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Clinical Dietitian


Clinical dietitians are Registered Dietitians who specialize in work in healthcare settings. The primary role of a clinical dietitian is to design nutrition programs to improve or maintain the health of patients. A clinical dietitian is often at the center of the interactions between doctor, patient, and the staff of the facility in which care is administered. Clinical dietitians provide patient contact, counseling, and education to ensure patients’ needs are met.

What does a Clinical dietitian do?

  • Assess patients’ nutritional and health needs.
  • Counsel patients on nutrition issues and healthy eating habits.
  • Develop meal and nutrition plans, taking patients’ preferences and budgets into account.
  • Promote better health by speaking to groups about diet, nutrition, and the relationship between good eating habits and preventing or managing diseases.
  • Create educational materials about healthy food choices
  • Document patients’ progress

What Is The Urinary Tract?

The kidneys, ureters, and bladder, are the key components of the urinary tract. Urinary tract is your body’s drainage system for removing urine. Urine is a combination of wastes and water. In order for urination to occur normally and without any complications, all body parts in the urinary tract need to work together.