating Dietetic Supervision training, being held September 8-9, …

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Nicole Patience brings her expertise to the ADA National Convention!

Nicole Patience presents at ADA Convention

Nicole Patience presents Postprandial Glucose Spikes—Eating and Insulin Dosing Strategies for the 82nd Scientific Sessions at the ADA National Convention. What is your presentation about?Putting it all together—real-life cases to illustrate challenges and strategies to manage postprandial glucose. What makes this topic important in 2022?We make choices of what and when and how much to …

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A Supervisee’s Perspective (Part 2)

A challenging email. Confusing labs. A personal trigger. Imposter syndrome. Just one of “those” weeks. These are just a few of the many topics I have been able to process in group and individual supervision. Supervision can be defined as, “a formal relationship, typically between a more experienced and less experienced provider in which the …

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Holiday Re-Entry (part 2 of 2)

By Nicole Patience MS, RD, LDN, CDCES, CEDRD The stress of the pandemic has strained our resources in so many ways. If you have the added burden of an inner critic, social gatherings can be overwhelming. Well-intended small talk has the potential to leave us feeling less than terrific about ourselves. What am I doing …

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