Our goal is to provide practitioners in public health and community nutrition with credible, up-to-date, evidence-based resources to use in practice.
Click on the following links for a complete list of resources:
For the Nutrition Professional
Community Nutrition Assessment Tools
Public Health/Community Nutrition Care Process Toolkit
Guidelines for Community Nutrition Supervised Experiences
Legislative and Public Policy Resources
International Nutrition Education Resources
More Resources for the RD
For the Patient/Consumer
Consumer/Patient Education Materials
Diet and Physical Activity Guidance
For the Nutrition Researcher
Research has been identified as a priority of the Academy based on the Spring 2014 HOD Meeting. Below are several resources for research that are provided by the Academy to members.
- Community/Public Health based Dietetic Internships
- If you are considering pursuing the field of public health in graduate school, check out this resource that explains degree options and ranks the best programs in the nation.
- 2015-2016 PHCNPG Student Survey Results
- All Access Internships
- For writing help (resumes, personal statements,assignments, etc..) be sure to check your school's website. Most likely they have a department that specializes in this and will help you for FREE.
- The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Student Community is a great place to network with other students
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Page Updated: March 1, 2017
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