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Journal of Dietetic Education

The Journal of Dietetic Education is dedicated to providing an outlet for dissemination of rigorous studies and commentaries related to innovations and best practices in educating future and current dietitians. Articles considered for publication address current topics such as advances in technology in education; experiential learning; curriculum development; approaches for evaluating accreditation competencies and knowledge requirements; and innovations in diversity, equity, and inclusion in education. Articles address pedagogy across undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education. See Aims and Scope for more information.

Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2023)

Welcome to the Journal of Dietetic Education (JDE). As dietetic educators, we both engage in scholarly work in and out of the classroom and, as is common in academia, are always looking for opportunities/avenues for disseminating our work. Over time, we recognized the lack of academic journals specific to the education of nutrition/dietetic practitioners, while also noting that these education-specific publications were common across other health professions. Therefore, as a means to elevate the profession and practice, the intent of the journal is to provide dietetic educators an outlet to share pedagogical best practices, ideas, and resources and provide strategies for meeting accreditation standards.

Front Matter

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Table of Contents, Editors' Message, Editorial Board
Diana Cuy Castellanos and M. Elizabeth (Beth) Miller

Original Research

Research Brief

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Salary Negotiation among Dietetics Professionals: Lived Experiences and a Three-Pronged Approach to Advancing Negotiation Skills and Confidence
Leila M. Shinn, Suzi Hinck, Lisa Jones, Katie Goldberg, Adrien B. Paczosa, and Erin M. McKinley

Theory and Innovative Educational Practice

Editors

Diana Cuy Castellanos, University of Dayton
Beth Miller, Miami University

Editorial Board

Gina Bayless, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center/Sodexo Healthcare
Melissa Bernstein, Rosalind Franklin University
Jessica Bodzio, Marywood University
Kay Bruening, Syracuse University
Casey Colin, University of North Florida
Jennifer Dalton, University of Dayton
Anne Davis, Hood University
Michele "Shelly" DeBiasse, Boston University
Katie Eliot, University of Oklahoma
Amy Kweller, The University of Texas at Austin
Christine Meissner, St. Elizabeth University
Laura Robinson, Murray State University
Leann Schaeffer, University of Akron
Kim Schenck, Nutrition Consultant
Dana Scheunemann, Mount Mary University
Joanne Sullivan, West Chester University
Sara Tamsukhin, University of Cincinnati
Meredith Wagner, Concordia College
Allisha Weeden, Idaho State University
Sunitha Zechariah of Morrison Healthcare