Highlighting the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2018 University of Idaho Outstanding Dietetic Student Award Winners

The purpose of the Outstanding Dietetics Student Award program is to recognize the emerging leadership and achievement of students in ACEND-accredited and approved dietetics education programs and encourage their participation in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Idaho State University selected three students for this award: one from the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD), one from the Dietetic Internship in Pocatello, and one from the Dietetic Internship in Meridian. Faculty, preceptors, and students assisted with the selection.

All students were recognized at the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Meeting, April 19th – 20th 2018 in Sun Valley. 

The Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics awards each ODSA a one-year membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Criteria

  • Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Students must be members by January 1st of the year in which they would receive the award. Student enrolled in ACEND-accredited dietetics education program (CP, DI, DPD, DT).
  • Demonstrated academic achievement as documented by letters from program faculty or preceptor.
  • Demonstrated leadership and professional potential; e.g., honors, student dietetic association activities, community service activities, etc.

 

Senior CPD Student – South 

Jenna Dyckman 

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How did you become interested in nutrition?

Many factors played a role in my path towards nutrition and dietetics including my love for sports and being active, my desire to work in the health care field, and my desire to help others. While completing my undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology, a requirement for graduation was to take a beginning nutrition class. I actually did not want to take the class and was pretty indifferent about the subject.  Despite this, I kept an open mind and eventually discovered I had a passion for nutrition. My professor was an RD and the stories she shared and the passion she had as she taught captured my attention and inspired me to further investigate dietetics. Once I discovered the many possible career paths a dietitian could take and having the opportunity to choose a career that fit exactly what I wanted to do was an exciting idea! 

What has been your favorite experience from your dietetic program and/or internship so far

This is a tough question to answer. I really loved my MNT course and the opportunity we had to learn from guest lecturers, who were local RDs and experts in specific areas of dietetics. But overall, my clinical rotation has been my favorite experience from my dietetic program. My preceptors were amazing, I learned so much and enjoyed the day to day challenge. I had the opportunity to not only use the knowledge I gained from MNT, but expand upon it as I worked with new patients and learned from my preceptors.

Once you become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, what kind of work would you like to do? 

When I graduate I want to work as a clinical dietitian. Eventually I would like to specialize in critical care and work to get my CNSC certification. A long-term career goal would be to work as a professor at the university level teaching nutrition.

What words of wisdom would you share with students who are interested in pursuing Dietetics? 

I’ve learned so much along the way from my professors, peers, and preceptors, that it is hard to condense it into a few sentences. Advice I would share with future dietetic students is to find joy in the journey. Being enrolled in a dietetics program can be stressful and at times overwhelming, but at the same time it is such a gift! At the University of Idaho’s CPD program (and I’m sure at every program), our professors go out of their way to provide with us unique opportunities in and out of the classroom. Never take an opportunity for granted, you never know where you’ll discover your passion in dietetics!

 

Senior CPD Student – North

Maddie Ray 

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How did you become interested in nutrition?

Food and helping people are my two favorite things! I have always loved science and been interested in working in health, so when I found out about dietetics I knew that this was where I wanted to be.

What has been your favorite experience from your dietetic program and/or internship so far?

I have had tons of great experiences over the last two years, but the friendships that I have made as a dietetics student are absolutely irreplaceable. The program can be stressful at times, but I have been lucky enough to go through it with 18 of the most intelligent, hilarious, amazing foodies you’ll ever meet.

Once you become a registered dietitian, what kind of work would you like to do?

This is a hard one. Every time I hear about a new type of job that a dietitian can have, I change my mind about what I want I want to do. I am most interested in either clinical or community dietetics, but there are so many options for jobs in the dietetics field… how are we supposed to pick one!?

What words of wisdom would you share with students who are interested in pursuing dietetics?

Buy comfy shoes, save all of your handouts, and thank your preceptors every chance you get.

 

Junior CPD Student

Satoko Haji 

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How did you become interested in nutrition?

I’ve always loved to cook and create something since I was little. I loved to watch my mother cooking and it looked like a magic for me. Before I decided to come to the University of Idaho, I graduated from Okayama University in Japan with a Bachelor of Agriculture in Plant Science and worked as an agricultural officer for the local government in Oita, Japan. At that time, I realized that Japanese people eat less rice and more processed foods than we used to. Many young people my age do not know how to cook with fresh produces. It’s a severe problem for farmers who make their living by selling fresh products. From this problem, I got interested in food and nutrition, specifically “how we decide what we eat.”

What has been your favorite experience from your dietetic program and/or internship so far?

I’ve been enjoying studying dietetics at the University of Idaho. The activities and projects are sometimes overwhelming, but I like working hard to accomplish something challenging. The favorite points about my dietetic program are working with peer students to create original recipes and plans and having practical experiences. I cannot decide which experience is my favorite, but I enjoyed most of them so far. I am also excited about the senior year of my dietetic program in Boise area.

Once you become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, what kind of work would you like to do? 

My future goal is to work as a clinical RDN in a hospital. I want to help people who are suffering from a disease to improve their health through counseling and discussing proper nutrition for each individual. My father is a diabetic patient, but he also is an endocrinologist. He was diagnosed in his early 40s. He knew he has a genetic factor, but he was too busy to take care of himself and to eat balanced meals, which his body needed. Because of this, I learned how powerful nutrition is to one’s health and I’m currently interested in dedicating my career as a clinical RDN to clients who suffer from diabetes. I would love to have more life experiences in America and make my unique way as a dietitian by mixing Japanese and American culture and also using my background as an agricultural specialist.

What words of wisdom would you share with students who are interested in pursuing Dietetics? 

“We are what we eat.” The field of food and nutrition is very interesting to me because it affects directly to the physical and mental health. Nobody can change others’ lifestyles, but dietitians can help others to improve their health through a diet. I love studying dietetics, especially because we can apply our knowledge and skills to everyday life since we all need to eat every day.

 

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Highlighting the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2018 Idaho State University Outstanding Dietetic Student Award Winners

The purpose of the Outstanding Dietetics Student Award program is to recognize the emerging leadership and achievement of students in ACEND-accredited and approved dietetics education programs and encourage their participation in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Idaho State University selected three students for this award: one from the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD), one from the Dietetic Internship in Pocatello, and one from the Dietetic Internship in Meridian. Faculty, preceptors, and students assisted with the selection.

All students were recognized at the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Meeting, April 19th – 20th 2018 in Sun Valley. 

The Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics awards each ODSA a one-year membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Criteria

  • Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Students must be members by January 1st of the year in which they would receive the award. Student enrolled in ACEND-accredited dietetics education program (CP, DI, DPD, DT).
  • Demonstrated academic achievement as documented by letters from program faculty or preceptor.
  • Demonstrated leadership and professional potential; e.g., honors, student dietetic association activities, community service activities, etc.

 

Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD)

Andrea Jeffery

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How did you become interested in nutrition?

Everywhere around me I see the impact that food choices have on people’s lives. People have fallen so far away from nutrition and been lured into unconscious eating habits that they don’t even understand, not realizing the impact this can have on their long-term health. I want to teach, demonstrate, and communicate all aspects of food and nutritious, healthy, lifestyle choices to as many people as I can. It’s my way of changing the world.

What has been your favorite experience from your dietetic program and/or internship so far

For three semesters, I was the Career Path Intern for the Dietetic Department at Idaho State University. Through this, I experienced many different opportunities that have opened my eyes to a diverse picture from a faculty viewpoint. I created grocery store plans, developed shopping lists from class recipes, shopped and set up prep areas for the Foods lab, as well as shopped for Experimental Food, and any other needs of the department. I had the chance to work with a research professor and assist for her with research. I marketed for the department at various career and major/minor fairs. I enjoyed the pleasure of watching and working with the ACEND process for re-accreditation of the department. I was able to proof read the documents that make up the binder and assisted the faculty during the site visit.

I have pursed a long-distance internship because it will broaden the range of my experience and open new opportunities. With my internship I have the opportunity to work in additional locations in several states. I love meeting the people involved in dietetics. I thank the preceptors for giving of their time and expertise to help us continue our educational process.

Once you become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, what kind of work would you like to do? 

Short term, I am working on strengthening my knowledge of nutrition. I look forward to the continuation of my knowledge during my internship. When I have obtained my RD qualifications, I plan to work as a dietician in the corporate world of wellness. I want to work with individuals who are motivated to take action to improve both their health and the health of their families.

In time, I would like to be a life coach incorporating my love of nutrition into a more balanced life plan involving the positive psychology of success and motivating people to go from good to great. I would like to help people achieve to their best potential by creating accountability and providing knowledge and encouragement to help them make the shift. I love to help people feel great through positive life choices.

What words of wisdom would you share with students who are interested in pursuing Dietetics? 

The field of dietetics is growing. There are many opportunities to find the best niche for anyone looking to major in the field. It is an exciting time to be learning and involved in the field of nutrition.

 

 

Dietetic Internship in Pocatello

Stephanie Fisher

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How did you become interested in nutrition?

I have always had a passion for food and helping others. When I learned that a career in Dietetics would allow me to pursue both, that is when I became interested in nutrition.

What has been your favorite experience from your dietetic program and/or internship so far?

My favorite experience from the internship has been working with the various interdisciplinary teams and learning how each discipline works to help their patients. My favorite disciplines that I was able to shadow were Speech Therapy and Wound Care.

Once you become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, what kind of work would you like to do?

I would love to work in a clinical setting, either in a hospital or outpatient with diabetes management. I also really enjoyed the Long-Term Care setting and I would definitely be interested in a career there as well.

What words of wisdom would you share with students who are interested in pursuing Dietetics?

Be as open-minded and flexible as possible when going into the internship. There are so many different personalities to work with and as soon as you start feeling comfortable and confident, you move to a new rotation. Different facilities do things their own way, so be open to their ideas and criticisms, that is how you will grow. There will be hiccups along the way, try not to get worked up and just go with it, you can do anything for nine months! Also, ask questions! Most preceptors are glad to share their knowledge and are willing to help you expand yours.

 

Dietetic Internship in Meridian 

Rebecca Naldo

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How did you become interested in nutrition?

My interest in nutrition stemmed from my lifelong love of food. I grew up watching The Food Network and experimenting in the kitchen with my dad. After a field trip to a heart health museum I became hooked on the relationship between food and health. The rest is history.

What has been your favorite experience from your dietetic program and/or internship so far?

While rotating through a dialysis center, I had the opportunity to assist my preceptor with a presentation on kidney nutrition in a fifth grade class. I enjoyed it immensely. It was interesting to see a side of dietetics that is not often discussed.

Once you become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, what kind of work would you like to do? 

I prefer preventive care to curative care. As such, I am drawn to the public health side of nutrition. I particularly enjoyed my WIC rotation, but would be interested in pursuing anything public health related.

What words of wisdom would you share with students who are interested in pursuing Dietetics? 

Create a community. Surround yourself with peers, mentors, friends, and family. You’ll need all the encouragement, guidance, and love you can get.

 

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2018 Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Award Winners

On behalf of the Awards Committee, we appreciate all who submitted letters nominating the following individuals for awards:

Outstanding Dietitian of the Year: Samantha Anne Ramsay, PhD, RDN, LD, FAND

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Each year the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recognizes those who individuals who receive the affiliate’s top member award. At least one letter explaining why the nominee is deserving of the reward is required.

This year’s recipient of the Outstanding Dietitian of the Year, Samantha Ramsay.  Our dear friend and colleague died unexpectedly July 31, 2017, attempting to summit the Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps.

Samantha was passionate about her profession and was a beacon in promoting the Registered Dietitian in Idaho and around the world, truly Outstanding.  Samantha has served the Idaho Academy through her role as president and in her role as public policy chair, volunteering countless hours to promote our profession. 

Crystal Wilson observed that Samantha “had the unique ability to see the best in people, to find and nourish a part of them that others may not see or overlooked.  She was welcoming and accepting which resulted in her building a diverse network of colleagues and friends.”  Former student Kim Young notes that she continually encouraged and challenged her advisees to new heights and states “I owe much of my success to Dr. Ramsay!  If it hadn’t been for her commitment to me as a student I would not be where I am today.”

Dear friend and colleague SeAnne Safaii describes Samantha perfectly, “To know Samantha was to love her. For those of us lucky ones who worked with Samantha, we knew her as a pioneer in the area of child feeding research, an avid athlete, loving mother and a remarkable woman and role model for other young women.” It is with great honor that I, representing the Board and I would say all the membership, bestow the 2018 Outstanding Dietitian of the year award to Dr. Samantha Ramsay.  We love you and will miss you.

Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year: Chelsea Schoenfelder, MPH, RDN, LD

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This award recognizes qualified dietitians within their state. Members eligible to receive this honor should be 35 years of age or younger and demonstrate leadership qualities and performance in legislation, research, public relations, education, community outreach, management, and other areas related to the profession. Their contributions on the job and in the community will merit this recognition. At least one letter explaining why the nominee is deserving of the reward is required.

This year’s recipient is Chelsea Schoenfelder. Chelsea is an active Registered Dietitian who is a champion in her Idaho community. She is known for her willingness to learn, being well-rounded, and having the ability to add special touches that bring everything together.

June Yerrington Award: Katherine (Kathy Vance), RDN, LD

The Idaho Academy membership recognizes an individual who has been an Idaho Academy member for at least 10 years. A member who receives this award has contributed to the Idaho Academy in a significant way during his or her professional career.

This member must have made a significant impact in his or her community and has earned respect from within the community. This award honors the respect the recipient has earned from his or her colleagues. At least three letters explaining why the nominee is deserving of the award are requested for the nomination.

This year’s recipient is Kathy Vance. Kathy is a gifted clinical dietitian who is known for her willingness to help others, being a champion for her profession and being a patient, understanding teacher.

Gem Award: Keller Associates

The Gem award recognizes nonmember of Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that have promoted and/or encouraged good health with an emphasis on sound nutrition habits through efforts to educate the public. In addition to financial contributions, this can be done through individual, company or organizations efforts. This award goes to nonmember who have supported activities of the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics through financial or in-kind contributions. The promotion, encouragement or support should have been provided on a regular basis for several years. A company or organization may also qualify for an outstanding “one time” effort. At least three letters of support are required for nomination.

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Announcing the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2018 University of Idaho Outstanding Dietetic Student Awards

The purpose of the Outstanding Dietetics Student Award program is to recognize the emerging leadership and achievement of students in ACEND-accredited and approved dietetics education programs and encourage their participation in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

The University of Idaho selected three students from the Coordinated Program (CPD): one junior, one senior from CPD-North and one senior from CPD-South for this program. Nominations were determined by the University of Idaho Dietetic faculty, which included Hydee Becker, Dr. Katie Brown, Dr. Katie Miner, and Dr. SeAnne Safaii-Waite.

All students will be recognized at the Annual Meeting, April 19th – 20th, 2018 and their bios will be featured after the Annual Meeting in this blog. 

The Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics awards each ODSA a one-year membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Criteria

  • Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Students must be members by January 1st of the year in which they would receive the award. Student enrolled in ACEND-accredited dietetics education program (CP, DI, DPD, DT).
  • Demonstrated academic achievement as documented by letters from program faculty or preceptor.
  • Demonstrated leadership and professional potential; e.g., honors, student dietetic association activities, community service activities, etc.

 

Senior CPD Student – South 

Jenna Dyckman 

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Jenna was selected by her peers for this award.  One student writes, “She is a hard worker who is willing to go above and beyond to learn and achieve her goals.  Additionally, she is willing to help others learn when they are having a difficult time and wants everyone to succeed.” Many students commented on Jenna’s ability to lighten the atmosphere, provide a good laugh, and create fun.  

 

Senior CPD Student – North

Maddie Ray 

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Maddi Ray was selected among her peers for this award.  Among the many comments received, one that is representatives  was that “She has always been positive and works incredibly hard.  Watching her helping skills videos and her education in clinical simulation shows just how much she has grown.  I believe she will make one of the best RDNs I will ever know.”  

 

Junior CPD Student

Satoko Haji 

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Satoko was nominated by her peers.  One student wrote, “I would like to nominate Satoko as our outstanding Junior because of her dedication, discipline, and passion. Even though she is 5,000 miles from home, studying in her second language, she has a much deeper understanding of the topics we study than most of us. I wish those who don’t study with her as frequently as I do could see how brilliant and competent she is. She always inspires me to complete assignments early, like she does, and to study and review faithfully, even when no exams or assignments are approaching. She approaches our studies as knowledge that she is excited to attain, not as a box that she has to check off before she can play. She never complains. Instead, she simply says, “Ok we need to do this, this, this, and this. Let’s start now.” Then she puts her head down and gets to it.”  

 

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Announcing the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2018 Idaho State University Outstanding Dietetic Student Awards

The purpose of the Outstanding Dietetics Student Award program is to recognize the emerging leadership and achievement of students in ACEND-accredited and approved dietetics education programs and encourage their participation in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Idaho State University selected three students for this award: one from the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD), one from the Dietetic Internship in Pocatello, and one from the Dietetic Internship in Meridian. Faculty, preceptors, and students assisted with the selection.

All students will be recognized at the Annual Meeting, April 19th – 20th, 2018 and their bios will be featured after the Annual Meeting in this blog. 

The Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics awards each ODSA a one-year membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Criteria

  • Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Students must be members by January 1st of the year in which they would receive the award. Student enrolled in ACEND-accredited dietetics education program (CP, DI, DPD, DT).
  • Demonstrated academic achievement as documented by letters from program faculty or preceptor.
  • Demonstrated leadership and professional potential; e.g., honors, student dietetic association activities, community service activities, etc.

 

 

Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD)

Andrea Jeffery

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Andrea is a non-traditional student who earned her B.S. in Dietetics in December 2017. She is currently completing a distance internship with Be Well Solutions out of Cleveland, OH. Andrea brought a wealth of experience to the classroom with a former bachelor’s degree in Human Services, owning and operating her own business and extensive volunteering in the community. Andrea was well respected among her peers and heavily relied upon by the faculty as our Career Path Intern working on setting up foods lab experiences, assisting with faculty research, running recruitment events and assisting with the recent self-study and site visit. Andrea can be described as curious, methodical, detail oriented, self-directed, empathetic, and engaging. She will be a tremendous asset to our profession.

 

Dietetic Internship in Pocatello

Stephanie Fisher

 

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The ISU Dietetic Faculty would like to nominate Stephanie Fisher as the outstanding Pocatello Dietetic Intern for the IAND conference in April 2018.

Stephanie is a 2017 graduate of the Idaho State University Didactic Program in Dietetics.  She finishes the internship in May 2018 and has been well received by the faculty, her peers, and especially her preceptors.  Stephanie exemplifies the outstanding intern through her positive attitude during a busy and stressful school year and going above and beyond what is expected of her. 

Stephanie surprised herself by how much she enjoyed her clinical rotation and is now interested in pursuing clinical dietetics for her career.  She will be a wonderful asset to our profession.

 

Dietetic Internship in Meridian 

Rebecca Naldo

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Rebecca Naldo came to the ISU Meridian internship from Arizona State University in Phoenix, Arizona. During her dietetic internship, Rebecca has participated in many extracurricular activities including food demonstrations at community health screening clinics and health professions fairs. She is always willing to be involved in additional learning opportunities and produces quality work in all she does. She has
shown her ability to be flexible when her rotations have changed mid-year and is able to keep calm and accept any challenge that comes her way.

Rebecca is calm, mature and always participating in class discussions and activities. Preceptors give her high marks for her motivation, dependability, and ability to work independently. She catches on very  quickly and performs at the highest level. It has been a pleasure to have her in the internship, and she has been a great representative of ISU!

 

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Check Out This Year’s Annual Meeting Peer-Reviewed Posters!

We are excited with the number of poster session presenters this year!  

Session abstracts were peer-reviewed by members of the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. You can earn 1 CPE for visiting the Poster Sessions at our Annual Meeting in Sun Valley on April 19th.

Register TODAY for the meeting at https://www.eatrightidaho.org/meeting/attend/registration/

 

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Get to Know Idaho Dietetic Student: Samantha Buratto

This year the Idaho Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is celebrating 70 years of our Idaho affiliate! As part of our celebration, we would like to recognize what Idaho Dietetic Interns and Students are doing and where they would like to go after the completion of their dietetic program.

Today, we are recognizing:

Samantha Buratto 

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Junior Student in the Coordinated Program in Dietetics at the University of Idaho

 

How did you become interested in nutrition?

I grew up in a family of medical professionals that never stressed the importance of a good diet, and so my eating habits had no structure. My interest in dietetics was sparked while working at Trader Joe’s. I was introduced to this whole new world of food and people that had a much better appreciation for it than I ever knew possible. I started experimenting with food and my diet, and soon realized how much better I felt when I regulated my diet with a variety of healthy foods. It was not long after that, that I decided I wanted to make it my life’s work helping others come to the same realization and guide them on how to take care of their bodies through their diet.

What has been your favorite experience from your dietetic program and/or internship so far?

My favorite experience from the program so far is the recipe development. I’ve always been a recipe cook and it was fun to be on the other side, where I was the one creating the recipe. We were given a holiday themed recipe development where we had to pair two foods that normally wouldn’t go together. My partner and I ended up creating a Rooibos Chai Jicama Pie, and I was so proud of our creation. It is my goal to become more savvy with food and cooking, so I like that this program is really food focused and challenges us to cook with foods that are unfamiliar to us.

Once you become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, what kind of work would you like to do?

When I become a RDN, I see myself eventually working in the realm of functional and/or holistic nutrition. I want to start out as a clinical dietitian to gain useful experience working with patients that require proper nutrition from factors such as illness, recovery, or diagnoses that demand lifestyle changes. I believe there are a lot of ways food and nutrition can change people’s lives in a functional way. I want to teach people how to create healthy lifestyles using food knowledge in way that is easily implemented in their daily lives. I also want to work with holistic nutrition and use food as medicine.

What words of wisdom would you share with students who are interested in pursuing Dietetics?

My piece of advice to fellow students is to never get discouraged. I struggled with my grades the first two years of college because I really didn’t know what I wanted to do with my college career. I was taking dead end classes and did not put the time in to finish them strong. When I finally decided that Dietetics was 100% what I could see myself doing as a lifelong career, I worked so hard to get my grades where they needed to be and educated myself on what I had to do in order to apply to my program. At times I found myself getting extremely discouraged and thinking there is no way, with my past grades, that I was going to qualify for this program. I constantly had to remind myself that I do deserve this and nothing was going to stop me from reaching my goal. The day I got my acceptance letter, I knew that all my hard work had paid off and this is what I am meant to do.

What is your LinkedIn profile URL?

https://www.linkedin.com/in/samantha-buratto-8a609b14a/

Thank you Samantha and see you at the Idaho Annual Meeting April 19th – 20th in Sun Valley!

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