Networking is about building long-term relationships.  Meeting people that can help you grow as a professional, and whom you can potentially help in return.  Active networking is vital to career growth.  Networking can be an excellent source of new perspectives and ideas to help you in your current and future roles.  Exchanging information on challenges, experiences and accomplishments is a key benefit of networking because it allows you and others to gain new insights.Having a voice and being visible is another benefit of networking that’s essential in career building.  Getting others to “know your face”...or in this case “your name” will allow you to build your reputation as a knowledgeable, reliable dietitian.

Expanding contacts through networking will open doors to new opportunities for your career advancement, personal growth, or simply expanding your knowledge base.  So, join your colleagues by networking on the main discussion board and by sharing ideas with others practicing in similar areas.

In addition to the forum, DNS DPG offers a variety of other member networking opportunties, including events at FNCE and ASPEN Clinical Nutrition Week.  To connect with members in specific practice areas, check out our various network pages.  Information specific to gastrointestinal, home care, critical care, research, pediatrics/neonatal, students and transplant nutrition is available as a free member benefit. 


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