You meet challenges every day. How do you deal with them? How do you handle them? Do you quit? Do you give up? One strategy is attitude. Attitude is a way of thinking, acting and feeling which brings about success...or failure. Attitude is important. It's vitally, critically important. It's more important than the past,
Know Your Acronyms - A Personal Experience Make sure your team understands acronyms, because they are often reading diet orders or trying to follow regulations that may resemble alphabet soup. Read the Nutrition and Foodservice EDGE article by our very own John Herzog. Read Article
They're an underused but much-needed tool in the dietitian's toolbox to help identify more cases of malnutrition and improve patient outcomes. More...
Check out our publication in Support Line, a Publication of Dietitians in Nutrition Support from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Implementation of Malnutrition Coding: A Success Story Jennifer S. Lowry, RD, LD , Jill Johnston, MS, RD, LD, and DM&A's Director, Nutrition Division and Executive Success Coach Michelle Hoppman, RDN, LRD, CDE (2015). Implementation
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi Textured Modified Diets – The Best on the Planet! [rev_slider Ron] Creating purees, chops, and grounds, for the finest hospital in the world. Well, I have to say when I got the call that I was to be teaching textured modified diets to a bunch of European & Middle Eastern
Featured in Nutrition & Foodservice Edge, March 2015. Click here to view article.