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    Career Research Assignment Dietitians work directly with people to help them understand their dietary needs and ways to fulfill these needs. Dietetics is about providing service to others so they can live healthier and happier lives. After learning about myself and my values, interests, personality, and skills, I have learned that I want to go into an occupation that directly aids people. My love for chemistry brought me to dietetics. After much research, I believe that this is a career that I would enjoy going into and acquire many skills practicing. People who go into dietetics also need a certain set of values. They need to be able to have relationships with their patients, be independent, and trust their own judgment. Dietitian work with people directly; they need to be able to build relationships based on trust and the sense of the patient being in good hands. Independence has to do with dietitians knowing scientific relationships between the dietary needs of a patient and the reaction their body will have to these needs. Dietitians have to trust what they know and use what they know to help others. They have to be…

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    Becoming A Dietitian Essay

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    The name of the degree that you must graduate with to become a dietitian is a Bachelors of Science degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition, with a specialization in Dietetics(Dietetics Major).After achieving this degree you will be knowledgeable in food and nutrition(Summary). With this knowledge you will help your patients improving their health by instilling in them the knowledge of good eating habits (Summary). Before you can achieve this degree you must complete many Daytona State…

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    Becoming A Dietitian

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    to be a dietitian by 8th grade and I chose my two choice colleges by freshman year, and decided to take a year off before college in eleventh grade. I had a finalized plan for myself before this school year started. I have planned for life beyond May 2017 for years and now I am ready to live through those plans. In eighth grade I realized all the flaws in my own diet and decided to look into ways to change it and fell in love with how food can affect more than your weight, I knew I wanted to…

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    between a Nurse and a Dietitian. The role of the Nurse varies with the needs of the patients, the Nurse credentials. And type of employment setting. A registered Nurse (RN) assesses a patient’s health and promote wellness. The choice of personnel for particular patients depends on the needs of the patients, Health teams commonly include the Nurse and some or all personnel that follow. (Kozier2004)A registered Dietitian has a specialist knowledge about the diets required to maintain health and…

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    I am standing in the ICU about to make rounds with the medical team on my first day shadowing a clinical dietitian. I had already been working in the hospital first as hospitality and then as a diet clerk so I was experienced with the foodservice side of things but I was very excited to experience a day in the life of a clinical dietitian. As I move from patient to patient, I see the integral role that the dietitian plays in the healthcare team and the relationship to my diet clerk…

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    Dietitian College Essay

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    Dietitians do not just teach patients to watch their diets, but motivate them to make healthier food choices to meet their nutrition needs. After comparing Texas Christian University, Texas State University, and the University of Texas at Austin, based on my criteria of school population, location of the school, and strength of the program, the University of Texas at Austin would be the best choice in helping me pursue my career in dietetics. Although it takes a few years of hard work to become…

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    Dietitians are those educated in “the use of food and nutrition to promote health and manage disease (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook). Assessing the health of patients and the foods they eat are a big part of the job. Like any medical field, you will have a long road ahead of you with schooling and keeping your license up to date. A strong understanding for nutrition and love for helping people are important qualities in a dietitian. As more…

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    Services. Marengo, OH. Dietitian: To become a dietitian, you need to earn a bachelor’s degree and major in dietetics or foods and nutrition. After you graduate, you are required several hundred hours of supervised training, usually as in internship, preparing you for a job as a dietitian. Most states require dietitians to be licensed but some states only require registration or certification. Only a few states have no regulations to be a dietitian and some people self-employ themselves as a…

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    Their most popular practice area is in clinical nutrition, specifically in acute care/inpatient, but many also go to work in the community, consultation and business, or even education and research. I learned that compared to nursing, there are actually more ways to choose from being a dietitian. I like this diversity, because you have leeway during your professional career. If you don’t like working in the hospital, you can always use your degree in a completely different practice without…

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    Outlining Profession

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    Outlining Profession Preparing for the future is an exciting but complicated experience. I am currently attending Kaplan University as the first step to becoming a dietitian. As a dietitian I may work in a variety of settings, including schools, long term care facilities, hospitals, community/public health facilities, corporate nutrition programs, the food and nutrition industry, sports nutrition or business (My Plan, 2016). After schooling I will have obtained the skills to expertly explain…

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