Hey Future Dietitians, Welcome to Dietetics NEXT! A Podcast made by dietetics students for dietetics students. Follow us as we discuss topics and answering fundamental questions we have all encountered during our track towards becoming dietitians.
We will be covering topics such as how to write a personal statement and compelling resume, how to land an internship, what is it like to be a dietetics intern, and looking into alternate career paths in our field.
The purpose of this podcast is to give students some clarity and answers on questions we may have all thought at one point.
More than Picky Eating: Nutrition Counseling & Pediatric Eating Disorders
In this episode, Dietetics Next had the privilege of interviewing Ashley Hinds. Ms. Hinds is a registered dietitian (RD) certified in eating disorders and specializes in behavioral health nutrition. Today, you will have the opportunity to learn about Ms. Hinds' personal experience in the field and her unique approach to meet her client’s nutritional and psychological needs with eating disorders including ARFID, picky eating, and more! Conducting our interview today, we have 4 FIU senior dietetic students Alexandra, Irene, Oriana, and Mitzi.
RD Experiences: Specializing in Eating Disorders
In today’s episode we have the honor of interviewing Ivonne Cobelo Duboy, an accomplished Registered and Licensed Dietitian with 27 years of experience specializing in the areas of Eating Disorders and Women’s Health and Wellness. A known expert in the field, Ivonne has run a private practice since the year 2000. In that time, she has treated hundreds of patients and conducted several support groups. Ivonne has participated in yearly eating disorders prevention and treatment events as well as presented at community and professional venues. She is currently a professor and completing her PhD in Dietetics and Nutrition at Florida International University. She is conducting research on eating disorders in menopausal women with diabetes. In this episode, we will discuss Ivonne’s path to becoming an Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and the steps on how to become certified in Eating Disorders. We will talk about popular topics like health at every size and mindful eating. If you’re thinking about becoming an eating disorder registered dietitian, believe us, you won’t want to miss this inspiring interview. Performing the interview today are Regina, Ariel, Vanessa, Gabriela and Maira.
LEAP Therapy: Lifestyle, Eating and Performance
In today’s episode, we had the great opportunity to interview Jan Patenaude RDN CLT to bring awareness about LEAP therapy (which stands for Lifestyle, Eating, and Performance) and the prospects of working as a dietitian in this field. Aside from describing what the role of a LEAP therapist looks like, Jan provides some of her own real-life experiences to vividly paint the picture of what her job looks like, showing the good and the bad. For more information about LEAP therapy, visit FoodSensitivitySolutions.com, and for volunteer opportunities, search for Jan Patenaude on PreRD.org. Today, this interview is conducted by Matt, Anthony, Adrian, and Sabrina from Florida International University.
EatWell Exchange: Diversity and Cultural Inclusion in a Non-profit Organization
In today’s episode, we will be interviewing Registered Dietitian and co-founder of EatWell Exchange, Ashley Carter. Ashley earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University in Dietetics with a minor in Religion and is currently pursuing her Masters in Dietetics with a concentration in Health Informatics. Ashley and Jasmine Westbrook, her co-founder of EatWell Exchange, noticed there needed to be a stronger bridge between nutrition education and cultural competence and as a result started Eatwell Exchange. Eatwell Exchange is a nonprofit organization serving those in the Miami community by emphasizing the importance of their cultural background and providing nutrition education to support their well-being. Today’s student interviewers include Jasmine, Arianny, Tyler, and Jenny.
Body Partnership: Incorporating different approaches to nutrition
In today's episode, we will be interviewing a very special guest, a body partnership-based dietitian and life coach: Laura Buckley. Laura has been a Registered Dietitian since 2005 and completed her master’s degree in Adult Education and a post-graduate certificate in organizational consulting and change leadership. In today’s episode, we are going to be talking about Laura’s journey on becoming a registered dietitian and a life coach. She is going to be giving us her point of view and definition of body partnership and the positive impacts it can have on an individual’s health. Conducting this interview today are senior dietetics students Elizabeth, Melissa, Carla, Areal, and Brianna.
The Art of Food: The role of a Registered Dietitian and Chef
In this episode, Dietetics Next had the privilege of interviewing Barbara Kamp.
Ms. Kamp is a registered dietitian, certified chef, assistant professor for the college of food innovation and technology at Johnson & Wales University, and a Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist. Today, you will not only get to know the dietitian Barbara Kamp and her personal experiences in the field you will also have the opportunity to learn the ins-and-outs of the food service industry and bits of advice from the expert herself! Conducting our interview today, we have 4 FIU senior dietetic students Sana, Luca, Hannah, and Karla.
Overall great production
I enjoy that it’s not too long and can do something while listening to it. It’s very well made, things flowed, obviously room for improvement but overall great delivery of a first podcast. As a Dietetics and Nutrition masters student at FIU I really enjoyed Dr. Coccia speaking about different internship opportunities. Looking forward to the next one!
Extremely informative and innovative
I love Dr. Coccia’s use of technology to keep students informed.