Thursday, June 5th, 2014
CSG Exam Review Course
Taught By: Phyllis Famularo, DCN, RD, CSG, LDN
Have you considered becoming Board Certified as a Specialist in Gerontological Nutrition (CSG)?
The specialty certification through CDR is a great way to highlight your expertise and experience working with older adults. Passing the exam also provides 75 CEU credits! For more information on exam requirements, visit www.cdrnet.org. DHCC-NJ is hosting a exam review course to help you take and pass the CSG exam.
The content of the review course will be based on the examination nutrition content outline provided on www.cdrnet.org. Topics will include nutrition screening, nutrition data gathering and synthesis, nutrition diagnosis, nutrition care plan, nutrition counseling and education, nutrition monitoring and evaluation, food service operations and professional practice. Sample exam questions will be reviewed.
The exam review course will be taught by Phyllis Famularo, DCN, RD, CSG, LDN. She has been a Board Certified Specialist in Gerontological Nutrition for the past 7 years and has over 25 years of experience in providing nutrition care for older adults. She is a post-graduate clinician and serves as an adjunct Associate Professor at Rutgers University teaching graduate courses in nutrition including Nutrition for the Older Adult.
The Board Certified as a Specialist in Gerontological Nutrition (CSG) exam is available to take during testing periods twice a year. The upcoming examination period is: July 7-25th, 2014. Each person sets up their own exam date and location. Information about this is provided once you register for the exam.
For more details on the exam and to register for it, visit: http://cdrnet.org/certifications/board-certification-as-a-specialist-in-gerontological-nutrition
REGISTRATION IS LIMITED TO 20, SO DON'T WAIT TO REGISTER!
Registration for the review course is due by May 5th.
Click here to download the review course brochure.