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SERC/GMDI announces Nutrition Management Guidelines for MSUD
Management Guidelines cover the evaluation, assessment, and management of patients known to have a particular condition. SERC and GDMI partnered to develop nutrition management guidelines based on our rigorous DNDF methodology. The creation of the nutrition management guidelines has been a multi-year project to develop evidence and consensus based guidelines of inborn errors of metabolism (IEM).   This is the first publicly available MSUD guideline to all metabolic dietitians, physicians and other clinicians. The portal utilizes a tool for development of guidelines of genetic metabolic disorders for which there is little published scientific evidence. The practice recommendations are an effort to increase standardization of care and enable outcomes studies within and across centers. When warranted by developments in MSUD research and clinical practice, these guidelines will be updated periodically and will be maintained through a Dynamic process.

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2013-04-22 by Lokie Harmond MPH
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2013-07-02 by Adrya Stembridge
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February 2017

Job Posting - Registered Dietitian at The Greenwood Genetic Center

Registered Dietitian - Columbia, South Carolina

The Greenwood Genetic Center has an immediate opening for a fulltime Registered Dietitian.  The position will be located in our Columbia Clinic office.

The primary responsibilities of the Registered Dietitian include developing and monitoring medical nutrition therapy plans for patients with metabolic disorders in the midlands of South Carolina, and providing back up nutrition care for metabolic patients in other areas of the state.  Additional duties may include providing nutritional support for research or special projects.  The candidate will work closely with the GGC metabolic team which includes two board certified clinical biochemical geneticists, three registered dietitians, two clinical psychologists, a genetic counselor, two metabolic clinic coordinators and a biochemical laboratory.

The ideal candidate for this position must have a Bachelor's degree in human nutrition, food and human nutrition or food science/human nutrition, successfully completed an Internship in Dietetics by ADA approved facility, and at least 5 years experience in pediatric clinical nutrition; however, a Master's degree in public health nutrition, community nutrition, human nutrition, food science/human nutrition, or a related field and at least 2 years experience in pediatric clinical/metabolic nutrition is preferred.  Candidate must be a registered dietitian with the Commission on Dietetic Registration.  The candidate should also be willing to travel within the state of South Carolina.  Applications consisting of a CV and accompanying cover letter detailing work experience and professional interests should be sent to:

Neena L. Champaigne, MD
Greenwood Genetic Center
106 Gregor Mendel Circle
Greenwood, SC  29646
Telephone: (864) 388-1065
Email: neena@ggc.org


The Greenwood Genetic Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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