Some hospitals have a room service option that allows you to be in contact with a dietetic technician to guide you through the menu.
What does DT stand for?
DT stands for Dietetic Technician
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Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Paperback RJ206 For dietitians, dietetic technicians, nutritionists, pediatricians, nurses, and students, Samour (nutrition services and dietetic internship program, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center) and King, a private practitioner, offer a textbook of 21 chapters by dietitians, nutritionists, and pediatricians on nutrition guidelines for children from preconception through adolescence, including assessment, normal growth, food hypersensitivities, weight management, genetic screening and nutrition management, inborn errors, developmental disabilities, enteral nutrition, acute medical conditions, cardiac and pulmonary issues, and other diseases.
As part of the school's existing food service management curriculum, faculty have placed students at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut, the Balsams in the White Mountains, and Cape Neddick Lobster Pound and Harborside Restaurant in Maine The integrated culinary arts curriculum allows students to take courses in the other majors within food service management, dietetic technician and restaurant management.
Jobs titles covered include horticulture technician, landscaping supervisor, food service manager, dietetic technician, water or wastewater treatment plant operator, and wildlife technician.
It is written to meet the educational needs of nursing students, dietetic assistants, dietetic technicians and others.
Preparation for the career often starts with on-the-job training or an associate degree from a dietetic technician program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education.
In 1988, she began working as a dietetic technician in an acute care wing at St.