DPBRN

The Dietetics Practice Based Research Network, or DPBRN, conducts, supports, promotes and advocates for practice-based research that answers questions important to dietetics practice. DPBRN members are RDNs who share a common interest in improving patient care through practice-based research or designing research projects that draw from the knowledge and understanding of practicing clinicians. Network members work in variety of practice settings and specialties and include practitioners, researchers and students.

There are many ways to get involved with DPBRN, including collecting data for a research project, suggesting research questions and participating in mentoring. Membership in DPBRN is open and free to all Academy members. To join, members can email dpbrn@eatright.org with "join" and their member number in the subject line.

Introducing Dietetics Practice Based Research Network

This webinar introduces DPBRN, how it functions and describes several network projects.

  • Recorded presentation (Note: To view webinar, you may be prompted to download Cisco's WebEx Player application. This webinar cannot be played on mobile devices.)
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  • What Are the Goals of DPBRN?

    The DPBRN works to answer the questions important to dietetics practice and to promoting nutritional health of all people. It promotes the importance and value of practice-based research. The infrastructure of the network provides ongoing support for practice-based research projects as well as dissemination of that research.

  • How to Get Involved with DPBRN

    DPBRN membership is open and free to all Academy members. While DPBRN membership allows members to submit projects to the DPBRN, members are not obligated to propose or participate in projects.

  • DPBRN Projects

    List of projects that DPBRN has been involved in collaboratively planning and executing.

  • Academy Datasets

    Academy datasets are available for members to conduct research by performing secondary analyses.