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All details are on the assignment file, there are 17 multiple choices and 3 short essay questions

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http://www.eatrightpro.org/resource/about-us/what-is-an-rdn-and-dtr/what-is-a-registered-dietitian-nutritionist/every-registered-dietitian-is-a-nutritionist-but-not-every-nutritionist-is-a-registered-dietitian

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HTTP://WWW.EATRIGHTPRO.ORG/RESOURCE/ABOU T-US/WHAT-IS-ANRDN-AND-DTR/WHAT-IS-A-REGISTERED -DIETITIANNUTRITIONIST/EVERY -REGISTERED -DIETITIAN -IS-A-NUTRITIONIST -BUTNOT-EVERY-NUTRITIONIST-IS-A-REGISTERED -DIETITIAN QUESTION 1 Volunteering with your professional organization is one of the best ways to network and give back to your profession. Visit this link to learn about volunteer opportunities with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. http://www.eatrightpro.org/resources/leadership/volunteering/volunteer-opportunities (copy and paste the link into a new window if clicking it does not work) For this essay, choose one of the outlined volunteer opportunties, and summarize it here: What is the opportunity, and why does it interest you? Would you see yourself doing this type of volunteering in your future career? Make sure your answer is at least 50 words, for full credit. QUESTION 2 All Registered Dietitians must begin using the RDN credential after their name, instead of the RD credential. True False QUESTION 3 What does the new credential "RDN" stand for? QUESTION 4 The RDN credential has a slightly different meaning than the RD credential, indicating that the RDN practitioner has received additional training. True False QUESTION 5 If you earn the DTR credential after you graduate from the DPD program, you will have the choice to use any of the following credentials: DTR, NDTR, BS-DTR, or BS-NDTR. True False QUESTION 6 A DTR hands out information to patients on the dangers of aspartame, taken directly from a website called "banaspartame.com". The information provided is not backed up with references from scientific journals. This is an example of a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #3 #7 #12 #15 QUESTION 7 By accepting membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and/or accepting and maintaining RD or DTR credentials, all members of the Academy and credentialed dietetics practitioners agree to abide by the Code of Ethics. True False QUESTION 8 A dietitian is paid by the Dairy Council to do a local news segment on "the best smoothies", but she does not mention that she is representing the Dairy Council. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics: #3 #10 #12 #15 QUESTION 9 A nutrition researcher, who is a member of the Academy, secures funding from a large food corporation to build a new state-of-the-art research facility. This may be a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #12 #17 #18 #19 QUESTION 10 A DTR is currently struggling with an addiction to prescription painkillers. She continues to work, while actively under the influence of the medications. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #5 #6 #7 #9 QUESTION 11 A newly graduated dietetics student plans to take the DTR exam. In the meantime, the student has a job with a long-term care facility, and she signs her name as "DTR-e", to stand for DTR eligible. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #12 #17 #18 #19 QUESTION 12 A dietetics professional advertises for his new weight loss program, promising "results while you sleep!" This would be an example of a violation of which Code of Ethics? 1. #4 #6 #9 #16 QUESTION 13 A dietitian discusses a client's eating disorder with a nurse while standing at the front check-in desk at a community clinic, revealing personal information that the client confided while in session with the RD. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #4 #10 #12 #18 QUESTION 14 An RD finds out that a client is suffering from severe depression. The RD proceeds to counsel the client on her depression. This is an example of a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #18 #15 #10 #8 QUESTION 15 A complaint that a member or credentialed dietetics practitioner has allegedly violated the Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics can only be submitted by another member of the Academy or credentialed dietetics professional. True False QUESTION 16 A dietitian allows a local school foodservice to use his name as the "reviewing RD" on the school menus, but the RD never actually reviews the menus. This is an example of this violation of the Code of Ethics: 1. #16 #15 #9 #7 QUESTION 17 An RD counsels a new mother on breastfeeding her infant, but refuses to answer the mother's questions about choosing the best infant formula for her baby, stating that she does not believe babies should be formula fed. This is an example of a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #9 #15 #17 #19 QUESTION 18 An RD in private practice refuses to take patients who are openly homosexual. This would be a violation of which item in the Code of Ethics? 1. #5 #7 #14 #18 QUESTION 19 Go to this website to find "Ethics in Action" Columns: http://www.eatrightpro.org/resource/career/code-ofethics/ethics-education-resources/ethics-reading-list Choose the "Ethical Issues for Students" article, open it and read the scenarios. Summarize what Scenario #4 discusses, and why it is likely an ethical violation. QUESTION 20 Go to this website to find "Ethics in Action" Columns: http://www.eatrightpro.org/resource/career/code-ofethics/ethics-education-resources/ethics-reading-list Choose the "Ethical and Legal Issues Related to Blogging and Social Media" article, open it and read the ethical scenarios. Summarize what Scenario #2 discusses. and what you should do to be ethical in this situation. QUESTION 21 1. Go to this website to find "Ethics in Action" Columns: http://www.eatrightpro.org/resource/career/code-ofethics/ethics-education-resources/ethics-reading-list Choose one more article you find interesting or useful, that was not used in the two previous questions. What is the title of the article, and why do you find this interesting or useful? QUESTION 1 Volunteering with your professional organization is one of the best ways to network and give back to your profession. Visit this link to learn about volunteer opportunities with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. http://www.eatrightpro.org/resources/leadership/volunteering/volunteer-opportunities (copy and paste the link into a new window if clicking it does not work) For this essay, choose one of the outlined volunteer opportunties, and summarize it here: What is the opportunity, and why does it interest you? Would you see yourself doing this type of volunteering in your future career? Make sure your answer is at least 50 words, for full credit. QUESTION 2 All Registered Dietitians must begin using the RDN credential after their name, instead of the RD credential. True False QUESTION 3 What does the new credential "RDN" stand for? QUESTION 4 The RDN credential has a slightly different meaning than the RD credential, indicating that the RDN practitioner has received additional training. True False QUESTION 5 If you earn the DTR credential after you graduate from the DPD program, you will have the choice to use any of the following credentials: DTR, NDTR, BS-DTR, or BS-NDTR. True False QUESTION 6 A DTR hands out information to patients on the dangers of aspartame, taken directly from a website called "banaspartame.com". The information provided is not backed up with references from scientific journals. This is an example of a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #3 #7 #12 #15 QUESTION 7 By accepting membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and/or accepting and maintaining RD or DTR credentials, all members of the Academy and credentialed dietetics practitioners agree to abide by the Code of Ethics. True False QUESTION 8 A dietitian is paid by the Dairy Council to do a local news segment on "the best smoothies", but she does not mention that she is representing the Dairy Council. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics: #3 #10 #12 #15 QUESTION 9 A nutrition researcher, who is a member of the Academy, secures funding from a large food corporation to build a new state-of-the-art research facility. This may be a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #12 #17 #18 #19 QUESTION 10 A DTR is currently struggling with an addiction to prescription painkillers. She continues to work, while actively under the influence of the medications. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #5 #6 #7 #9 QUESTION 11 A newly graduated dietetics student plans to take the DTR exam. In the meantime, the student has a job with a long-term care facility, and she signs her name as "DTR-e", to stand for DTR eligible. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #12 #17 #18 #19 QUESTION 12 A dietetics professional advertises for his new weight loss program, promising "results while you sleep!" This would be an example of a violation of which Code of Ethics? 1. #4 #6 #9 #16 QUESTION 13 A dietitian discusses a client's eating disorder with a nurse while standing at the front check-in desk at a community clinic, revealing personal information that the client confided while in session with the RD. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #4 #10 #12 #18 QUESTION 14 An RD finds out that a client is suffering from severe depression. The RD proceeds to counsel the client on her depression. This is an example of a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #18 #15 #10 #8 QUESTION 15 A complaint that a member or credentialed dietetics practitioner has allegedly violated the Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics can only be submitted by another member of the Academy or credentialed dietetics professional. True False QUESTION 16 A dietitian allows a local school foodservice to use his name as the "reviewing RD" on the school menus, but the RD never actually reviews the menus. This is an example of this violation of the Code of Ethics: 1. #16 #15 #9 #7 QUESTION 17 An RD counsels a new mother on breastfeeding her infant, but refuses to answer the mother's questions about choosing the best infant formula for her baby, stating that she does not believe babies should be formula fed. This is an example of a violation of this Code of Ethics: 1. #9 #15 #17 #19 QUESTION 18 An RD in private practice refuses to take patients who are openly homosexual. This would be a violation of which item in the Code of Ethics? 1. #5 #7 #14 #18 QUESTION 19 Go to this website to find "Ethics in Action" Columns: http://www.eatrightpro.org/resource/career/code-ofethics/ethics-education-resources/ethics-reading-list Choose the "Ethical Issues for Students" article, open it and read the scenarios. Summarize what Scenario #4 discusses, and why it is likely an ethical violation. QUESTION 20 Go to this website to find "Ethics in Action" Columns: http://www.eatrightpro.org/resource/career/code-ofethics/ethics-education-resources/ethics-reading-list Choose the "Ethical and Legal Issues Related to Blogging and Social Media" article, open it and read the ethical scenarios. Summarize what Scenario #2 discusses. and what you should do to be ethical in this situation. QUESTION 21 1. Go to this website to find "Ethics in Action" Columns: http://www.eatrightpro.org/resource/career/code-ofethics/ethics-education-resources/ethics-reading-list Choose one more article you find interesting or useful, that was not used in the two previous questions. What is the title of the article, and why do you find this interesting or useful? NDTR Credential: Frequently Asked Questions -DPD Program Graduates August 2014 What is the new optional NDTR credential? The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Board of Directors has approved the optional use of the credential “Nutrition and Dietetics Technician, Registered” (NDTR) by Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) graduates who successfully complete DTR Pathway III which requires Completion of a Baccalaureate degree granted by a U.S. regionally accredited college/university, or foreign equivalent, and completion of an DPD. After successfully passing the NDTR exam, credentialed individuals will be required to comply with CDR recertification requirements, the Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics and the Standards of Practice. In 2015, CDR will conduct a practice audit to differentiate practice parameters of NDTRs (DTRs) and RDNs. The results will provide valuable information about evolving practice roles to inform future deliberations on title, practice role and examination for NDTRs. More information on the NDTR credential will be made available as it is developed. All members and students who are interested in the NDTR credential should visit http://www.cdrnet.org/certifications/registration-eligibility-requirements-fordietetic-technicians. This credentialing model follows the nursing model (the RN examination is open to AS, BS, and MS prepared individuals). Individuals who have earned the DTR credential could choose to retain this credential or adopt the NDTR; those with the four year degree likewise could choose BS-DTR or BS-NDTR. Why is the Academy offering the optional Nutrition and Dietetics Technician, Registered credential? The Board supports this new credentialing option to build upon the existing DTR Pathway III and differentiate between degree levels to obtain the credential Nutrition and Dietetics Technician, Registered (PhD, MS, BS or AS-NDTR). The NDTR provides several advantages, including: • maintaining the integrity of current professional designations (RDN, RD, NDTR, DTR) providing a timely opportunity for eligible DPD graduates to become certified and to remain connected to the Academy, and • allowing the Academy to collect and analyze data on the utilization and practice roles of NDTRs. There is an increased awareness of the Academy’s role as a key organization in food and nutrition by media, government agencies, allied health organizations and consumers. For instance, the Academy has noted an increase in the number of media impressions (print, broadcast and electronic) from the Academy’s media outreach activities. Twenty billion media impressions were obtained in 2011, prior to the Academy’s name change; contrasted with 30 billion impressions after the name change from the American Dietetic Association to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics during the first six months of 2012 alone. This provides additional rationale for the incorporation of the word “nutrition” into the DTR credential resulting in the optional NDTR credential. I am not currently a NDTR, how do I find more information about obtaining the NDTR credential? Please visit the CDR website at www.cdrnet.org/certifications/registrationeligibility-requirements for-dietetic-technicians or contact CDR at 1-800-8771600 ext. 4764 or ext. 4781. Does the NDTR have a different meaning than the DTR credential? No. The DTR and NDTR credential have identical meanings and legal trademark definitions. How should the new credential be used for signatures and materials such as business cards? Refer to the credential placement guidelines available at the following link https://www.cdrnet.org/vault/2459/web/files/CredentialPlacementGuidelines.p df Will the CDR registration ID card include NDTR credential? Yes. Effective September 1, 2014 all registration ID cards for newly credentialed NDTRs will reflect both the NDTR and DTR credentials. How does the new NDTR credential fit into the Academy’s ongoing branding and marketing efforts? The Academy is modifying its existing branding marketing efforts to strengthen and differentiate the NDTR. from the association American Dietetic Association/Commission on Dietetic Registration Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics and Process for Consideration of Ethics Issues PREAMBLE The American Dietetic Association (ADA) and its credentialing agency, the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR), believe it is in the best interest of the profession and the public it serves to have a Code of Ethics in place that provides guidance to dietetics practitioners in their professional practice and conduct. Dietetics practitioners have voluntarily adopted this Code of Ethics to reflect the values (Figure) and ethical principles guiding the dietetics profession and to set forth commitments and obligations of the dietetics practitioner to the public, clients, the profession, colleagues, and other professionals. The current Code of Ethics was approved on June 2, 2009, by the ADA Board of Directors, House of Delegates, and the Commission on Dietetic Registration. APPLICATION The Code of Ethics applies to the following practitioners: (a) In its entirety to members of ADA who are Registered Dietitians (RDs) or Dietetic Technicians, Registered (DTRs); (b) Except for sections dealing solely with the credential, to all members of ADA who are not RDs or DTRs; and (c) Except for aspects dealing solely with membership, to all RDs and DTRs who are not members of ADA. All individuals to whom the Code applies are referred to as “dietetics practitioners,” and all such individuals who are RDs and DTRs shall be known as “credentialed practitioners.” By accepting membership in ADA and/or accept0002-8223/09/10908-0018$36.00/0 doi: 10.1016/j.jada.2009.06.002 ing and maintaining CDR credentials, all members of ADA and credentialed dietetics practitioners agree to abide by the Code. PRINCIPLES Fundamental Principles 1. The dietetics practitioner conducts himself/herself with honesty, integrity, and fairness. 2. The dietetics practitioner supports and promotes high standards of professional practice. The dietetics practitioner accepts the obligation to protect clients, the public, and the profession by upholding the Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics and by reporting perceived violations of the Code through the processes established by ADA and its credentialing agency, CDR. Responsibilities to the Public 3. The dietetics practitioner considers the health, safety, and welfare of the public at all times. The dietetics practitioner will report inappropriate behavior or treatment of a client by another dietetics practitioner or other professionals. 4. The dietetics practitioner complies with all laws and regulations applicable or related to the profession or to the practitioner’s ethical obligations as described in this Code. a. The dietetics practitioner must not be convicted of a crime under the laws of the United States, whether a felony or a misdemeanor, an essential element of which is dishonesty. © 2009 by the American Dietetic Association b. The dietetics practitioner must not be disciplined by a state for conduct that would violate one or more of these principles. c. The dietetics practitioner must not commit an act of misfeasance or malfeasance that is directly related to the practice of the profession as determined by a court of competent jurisdiction, a licensing board, or an agency of a governmental body. 5. The dietetics practitioner provides professional services with objectivity and with respect for the unique needs and values of individuals. a. The dietetics practitioner does not, in professional practice, discriminate against others on the basis of race, ethnicity, creed, religion, disability, gender, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, economic status, or any other legally protected category. b. The dietetics practitioner provides services in a manner that is sensitive to cultural differences. c. The dietetics practitioner does not engage in sexual harassment in connection with professional practice. 6. The dietetics practitioner does not engage in false or misleading practices or communications. a. The dietetics practitioner does not engage in false or deceptive advertising of his or her services. b. The dietetics practitioner promotes or endorses specific goods or products only in a manner that is not false and misleading. c. The dietetics practitioner provides accurate and truthful information in communicating with the public. Journal of the AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION 1461 ADA values Principles Customer Focus: Meets the needs and exceeds expectations of internal and external customers Integrity: Acts ethicall ...
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QUESTION 1
Volunteering with your professional organization is one of the best ways to network and give back to your
profession.
Visit this link to learn about volunteer opportunities with the Academy of Nutrition and
Dietetics. http://www.eatrightpro.org/resources/leadership/volunteering/volunteer-opportunities (copy and
paste the link into a new window if clicking it does not work)
For this essay, choose one of the outlined volunteer opportunties, and summarize it here:
What is the opportunity, and why does it interest you? Would you see yourself doing this type of
volunteering in your future career?
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation offers several volunteer opportunities. The one I would be
most interested in participating is the position as a States Fundraising Champion. I would be interested in this
position since I believe that money is an essential part for the Academy to be able of working on the different
projects it does, and it is often a task people seem not to want to do because they’re afraid of fundraising
activities.
I think that with my communication skills, this position would offer me the possibility of convincing more
people about the need to support the projects developed at the Academy. The fundraising position does not
only allow me to raise funds, but most importantly to make the Academy become familiar to people in my
State so that they are aware of the activities it does and can turn to it whenever they need nutritional advice.

QUESTION 2
All Registered Dietitians must begin using the RDN credential after their name, instead of the RD credential.
False. Changing the credential is optional.
QUESTION 3
What does the new credential "RDN" stand for?
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
QUESTION 4
The RDN credential has a slightly different meaning than the RD credential, indicating that the RDN
practitioner has received additional training.
False. Training is the same
QUESTION 5
If you earn the DTR credential after you graduate from the DPD program, you will have the choice to use any
of the following credentials: DTR, NDTR, BS-DTR, or BS-NDTR.
False. BS-DTR and BS-NTDR are reserved for those that followed a four year degree

QUESTION 6
A DTR hands out information to patients on the dangers of aspartame, taken directly from a website
called "banaspartame.com". The information provided is not backed up with references from scientific
journals. This is an example of a violation of this Code of Ethics:
#12
QUESTION 7
By accepting membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and/or accepting and maintaining RD or
DTR credentials, all members of the Academy and credentialed dietetics practitioners agree to abide by the
Code of Ethics.
True
QUESTION 8
A dietitian is paid by the Dairy Council to do a local news segment on "the best smoothies", but she does not
mention that she is representing the Dairy Council. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics:
#10
QUESTION 9
A nutrition researcher, who is a member of the Academy, secures funding from a large food corporation to
build a new state-of-the-art research facility. This may be a violation of this Code of Ethics:
#18
QUESTION 10
A DTR is currently struggling with an addiction to prescription painkillers. She continues to work, while
actively under the influence of the medications. This is a violation of this Code of Ethics:
#7
QUESTION 11
A newly graduated dietetics student plans to take the DTR exam. In the meantime, the student has a job with a
long-term care facility, and she signs her name as "DTR-e", to stand for DTR eligible. This is a violation of
this Code of Ethics:
#17
QUESTION 12
A dietetics professional advertises for his new weight loss program, prom...

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