Testimonials

Knowledgeable pediatric nutrition practitioners are essential to public health but unfortunately, little time is spent on pediatric nutrition in most dietetics education. The Pediatric Nutrition Assessment Self-Study course helps fill the gap and educate RDNs who wish to expand their knowledge and provide quality care to the pediatric population.

Diana Rice, RD, LD, CLEC
Pediatric Nutrition Assessment Self-Study Course

The self-study course, Pediatric Nutrition Assessment is great for anyone looking to increase their comfort level in pediatric assessment and interventions.  It provides great background information as well as detailed guidance.

Courtney Bliss, MS, RDN, CNSC
Pediatric Nutrition Assessment Self-Study Course

This self study course and book was an interesting read, thought provoking, and science based with a unique point of view.

Katy Adams, MDA, RD, CSG, LD
Lifespan: Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To Self-Study Course

This self-study course takes an interesting look at emerging research in the genetic understanding of aging and the factors that can positively influence optimal aging.

Christine Rosenbloom, PhD, RDN, Nutrition Professor Emerita
Lifespan: Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To Self-Study Course

This course certainly has enough nutrition related material to make this appropriate for nutrition professionals.  However, it went beyond nutrition, covering technology, presented ethical questions and thought provoking ideas that are interdisciplinary.

Brenda Burgin Ross, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND
Lifespan: Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To Self-Study Course

This self-study course covers a topic that many RDNs don't know much about. The book takes a good look at the research used and what we need to be aware of in regards to the data and who is sponsoring the study. I gained a better understanding of food companies, the difference in marketing versus a healthy product. Now I have more knowledge I can share with my patients.

Stacey Phillips, MS, RD
Unsavory Truth Self-Study Course

Registered dietitians are regarded as the experts in nutrition by virtue of our education, training, successful completion of the Commission of Dietetic Registration national examination, extensive clinical experience and maintenance of continuing education requirements. Who is better qualified to examine and interpret the ever-evolving field of nutrition research and communicate it accurately to the public? The Unsavory Truth book and self-study course equips us to do just that!

Mary Osak, RD
Unsavory Truth Self-Study Course

This self-study course provides insight to potential bias in nutrition research as well as how to navigate your way to finding the most accurate research supported information available. This can help practitioners ensure that they provide the most factual recommendations/guidance in the nutrition industry.

Erin Allen, MS, RDN, LD
Unsavory Truth Self-Study Course

This self-study course includes excellent information on varied topics that are applicable to multiple venues and level of practitioners.

Katy Adams, MDA, RD, CSG, LD
Providing Food and Nutrition Services During a Pandemic: A Primer for Professionals Course

This self-study course is an excellent compilation of information from renowned experts in the field.  The course pulls all the current resources together including evidence-based practices and guidance from key regulatory agencies.

Kathy Weigand, RDN, CSG, LDN
Providing Food and Nutrition Services During a Pandemic: A Primer for Professionals Course

This course provides evidence-based recommendations and good practice standards.  It helped me understand the thought process, challenges, and wound care terminology of the wound care nurse/specialist. and I now have a better appreciation of that clinical role/ position.

Joanne Genest, RD, CSG
Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers/Injuries Self Study Course

This course has great up to date information on the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel and provides RDNs with the tools needed to thoroughly understand the gamut of Pressure Injuries/Ulcers whether new to the field or a seasoned RDN. I highly recommend this course.

Anna de Jesus, MBA, RDN
Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers/Injuries Self Study Course

This course teaches the fundamentals of sports nutrition. I believe that all RDNs would benefit from having this information, especially those involved in outpatient counseling. Personal trainers, the retailer at the nutrition store, magazine articles and the internet are rife with misinformation and we need to be the example of sound, evidence-based nutrition advice.

Lori Stevens RDN, LDN, CNSC
Plant-Based Sports Nutrition: Expert Strategies for Training, Recovery, and Performance Self-Study Course

Plant-based diets are trending among athletes, but it is not just what is taken off the plate, but what is the replacement. This course does an excellent job of educating practitioners to better guide their clients on a plant-based fueling plan that provides variety and adequacy and addresses potential areas of concern for health and/or performance.

Leslie Bonci, MPH, RDN, CSSD, LDN
Plant-Based Sports Nutrition Expert Fueling Strategies for Training, Recovery and Performance Self-Study Course

This CPE program will make an excellent self study course for practitioners looking for more information on nutrition and integrative medicine. Most of the concepts taught in this course are not taught in the traditional healthcare curriculum.

Cristen Lindsay, RD, CNSC
Nutrition and Integrative Medicine Self Study Course

This is an excellent CPE program!  So many people are interested in Genomics and how nutrition plays a role in our gene expression. Nutritional choices can help prevent chronic disease, meaning aging healthfully truly starts in the kitchen. This course has so much useful information.

Cristen Lindsay, RD, CNSC
The Genomic Kitchen Self Study Course

Nancy presents the information in a factual, fun, informative way and is the consummate educator. Those who take this course will finish with much more knowledge in the field of sports nutrition that will help them apply the science of fueling to the plate.  

Leslie Bonci, MPH, RDN, CSSD, LDN
Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook, 6th Edition Course

Nancy puts the “nutrition” into “sports” in an evidence based, informative and practical easy to read way. For the RDN looking to broaden knowledge and skill sets, this course delivers in the application of science to the field to the plate.

Leslie Bonci, MPH, RDN, CSSD, LDN
Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook, 6th Edition Course

A great learning tool for the RDN wanting to learn about sports nutrition. Nancy Clark’s guidebook provides evidence based, no fuss sports nutrition information. It's great to have a CPE program that goes along with her book!

Kelly Pritchett, PhD, RD, CSSD
Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook, 6th Edition Course

This course teaches the fundamentals of sports nutrition.I believe that all RDs would benefit from having this information, especially those involved in outpatient counseling. Personal trainers, nutrition store retailers, magazine articles and the internet are rife with misinformation and we need to be the example of sound, evidence-based nutrition advice.

Lori Stevens, RD, LDN, CNSC
Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook, 6th Edition Course

This is a good self-study course as it examines diabetes from origins to management throughout the life cycle and through different treatment modalities. Dietitians and Certified Diabetes Educators need to have a thorough understanding of all of these areas, and I feel this course provides a high level view of the pathophysiology and nutrition, as well as specific and current studies and research that can help inform practice. I would recommend this course to anyone looking to gain a deep, scientific understanding of diabetes and evidence on the many treatment options, especially highlighting nutritional prevention and management.

Casey Seiden, MS, RDN, CDN, CDE
Nutrition and Diabetes Pathophysiology and Management, 2nd Edition Course

For so many nutrition professionals, there is the fear of, or avoidance of both salt and fat. And yet, our clients want food that is satisfying. This CPE course gives solid science as to what each of the 4 elements of good cooking do in a manner that most people should be receptive to.

B. Burgin Ross, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND
Salt Fat Acid Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking Self-Study Course

This CPE program advances the RDN’s diabetes knowledge to improve care for people with diabetes.

Lisa Brown RD, LD, CDE
American Association of Diabetes Educators Quick Guide to Medications, 9th Edition Self-Study Course

This CPE program encourages you to think and practice critically, taking into consideration not only blood sugar management, but treatment of hypertension, renal insufficiency, and hyperlipidemia as well. The case studies presented outline realistic patients whose treatments can become complex, all while considering the safety and preferences of the whole person. I would recommend this CPE to anyone looking to feel confident in medication management with diabetes.

Casey Seiden MS, RDN, CDN, CDE
American Association of Diabetes Educators Quick Guide to Medications, 9th Edition Self-Study Course

The CPE course provides a wonderful and comprehensive overview for RDNs on the aspects of eating disorder care. The eating disorder pocket guide and CPE course is a great resource for new and seasoned RDNs in the field.

Jessica Barth Nesbitt, MA, RD, LD, CEDRD-S
Pocket Guide to Eating Disorders Course

Navigating the details of the MDS is fraught with peril; this course helps to guide you correctly along the way.

Jane Bennett, MS, RDN, CD
Minimum Data Set 3.0 RAI Manual v1.17 Course

"This is an excellent CPE program. In my experience educating other professionals about baby-led weaning (BLW), I have learned that professional resources on this emerging area of nutrition are sorely needed. Moreover, because the Born to Eat book goes beyond the basics of BLW and discusses family meals, body positivity and raising children to trust food and their bodies, any nutrition professional will benefit from incorporating the concepts from this self-study course into practice."

Diana Rice, RD, LD, CLEC
Born to Eat Course, 2

"As a pediatric registered dietitian, I'm a self-feeding approach advocate. Having this CPE program will encourage more dietitians and healthcare providers to learn up to date information. It will help practitioners to guide families in introducing complimentary foods and to learn about the self-feeding approach."

Alexandra Briceno RDN, LDN, CSPN
Born to Eat Course

"This is an excellent resource for any and all dietitians working in acute care of long term care."

Jamie Ritchie MS, RD, CSG, LDN
ASPEN Enteral Nutrition Handbook 2nd Edition Course, 2

"ASPEN Enteral Nutrition Handbook 2nd Edition Continuing Professional Education Course is an excellent resource for RDNs who are providing guidance and recommendations regarding enteral nutrition. Based on the latest research and evidence based practice for every stage of life from pediatrics to geriatrics, the handbook is easy to understand with a convenient and well organized index for quick reference."

Cindy Frey, RD CSG
ASPEN Enteral Nutrition Handbook, 2nd edition Course

"All facility owners should require this course yearly for RDNs, CDMs, and all dining service staff. Other facility staff who prepare or serve foods to residents/patients should also be required to take this course so they understand the risks of foodborne illness."

Marne Keeler, RDN, LD, Consultant RDN for 20 years in TX and OH
Food Code 2017 Course

"Excellent for application of knowledge and skills of nutrition to the overall survey process."

Brenda Richardson, MA, RDN, LD, CD, FAND, Owner/President, Salem, IN
CMS State Operations Manual Appendix PP Course (2)

"This course provides the learner a tool with which to study the detailed information contained in F-tags and determine if current in-house procedures "measure up" to the intent of the regulation."

Jane Bennett, MS, RDN, CD, Owner, RD Services, Bloomfield, IN
CMS State Operations Manual Appendix PP Course (1)

"The questions are quite appropriate and actually in more detail than some of the questions on the CSSD exam. Plus the questions go beyond the general to the specific areas that sports dietitians must know."

Leslie Bonci, MPH, RDN, CSSD, LDN
Sports Nutrition: A Handbook for Professionals, 6th Edition Course (2)

"Yes, this is great! There isn’t anything out there like it to my knowledge. I wish it was available when I was studying for my first CSSD exam."

Kelly L. Pritchett (Kerr), PhD, RD, CSSD
Sports Nutrition: A Handbook for Professionals, 6th Edition Course

"There is so much interest among dietitians to practice in sports nutrition but evidence and recommendations based on the literature must be the foundation for practice...this delivers on the science and the application."

Leslie Bonci, MPH, RDN, CSSD, LDN
Sports Nutrition: A Handbook for Professionals, 6th Edition Course (3)

"By making this a CPE program, it actually gives credit for the amount of time and education needed with knowing the facility's policies and procedures are current and 'best practice'."

Brenda Richardson, MA, RDN, LD, CD, FAND
Policy & Procedure Manual: For Nutrition and Food Service in Healthcare Facilities, 2019 Course

"It's vital for professionals to know best practices. This CPE program provides comprehensive policies and procedures without the need to spend hours developing the manual. Plenty of useful forms and references."

Linda S. Eck Mills, MBA, RDN, LDN, FADA
Policy & Procedure Manual: For Nutrition and Food Service in Healthcare Facilities, 2019 Course

"A comprehensive addition to diabetes-related CPE programs, highlighting the integral role of the nutrition professional."

Amy Lynn (Hess) Fischl, MS, RDN, LDN, BC-ADM, CDE
AADE Quick Guide to Medications for Diabetes Course

"This book is very comprehensive and is much more than just a diet manual. Great book for a new RDN just starting to work in LTC as well as the seasoned RDN who is looking to expand knowledge on areas he/she may not have in their everyday practice (such as the topics in the special diseases and condition section). Even the appendix has a wealth of information. Wonderful reference manual!"

Mary Ellen Posthauer, RDN, CD, LD, FAND
Diet and Nutrition Care Manual

"This is an excellent comprehensive resource for dietitians working in a variety of settings including acute care hospitals, long term care settings and even in an outpatient settings. It has a variety of resources including reference materials for assessments and educational materials for patients. It is up to date including IDDSI, which continues to be a big area of interest  for those working in long term and acute care where dysphagia diets are ordered."

Jamie Ritchie, MS, RD, CSG, LDN, CBIS
Diet and Nutrition Care Manual Course

"I feel this would make a good CPE program for any dietitians who want to have their knowledge of the standards of care assessed, perhaps in preparation for becoming a certified diabetes educator. It provides well-rounded case studies that touch on important recent changes in the guidelines."

Casey Seiden, MS, RD, CDN, CDE, Educator at The Institute for Family Health, New York, NY
2019 ADA Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes

"This is an excellent review course for nutrition assessment, the NCP process, and NFPE. It provides a multitude of resources for any practitioner considering a research project."

JoAnne Genest, RDN, CSG
Nutrition Assessment: Clinical and Research Applications

"This is a treasure-trove of nutrition knowledge that includes chapter specific study questions and resources along with suggested activities to reinforce learning."

Jane Bennett, MS, RDN, CD
Nutrition Assessment: Clinical Research Applications

“My nutrition consulting company (with over 50 RDNs) uses Becky Dorner & Associates nearly exclusively to meet our continuing education needs outside of our own in-person training. I trust that any continuing education provided by BDA is current, on-point and delivered in a professional and concise manner. Becky and her staff have the pulse on what we need as nutrition professionals.”

Sue Stillman Linja, RDN, LD, President of S&S Nutrition Network, Inc. Co-Founder, Officer, and Vice President of LTC Nutrition Counseling, LLC, Boise, Idaho

“I prefer Becky Dorner & Associates to other CPE providers because they have the most relevant, cutting-edge topics at an affordable price. Not only are the continuing education programs enjoyable and useful, but the E-zine and other publications keep me up to date on what is happening in the industry.”

Kathy Warwick, RD, CDE, Owner, Professional Nutrition Consultants, LLC, Madison, Mississippi

“I have been recommending Becky Dorner & Associates’ products to my clients and fellow clinicians for 20 years. They provide the most current information and educational resources on topics relevant to my practice by striving to make key issues easy to understand and implement. It’s like ‘one stop shopping’ and by far the best place to obtain CPE credits and the latest industry news.”

Mary Ellen Posthauer, RDN, CD, LD, FAND, President MEP Healthcare Dietary Services, Inc., Evansville, Indiana

“As a nutrition and dietetics professor, it is wonderful to see such high-quality educational opportunities for registered dietitian nutritionists. Becky Dorner & Associates provides educational opportunities for topics that are on the cutting edge of nutrition research and practical application.”

SeAnne Safaii-Waite, PhD, RDN, LD, Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition, University of Idaho

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