This program will be closing May 30, 2021, as the Department of Food and Nutrition transitions to the MS in Food and Nutrition, Dietitian-Nutritionist Program, an ACEND-accredited Future Graduate Program. Through the new two-year program, successful graduates
will earn an MS in Food and Nutrition and complete the experiential learning requirements to sit for the national examination for Dietitian-Nutritionists. For more information, contact Jodie Seybold, program director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a current professional working in the food and nutrition field? Interested in giving back to the profession through mentoring dietetic interns? The page is for current and prospective professionals who want to know more about precepting as well
as getting involved in conversations on the future of dietetics education.
Stay tuned for a webinar.
Refer to the Dietetics Preceptor Training through the Online Training Campus offered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).
In 2017, the CDR began recognizing hours spent working with dietetic students as continuing professional education units (CPEU). The table below is a breakdown of hours equivalent to CPEUs.
For more information, as well as forms related to counting precepting hours, see CDR’s preceptor web page.
IUP’s Dietetic Internship Certificate Program provides each preceptor a yearly letter for their service to validate their time spent with interns.
Working with students is rewarding and exciting. To best prepare, or refresh, the Commission on Dietetic Registration developed a free 8-CPEU online preceptor training program. The IUP Dietetic Internship Certificate Program encourages all preceptors
to complete this course in preparation for working with students. For more information about the course and how to complete it, visit CDR’s Online Training Campus and click
Dietetics Preceptor Training Program.
Interested in connecting with other preceptors, as well as dietetic program educators? Join the Nutrition and Dietetics Educators and Preceptors (NDEP)
Group through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). Become a voice guiding the future of nutrition education and supervised practice.
Share your expertise and perspective by serving on the Advisory Board of the Department of Food and Nutrition. Meetings are held annually, focusing on current education practices and changes in our profession. Help guide nutrition curriculum and experiences
by sharing your professional insight on trending practice. For more information, connect with us at email@example.com.