Happy Registered Dietitian Day

Some of my favorite people are RDs. I’ve been blessed to team teach with many inspiring, kind, knowledgeable and dynamic dietitians over a span of more than 20 years. They are trailblazers and advocates for improving the health of our communities, in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. They have the best teaching tools (who doesn’t love the rubber chicken, food samples and empty cereal boxes) and a breadth of knowledge that they freely share with patients and colleagues alike.

Dana Armstrong, RD, CDE (pictured far left) is a leader and an innovator in the field of diabetes, nutrition, and technology. Dana is a nationally recognized speaker, consultant, and the Medical Clinic Director of the Diabetes Center/Salinas Valley Medical Clinic.

I love that Dana pushes boundaries, questions the status quo and is a fierce advocate for people living with diabetes. We love you Dana and appreciate the decades of dedication and service you have contributed to our community.

Meet Dana in person at our Diabetes Educator Course next Month. Dana teaches the Insulin Pump Workshop.
Get the latest information on insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring from an expert.  This workshop will answer your questions and provide valuable insights.

Learn more about the Diabetes Educator Course – Sacramento, CA

Six ways you can thank your Registered Dietitian:

  1. Send a note letting them know the ways you appreciate them
  2. Bring them a treat
  3. Give them a hug and thank them for their good work
  4. Let providers know how much they contribute to improving the health of people
  5. Invite them to lunch
  6. Bring them flowers

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