Indiana Dietetics in Health Care Communities
COVID prevented us from meeting in person this year but don’t forget to renew your IN-DHCC membership. There is no late fee and a great deal for $25. We will be planning a summer seminar for next year and keep you up-to-date with the newsletters.
IN-DHCC chair, Lorna Troyer, RDN, LD
IN-DHCC Membership Registation Form
Summer Meeting 2020
Food: Back to the Basics
September 24th and 25th, 2020
Join us for 5 power packed webinars and update your nutrition skills.
Registration Opening Soon!
Hosted by: Indiana Dietetics in Health Care Communities (IN-DHCC)
a practice group of the Indiana Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (IAND)
Earn 6.0 CPEU credits
Day 1: Webinar September 24th, 2020
9:00-10:00 am Marianne Smith Edge, MS, RDN, LD, FADA, FAND:
The Pandemic’s Impact on Food Trends: 2020 and Beyond
10:00-11:00 am Chef Rob Granberg, Rayona Baker, RDN:
Exploring Food Trends: Cooking Demonstration
11:00-11:15 am Gordon Food Service Exhibit
11:15-12:15 pm Marianne Smith Edge MS, RDN, LD, FADA, FAND:
What Does Sustainability and Food Waste Have to with Healthcare?
Day 2: Webinar September 25th, 2020
9:00 -10:30 am Barbara Minger, RDN:
Resetting the Table with Confidence and Best Practices: Establishing a New Normal
10:30-10:45 am E Nutricia Exhibit
10:45-12:00 pm Professor Jos Schols, Professor Thomas Cederholm, and Marian McKenna RD: Nutritional Management in Care Homes and Learning from COVID-19
• IN-DHCC members and CDMs – $75
• Non IN-DHCC members – $100
• Non AND members – $150
• Students and Retired RD/RDNs – $40
Log in information will be emailed to registrants before Sept 23rd.
Certification and Standards of Professional Practice
The majority of the members of the Indiana Dietetics in Health Care Communities Dietetic Practice Group are registered, certified dietitians providing service to long -term care or assisted living facilities. According to Indiana Health Facilities Rules 410 IAC 16.2 registered dietitians who are practicing in healthcare facilities that are licensed by the state of Indiana must be certified. “A qualified dietitian is one who is certified under
Indiana Code 25-14.5”.
Recently providers have contacted registered dietitians (RDs) and /or the Indiana Dietitians Certification Board to clarify if RDs either full time or in a consulting role must be certified. The Indiana Dietitians Certification Board is not responsible for ensuring that RDs meet the certification requirement for Indiana Health Facilities Rules 410 IAC 16.2. However, to verify that an RD is certified please access https://secure.in.gov/pla/diet.htm and click online status verification service.
RDs who are certified must complete at least 30 hours of continuing education every two years. Effective July 20, 2016 Rule 6, Standards of Professional Practice was approved and added to the Dietitians Standards and Rules. These standards can be accessed on the Indiana Dietitian Certification web site http://www.in.gov/legislative/iac/20160217-IR-830150297PRA.xml.pdf.
Lorna Troyer, RDN, CD