Domain 1: Specific and Evidence Base Practice: integration of scientific information and research into practice
CRDN 1.1 Select indicators of program quality and/or customer service and measure achievement of objectives
CRDN 1.2 Apply evidence-based guidelines, systematic reviews and scientific literature
CRDN 1.3 Justify programs, products, services and care using appropriate evidence or data
CRDN 1.4 Evaluate emerging research for application in nutrition and dietetics practice
CRDN 1.5 Conduct projects using appropriate research methods, ethical procedures and data analysis
CRDN 1.6 Incorporate criticial-thinking skills in overall practice
Domain 2: professional Practice Expectations: beliefs, values, attitudes and behaviors for the professional dietitian level of practice
CRDN 2.1 Practice in compliance with current federal regulations and state statutes and rules, as applicable and in accordance with accreditation standards and the Scope of Nutrition and Code of Ethics for the Profession of Nutrition and Dietetics
CRDN 2.2 Demonstrate professional writing skills in preparing professional communications
CRDN 2.3 Demonstrate active participation, teamwork and contributions in group settings
CRDN 2.4 Function as a member of interprofessional teams
CRDN 2.5 Assign patient care activities to NDTRs and/or support personnel as appropriate
CRDN 2.6 Refer clients and patients to other professionals and services when needs are beyond individual scope of practice
CRDN 2.7 Apply leadership skills to achieve desired outcomes
CRDN 2.8 Demonstrate negotiation skills
CRDN 2.9 Demonstrate professional and community organizations
CRDN 2.10 Demonstrate professional attributes in all areas of practice
CRDN 2.11 Show cultural competency/sensitivity in interactions with clients, colleagues and staff
CRDN 2.12 Perform self-assessment and develop goals for self-improvement throughout the program
CRDN 2.13 Prepare a plan for professional development according to Commission on Dietetic Registration guidelines
CRDN 2.14 Demonstrate advocacy on local, state or national legislative and regulatory issues or polices impacting the nutrition and dietetics profession
CRDN 2.15 Practice and/or role play mentoring and precepting others
Domain 3: Clinical and Customer Service: development and delivery of information, products and services to individuals, groups and populations
CRDN 3.1 Perform the Nutrition Care Process and use standard nutrition language for individuals, groups and populations differing ages and health status, in a variety of settings
CRDN 3.2 Conduct nutrition focused physical exams
CRDN 3.3 Demonstrate effective communications skills for clinical and customer services in a variety of formats and settings
CRDN 3.4 Design, implement and evaluate presentations to a target audience
CRDN 3.5 Develop nutrition education materials that are culturally and age appropriate and designed for the literacy level of the audience
CRDN 3.6 Use effective education and counseling skills to facilitate behavior change
CRDN 3.7 Develop and deliver products, programs or services that promote consumer health, wellness and lifestyle management
CRDN 3.8 Deliver respectful, science-based answers to client qu4estions concerning emerging trends
CRDN 3.9 Coordinate procurement, production, distribution and service of goods and services, demonstrating and promoting responsible use of resources
CRDN 3.10 Develop and evaluate recipes, formulas and menus for acceptability and affordability that accommodate the cultural diversity and health needs of various populations, groups and individuals
Domain 4: Practice Management and Use of Resources: strategic application of principles of management and systems in the provisions of services to individuals and organizations
CRDN 4.1 Participate in management of human resources
CRDN 4.2 Perform management functions related to safety, security and sanitation that affect employees, customers, patients, facilities and food
CRDN 4.3 Conduct clinical and customer service quality management activities
CRDN 4.4 Apply current nutrition informatics to develop, store, retrieve and disseminate information and data
CRDN 4.5 Analyze quality, financial and productivity data for use in planning
CRDN 4.6 Propose and use procedures as appropriate to the practice setting to promote sustainability reduce waste and protect the environment.
CRDN 4.7 Conduct feasibility study for products, programs or services with consideration of costs and benefits
CRDN 4.8 Develop a plan to provide or develop a product, program or service that includes a budget, staffing needs, equipment and supplies
CRDN 4.9 Explain the process for coding and billing for nutrition and dietetics services to obtain reimbursement from public or private payers, fee-for-service and value-based payments systems
CRDN 4.10 Analyze risk in nutrition and dietetics practice
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