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Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD)Dietetics and Applied Nutrition ProgramDPD Handbook2019-20Johnson & Wales University – Providence CampusCollege of Health & WellnessDepartment of Nutrition and Dietetics265 Shipyard StreetProvidence, RI 02905Todd Seyfarth, MS, RDDepartment ChairpersonDidactic Program in Dietetics Directore-mail: todd.seyfarth@jwu.eduphone: 401-598-2589https://www.jwu.edu/

TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction .3Accreditation and Affiliations.3Program Philosophy .4Johnson & Wales University Mission and Guiding Principles .5University Outcomes .6Dietetics and Applied Nutrition Mission Statement and Program Goals.6The Dietetics and Applied Nutrition Program and DPD Handbook .7Career Opportunities .8Admission into the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition Program .9Transferring into the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition Program .9Selection into the Program and Advisor Assignment . 10Program Expenses. 10Steps to Becoming a Registered Dietitian (RD) . 11Registered Dietitian (RD) vs Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) . 11Application Procedure for Dietetic Internships . 12Nutrition and Dietetic Technician Registration (NDTR) Pathway . 13Graduate School Opportunities . 14Nutrition and Dietetics Faculty. 16Providence Campus Student Handbook . 17Filing and Handling of Complaints Related to the Didactic Program in Dietetics . 17Assessment of Prior Learning and Credit toward Program Requirements. 20Formal Assessment of Student Learning . 20DPD Retention and Remediation Procedures . 21Disciplinary/Termination Procedures . 21Graduation and/or DPD Completion Requirements . 21Amendments. 22Appendix A – Verification Statement Process and Policy Agreement Form. 23Appendix B – How to request a Verification Statement Form. 24Appendix C - How to register for the NDTR. 25Appendix D - How to Register for the Certified Dietary Manager, Certified Food Protection Professional262 P a geJWU DPD Handbook

IntroductionWelcome to the Johnson & Wales University Dietetics and Applied Nutrition program! Thisprogram combines cutting edge dietetics education with the reputation of Johnson & WalesUniversity’s world class culinary education. It is designed for students seeking to applyculinary arts skills to their nutrition practice. In recent years, the health care system hasincluded more health maintenance activities in addition to the therapeutic treatments.Individuals have also become more interested in lifestyle practices that promote optimal health.The Dietetics and Applied Nutrition (D&AN) program at Johnson & Wales develops studentswho are prepared to use their culinary and scientific knowledge to improve health and humanperformance.The Dietetics and Applied Nutrition program is housed within the College of Health &Wellness. The Dietetics and Applied Nutrition program is taught by registered dietitians,scientists, liberal arts faculty and highly trained, master’s prepared professional chefs. Thiscohesive group of educators facilitates student learning of the skills and knowledge required toapply for a dietetic internship, master’s program or both.Program graduates, who become registered dietitians, can work in a clinical setting, an athleticperformance capacity, in a public health agency or in their own culinary nutrition practice, forexample.Accreditation and AffiliationsJohnson & Wales University (JWU) is accredited by the New England Commission of HigherEducation (NECHE). This accreditation encompasses the university’s four campuses inProvidence, Rhode Island; North Miami, Florida; Denver, Colorado; and Charlotte, NorthCarolina, and its online programs.The Providence Campus Didactic Program in Dietetics has been granted accreditation by theAccreditation Council of Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy ofNutrition and Dietetics, 120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2190, Chicago, IL 60606-6995, (800)877-1600 (x 5400), website https://www.eatrightpro.org/acend. The Didactic Program inDietetics (DPD) meets the 2017 Accreditation Standards of ACEND.-Program outcomes data are available on request.3 PageJWU DPD Handbook

Program PhilosophyThe goal of the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition degree program is to incorporate the College ofCulinary Arts outcomes of technical and cognitive skills to develop a self-reliant professionalwho is able to: the delivery of quality nutrition services to diverse populationsImplement the Nutrition Care Process within the interprofessional framework of healthcareIncorporate present day nutrition theory into classical, conventional, ethnic and plantbased cuisinesAssure that food service operations meet the safety, food and nutrition needs of clientsParticipate in activities that promote nutrition and the profession of dieteticsDietetics and Applied Nutrition students also benefit from health care and industry alliancesJohnson & Wales has established, which lead to undergraduate internships. In addition,students can take advantage of the resources offered by our Experiential Education and CareerServices Office. Dietetics and Applied Nutrition students will have the opportunity toparticipate in an experiential education experience. Johnson & Wales has been a leader inoffering these experiential learning opportunities.In 2012, Tulane University Medical School and The Culinary Nutrition program at Johnson &Wales entered into groundbreaking long-term collaboration that unites medical students andculinary nutrition students in improving the nation’s health through the teaching of culinarymedicine. For the first time, a medical school and a university with a leading culinary programhave implemented a fully integrated, comprehensive joint curriculum for doctors and medicalstudents to learn advanced culinary nutrition skills. The focus is on the significant health rolethat food choices and nutrition play in preventing and managing obesity and associateddiseases. Fourth year medical students from Tulane University Medical School work alongsideDietetics and Applied Nutrition students in culinary labs such as Vegetarian Cuisine and alsoparticipate in undergraduate courses such as Medical Nutrition Therapy and Advanced MedicalNutrition Therapy. Dietetics and Applied Nutrition students can participate in undergraduateinternships sponsored by Tulane Medical School.4 PageJWU DPD Handbook

Johnson & Wales University Mission and Guiding PrinciplesJohnson & Wales University an exceptional education that inspires professional success andlifelong personal and intellectual growth.In support of our mission and recognizing the importance of preserving our unique studentcentered culture, we will be guided by the following principles: Undertake continuous improvement and planning for a sustainable futureFoster an evidence-based teaching and learning environmentSupport faculty scholarship to advance our status as a teaching and learning institutionMaximize student potential by enriching our academic programs with experiential andwork-integrated learningValue our faculty and staffEmbrace diversity for a richly inclusive communityPractice ethical citizenship in all aspects of university lifeAct as a good steward of our resources to support the needs of our students, faculty andstaff5 PageJWU DPD Handbook

University OutcomesProfessional CompetencyGraduates will demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to succeed in their chosenprofession.Foundation for Lifelong LearningGraduates will demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary for lifelong learning, includingcompetence in communication, critical and creative thinking, quantitative and scientificreasoning, and the ability to evaluate, integrate, and apply knowledge from multipleperspectives when making decisions and solving problems.Global and Community CitizenshipGraduates will demonstrate the necessary skills, including an awareness of ethicalresponsibility and cultural and global diversity, to live and work collaboratively as contributingmembers of society.Dietetics and Applied Nutrition Mission Statement and Program GoalsThe mission of the DPD is to prepare entry-level Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) forsuccess by integrating culinary arts, nutritional science and dietetics. The DPD supports theinstitutional mission of Johnson & Wales University by providing an exceptional education thatfosters professional success as well as lifelong personal and intellectual growth.Program Goal 1:The DPD will prepare graduates for entry into dietetic internships through high-quality dieteticand culinary nutrition education.Program Objectives for Goal 1:1.1 At least 80% of program students complete the program/degree requirements within sixyears (150% of program length).1.2 70% of program graduates apply for admission to a supervised practice program prior toor within 12 months of graduation.1.3 60% of program graduates are admitted to a supervised practice program within 12months of graduation.1.4 The program’s one-year pass rate (graduates who pass the registration exam within oneyear of first attempt) on the CDR credentialing exam for dietitian nutritionists is at least80%.1.5 Over a three-year period, 95% of dietetic internship directors who return the survey, willrate the program graduates “satisfactorily prepared” or higher for the supervised practiceexperience.1.6 Over a three-year period, 90% of graduates who returned the survey one year aftercompleting the dietetic internship, will rate their preparation for supervised practice as“satisfactory” or higher.6 PageJWU DPD Handbook

Program Goal 2:The DPD will graduate uniquely qualified students who are well versed in the craft and skills ofculinary arts, who demonstrate the ability to pair those skills with the science of nutrition andintegrate them into the practice of dietetics.Program Objectives for Goal 2:2.1 Within five years of completing the program, 90% of surveyed graduates will report thatthey incorporate culinary arts into their practice.2.2 Within three years of earning their RD, 70% of surveyed, employed graduates will reportthat they hold a position of leadership in dietetics, academics, culinary or communitysettings.The Dietetics and Applied Nutrition Program and DPD HandbookBy attending Johnson & Wales, you have agreed to conform to the rules, codes and policies asoutlined in this publication, as well as in the catalog, all applicable student handbooks, and theResident Student Contract, including any amendments. You have demonstrated yourcommitment to developing and enhancing your professional as well as your personal life. Aspart of this commitment, you must demonstrate acceptance of your responsibilities as a memberof the university community. It is expected that you will conduct yourself in a professional andcourteous manner in and out of the classroom. Familiarize yourself, thoroughly, with thecontents of this handbook — ignorance of the rules will not excuse infractions.You are required to abide by all the rules, codes and policies established by the university,which apply to all students (including commuter students) and must be followed both withinand outside of university facilities and common areas.7 PageJWU DPD Handbook

Career OpportunitiesUpon completion of the Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics and Applied Nutrition,students are prepared for these professional practice areas: oooooooooooooRegistered Dietitian, upon completion of a post-graduate dietetic internship and successfulcompletion of the Examination for Registered DietitiansCommunity and Public Health SettingsCorporate WellnessFood Manufacturers, Business & IndustryHospitals or other Health-Care FacilitiesManagementMedia workPersonal ChefPrivate PracticeResearchRestaurantsSports NutritionSupermarket DietitianUniversities and Medical CentersoooooooFood Service ManagementCollege/University Food Service & CateringIndustrial/Business Food Service & CateringRestaurant/Hotel ManagementSchool/Food ServiceFood MicrobiologyPublic Relations and SalesSenior Living, Long Term Care or Assisted LivingooPersonal ChefCatering for Special Dietary NeedsCookbook WritingooooSpas and RestaurantsChefManagementMenu DevelopmentDemonstratorMiscellaneousDietetic Technician, Registered (DTR), after passing examHealth Club Nutrition SpecialistTeacher – Secondary School/Universityo WIC Nutritionistooo8 PageJWU DPD Handbook

INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTSAdmission into the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition ProgramThe purpose of the Johnson & Wales Dietetics and Applied Nutrition DPD is to prepare entrylevel Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) for success by integrating culinary arts, nutritionalscience and dietetics.Admission to the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition DPD is open to all qualified entering first-yearstudents. (For more information about admissions requirements please contact the Johnson &Wales University Admissions department at, 120 Harborside Boulevard, Cranston, RI 02905,pvd@admissions.jwu.edu , or 401-598-1000.)At the end of the second year of the program, students must qualify to continue in the DPD bymaintaining the following minimum requirements: Minimum GPA of 3.25 Achievement of a grade of "B" or better in the following classes:o SCI1050- Nutritiono BIO1011- General Biology Io BIO1015- General Biology I LaboratoryAll Johnson & Wales Dietetics and Applied Nutrition DPD students unable to meet the aboveminimum academic progression standards will be automatically transferred out of the Dieteticsand Applied Nutrition BS program, and into the Culinary Nutrition BS ml). Once the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition DPD student meets the above progressionstandards, they will thereupon be expected to abide by the general academic standing policies setforth in the Johnson & Wales University academic olicies/academicstanding/).For more information about these progression standards, please contact the DPD director.Transferring into the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition ProgramThe option to transfer into the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition DPD is open to all qualifyingstudents; however, due to requisite enrollment capacity constraints, all applying students will beobjectively ranked, and all available enrollment space will be filled by the top rankingcandidates. Students who qualify are not guaranteed a spot in the program. Students will beranked primarily based on academic performance, though professional experience andinvolvement in professional and student organizations may factor into the final decision.Students may submit their application to transfer into the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition DPD atany time after their first year at JWU, or after their first year at any other institution. Uponcompletion and submission of their application, an academic decision for transferring studentswill be made promptly, once academic standards have been met and verified by the programdirector and Nutrition & Dietetics faculty. In order to be considered for transfer acceptance9 PageJWU DPD Handbook

students must meet the following minimum standards. Minimum GPA of 3.25 at the point of transfer consideration. Achievement of a grade of "B" or better in the following classes:o SCI1050- Nutrition, DIET1010- Introduction to Nutrition, or an *approvedsubstitute academic nutrition courseo BIO1011- General Biology I, or an *approved substitute biology lecture courseo BIO1015- General Biology I Laboratory, or an *approved substitute biologylaboratory courseQualifying students will either be accepted or “waitlisted” based on available enrollment space.Waitlisted students will be eligible for any enrollment space that becomes available due towithdrawing or transferring Dietetics and Applied Nutrition students; however, the program maynot accept students above their approved enrollment capacity.*Students applying for transfer into the Dietetics and Applied Nutrition program frominstitutions other than Johnson & Wales University will be required to submit official academictranscripts, as well as syllabi for any specific nutrition or science coursework intended fortransfer credit, to the campus DPD director, to ensure that students meet all appropriateknowledge requirements for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists.Students applying for transfer from institutions other than Johnson & Wales University, withoutculinary experience or sufficient science and nutrition courses, must transfer into the CulinaryNutrition program and then begin the internal transfer proc

Dietetics and Applied Nutrition students in culinary labs such as Vegetarian Cuisine and also participate in undergraduate courses such as Medical Nutrition Therapy and Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy. Dietetics and Applied Nutrition students can participate in unde

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