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Skelly Skills has a free CE course on Nutrition411.com called ‘5 Ways to be a Better Dietitian’. I like it, and what it represents: that we can always improve. That’s what continuing education is all about–Skelly’s raison d’etre if my high school French doesn’t fail me.

However, since Registered Dietitian Day is this month, I’ve been thinking about how great we already are. (As a parent, this kind of thinking is a decided no-no. If you haven’t heard, we are raising a generation of ‘praise-junkies’–they all want trophies and someone doing back-flips when they do a purely mediocre job.)

But here’s the thing: this does not apply to RDs. We are experts at setting the bar higher, going to all ends to improve, and generally (in my opinion) not feeling like we get any respect for the tremendous value we bring. Now that I’ve worked with educating and training RD/RDNs for 11 years, I’d like to pay homage to the 5 Ways we are Already Awesome:

  1. We really want to help our clients (really). I’m constantly astonished at how selfless RDs are when it comes to making someone’s health better. I spend a lot of time on RD listservs, and the dedication to helping clients (after-hours and at all hours) is truly inspiring.
  2. We have tremendous empathy. Let’s face it: all day long, we work with people who have often made some not-so-great choices in their lives. Many of them continue to, in spite of knowing otherwise. It could be easy to become cynical and judgmental. But we don’t. In my experience, it’s rare to find an RD who doesn’t show tremendous empathy for the clients she works with–understanding the many factors beyond their control that led to their current situation, and plugging away to find new techniques and strategies to help them.
  3. We give back. I’ve never seen a profession that volunteers more than ours. Period.
  4. We help each other. RDs shelve their egos in favor of the greater good. While sometimes we lament the larger impact this has–professions that are more ego-driven naturally get more recognition and prestige, because their members demand it. But we are looking to make each other better, regardless of whether we are acknowledged or compensated for it. For this reason, we freely share information, advice and best practices, simply to support and empower each other.
  5. We are ethical, and make ethical decisions. I love how careful and concerned RD/RDNs are about doing the right thing, and making the ethical choice. It’s this integrity that forms the bedrock of trust our profession and the RD/RDN credential need to ensure we are the nutrition expert of choice.

Happy RD Day to all of you. I’m so proud to be a part of this wonderful profession!

Sheila

Diabetes Practice Update 2015: Continuing Education that’s Free and Fun!

diabetesOk, maybe fun is a bit of a stretch. But as we all know, it’s vitally important. What’s the constant about diabetes care? Change. Meds change, research pours in, and guidelines are updated so frequently it’s difficult for clinicians like us to keep up. This month, we’re excited to offer you a free CE webinar to update your diabetes nutrition care and education practice. Led by Lois Moss-Barnwell, MS, RD, CDE, a former AADE Director now in private practice, it’s designed to keep you abreast of all that’s new in the world of diabetes care. Here’s a sneak peek:

1. ADA’s Standards of Medical Care for Diabetes–2015 Just released, these standards–updated annually–provide the gold standard for diabetes care. Read them here, or we’ll summarize key takeaways for you in the free webinar.

2. ANAD’s Evidence Analysis Library: Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes (PDM)–Guideline: Released in December, 2014, these are targeted to the RD and RDN and should form a key component of screening, assessing and treating individuals with prediabetes, and others at risk for diabetes. If you’re an ANAD member, you can read the full report here –we’ll also be reviewing them and helping you implement them into your practice in the Feb 25th webinar.

3. Joslin’s Diabetes Deskbook (Third Edition) –here at Skelly Skills, we spend much time trying to find CE resources that will move your practice forward. With diabetes care and education, that can be a tall order. Fortunately, the newest (2014) edition of the Joslin’s Diabetes Deskbook, fits the bill. We’ll be reviewing some key research covered in the book and will help you understand the nutritional implications. An interesting example? The emerging research on adipose tissue and how it functions as an endocrine gland–further complicating the already complex web of diabetes treatment. Fortunately, RD/RDNs can play a pivotal role in helping increase production of helpful adipocytokines, and decreasing production of harmful ones through MNT and weight reduction strategies.

We hope you can join us on Febuary 25th at 12 noon ET. It’s free and you’ll get 1 CPEU, too! You can sign up here if you’re interested! We will be providing the on-demand version afterward for those who can’t attend live.

Healthy Regards,

Sheila

Mindful Eating: Can it Change your Practice?

meToday I was reading one of our new continuing education courses on Mindful Eating by mindful eating expert Megrette Fletcher, MEd, RD, CDE. (It’s for kids and it’s coming out soon—stay tuned)! It was so gratifying. Rarely do I see approaches to combating obesity, improving diet quality and helping people truly enjoy their food that I feel are unique and groundbreaking. Mindful Eating is one such approach.

Skelly Skills (as you hopefully already know!) is always looking for new ways to help RDs and CDEs break out of the same-old and be more effective. When I first learned of Mindful Eating many years ago, I immediately wanted to learn more.

I met Megrette about eight years ago when she helped us out with a continuing education course we were working on. She’s an internationally-recognized mindful eating expert and a co-founder of The Center for Mindful Eating, in addition to being author and co-author of several bestselling books on mindful eating: Discover Mindful Eating, Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes, and—now—the forthcoming Discover Mindful Eating for Kids.

Why is Mindful Eating so powerful? Three things about it are most compelling for me:

  • It helps bring awareness to why our clients are eating. As we all know, it’s difficult to figure out sometimes!
  • It encourages curiosity, by helping clients explore what they are really hungry for (hint: often they will find it’s NOT food!), and discover, through this exploration, what food truly feels nourishing to them.
  • Finally, the non-judgment that is a hallmark of mindfulness can help free your clients from the endless guilt they feel over the food and eating choices they make. The journey is about learning and information, not judgment!

Sound interesting to you? You’re not alone. Mindful Eating is one of the most powerful “new” (but really quite ancient) tools around. See what it can do for your practice and your clients: Megrette’s easy-to-use intro webinar series to mindful eating will give you all the information you need to get started (and 8 CPEU/CEUs to boot)! And this week it’s 50% off! You can learn more/purchase here.

Here’s what others are saying about Megrette’s Mindful Eating webinar series:

“I feel that this webinar series has provided tools and resources to help my patients as well as myself pause and notice the feelings we encounter on a daily basis. I truly felt connected to Ms. Fletcher and the principles of Mindful Eating. This series has given me a new, refreshing way to teach the most challenging patients. Even in the most extremely difficult patients, I think it is worth mentioning mindful eating and how it can help us make better choices, and feel OK if we didn’t.” Elizabeth Marques, RD, Tampa, FL

And while you’re at it, sign up for our mailing list and get notified of other FREE CE mindful eating events we offer!