Volume 1, Issue 2 (2023)

In this issue, two articles explore graduate student involvement in research, which is an important topic as the profession begins to move to graduate-prepared entry practice. Competence in research is a critical skill to continue to build evidence-based practice and demonstrate the impact of didactic and experiential learning.

This issue also explores student perceptions of flipped classroom learning, changes in attitudes after online interprofessional education (IPE), and the effectiveness of simulation on clinical competence, all of which begin to build a body of evidence around effective teaching practices that lead to competence in practice and as an interprofessional team member.

Front Matter


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

Original Research


A Cross‐Sectional Survey of Research Involvement and Interest among Graduate Dietetics Students
Courtney Wedemire, Rebecca Brody, Joachim Sackey, and Laura Byham-Gray

Research Briefs


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
Kevin Haubrick, University of Houston
Amy Kweller, University of Texas at Austin
Christine Meissner, St. Elizabeth University
Lauren Roberson, Murray State University
Leann Schaeffer, University of Akron
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, Morrison Healthcare