The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers members many resources to manage their practice and career, from standards of practice tools to marketing resources.
Staying up-to-date on developments in food and nutrition science is more than a requirement for your credential — it's also builds your knowledge, enhances your skills, and will help advance your career.
Quality management monitors nutrition service quality and provides guidelines for safe, effective patient-focused care.
This section helps RDNs locate credible resources to use in their practice and share with patients.
Whether you are thinking about a career in dietetics, or are already in the profession, Academy membership entitles you to a multitude of free career resources — both online and in person.
The Academy develops Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guidelines, position papers and consensus statements to inform members of the latest research on speciﬁc topics in the ﬁeld of nutrition and dietetics and to assist with implementing evidence-based principles into daily practice.
The Academy and the Commission on Dietetic Registration, believe it is in the best interest of the profession — and the public it serves — to have a Code of Ethics that guides professional practice and conduct.