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Am I a Biased Dietitian?

By Olivia Birlson / June 3, 2020
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Am I a Biased Dietitian? Recognizing & Minimizing Bias in Professional Dietetic Practice Let’s cut right to the chase— yes, we are all biased. As humans, we all see the world through our own biased lens, which has uniquely developed throughout our young life and evolved through professional experience. While it may seem impossible to…

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Join CAND

By Patricia Araujo / November 7, 2019
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It is not too late to join CAND for 2019-2020. We have many events and opportunities planned for the remaining of this calendar year, including our next dinner meeting scheduled for November 13th, 2019 on “Adult Nutrition Focused Physical Exam & Diagnosing for Malnutrition.” As a member you will enjoy many other benefits including: Continuing…

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Tips for Searching for Your First Job Post-Internship

By Kate Egan / April 25, 2018
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Job searching – the two scariest words for a student about to graduate. There are few things worse than getting questioned by friends and family on how your job seeking is going prior to a graduation from undergrad, grad school, or a dietetic internship. Here are a few tips to keep you from losing your…

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Food Fighters For Stress and Sleep

By Liana Akkawi / May 4, 2017
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Arianna Huffington, co-founder of the Huffington Post, fainted in 2008, hit her head on her desk, broke her chin bone, and got five stitches over her right eye.  In 2011, the chief executive from Lloyd’s Banking Group announced that he was taking time off because he was suffering from “extreme fatigue.” In 2015, the CEO…

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