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Tips for CPD learning goals

Sometimes we need some inspiration to help us create our learning goals for the year.

We’re sharing some of the learning goals used by colleagues for their Dietitians Australia CPD*. They may help you reflect on your own practice, give you an idea, or clarify your own goals.

Education in Nutrition has hundreds of hours of professional development waiting to help you meet your learning goals and 30 CPD hours.

The general private practice dietitian:

  • To further develop my skills in the area of eg. gastroenterology, management of type 2 diabetes
  • To maintain and enhance current knowledge in general nutrition issues
  • To enhance my reflective practice by undertaking supervision

The recent graduate dietitian:

  • To develop the knowledge and skills to begin in private practice
  • To establish skills in developing nutrition resources for patients
  • To enhance skills in motivational interviewing
  • To develop skills working independently and appropriately seeking support when needed

The research dietitian:

  • To further develop my skills in writing for research publications
  • To enhance skills in writing for a general audience

The hospital dietitian:

  • To develop skills in a particular area of dietetics eg. Parenteral nutrition
  • To enhance my leadership skills by taking up a role with a DA IG
  • To develop skills in quality improvement

The specialist dietitian:

  • To keep abreast of recent developments and research in the area of diabetes by attending lectures, webinars and reading journals
  • To increase my knowledge of diabetes distress and burnout
  • To enhance my knowledge of supplementation guidelines for bariatric surgery

The community health dietitian:

  • To enhance my knowledge and skills in eating disorders
  • To extend my skills in approaching weight management clients
  • To develop my supervision skills

*Dietitians Australia list the following criteria for learning goals:

  • learning goals are clearly expressed
  • they are goals, not activities
  • goals are relevant to your dietetic practice
  • there is a minimum of two and maximum of five learning goals