Marian Glick-Bauer, MS, RD, CDN, CSRCDR Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)
|POSITION||Skills/Attributes associated with the position||Examples of how I have demonstrated outcomes for each skill/attribute that qualify me for the position|
|CDR Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)||
|| 1. Assisting the Dietetic Internship Program Manager to fulfill changing education and experience requirements for upcoming RDs.
2. Meeting best practices and providing expert patient care by attaining CSR, CNSC, and CCTD credentials for diverse roles.
3. Gaining first-hand knowledge by attaining credentials from CDR, NBNSC (ASPEN), and NATCO.
4. Improving the hospital-to-home continuity of care for home EN/PN patients, while navigating the traditionally separate roles of inpatient and outpatient RDs.
5. Twice awarded Preceptor of the Year by an increasingly diverse dietetic internship class.
|North Shore University Hospital, Northwell Health||Clinical Dietitian||6|
|Southside Hospital, Northwell Health||Clinical Dietitian||0.6|
|New York-Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center||Nutrition Fellow, Oncology/Nutrition Support||0.5|
|Leadership Position||Organization||Years Involved in the Organization||My specific leadership contributions, achievements and outcomes:|
|Webinar Coordinator||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Dietitians in Nutrition Support||2022 - 2023||Lead the Webinar Committee in selecting webinar topics, reaching out to content experts, scheduling and hosting webinars, and serving as a liaison between speakers and the DNS Executive Committee. Submit CEU requests to the Academy and provide proof of CEUs to webinar registrants.|
|Contributing Author to Clinical Guide to Nutrition Care in Kidney Disease, Third Edition. 2023||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Renal Dietitians Dietetic Practice Group||2020 - 2023||Co-authored Chapter 16: Parenteral Nutrition and Kidney Disease, in Clinical Guide to Nutrition Care in Kidney Disease, Third Edition. Coordinated chapter revisions and reference updates with the Clinical Guide Co-Editor for the Renal Dietitians Dietetic Practice Group.|
|Webinar Editor; Reviewer for Clinical Guide to Nutrition Care in Kidney Disease, Third Edition. 2023||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Renal Dietitians Dietetic Practice Group||2020 - 2023||Manuscript reviewer for the Renal Dietitians Practice Group. Edited and revised webinar: MNT for Acute Kidney Injury, in cooperation with the RPG Marketing and Communications Chair. Provided expert review and revisions for chapter 15: Enteral Nutrition and Kidney Disease, in Clinical Guide to Nutrition Care in Kidney Disease, Third Edition.|
|Chair, Formulary Standardization Committee||Northwell Health||2021 - 2023||Chair of Formulary Standardization Subcommittee for Northwell Health. Involve subcommittee members from across the hospital system to contribute evidence-based research on enteral and oral nutrition formulary products for review. Lead the committee in selecting products that best meet the needs of the health system. Present a revised and standardized formulary to the Clinical Nutrition Managers and Procurement leadership of organization. Coordinate format of new formulary and strategy for managing product shortages.|
|Parenteral Nutrition Standardization and Mentorship Committee||Northwell Health||2022 - 2023||Coordinate with nutrition support dietitians, clinical nutrition managers, and physicians across the health system to implement safe ordering practices for parenteral nutrition. Assist IT specialists in designing a more user-friendly, electronic PN ordering form. Create a parenteral nutrition reference manual and co-design a training program to mentor dietitians and providers across the health system in PN order writing and best practices.|
The dietetics profession is as diverse and varied as any in the medical field. Dietitians may specialize in pediatric transplant, parenteral nutrition, hospice care, research, or food service management. The evolving medical landscape will require RDs who are competent in emerging trends, from the role of the gut microbiome in digestive health, to improving the quality of life for an aging population. The CDR must evolve too, to ensure a diverse field of competent practitioners, to protect and promote public health, and elevate the role of the dietetic professional.
“What type of dietitian are you?” Let’s get people asking. Because dietitian jobs are as varied and diverse as any in the medical field. We can help the public - and employers - know just how specialized and highly trained we are.