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DTDonald Trump
DTDefensive Tackle (football)
DTDowntown
DTDifference in Time
DTDesktop
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DTDistrito Federal (Federal District of Brazil)
DTDelay Time
DTDrug Therapy
DTDesign Technology
DTDeep Throat
DTDetroit Tigers
DTDorchester (postcode, United Kingdom)
DTDivision of Training
DTDetoxification
DTDriver Training
DTDowntime
DTDouble Team (gaming)
DTDouble Trouble
DTDiamond Tiara (My Little Pony)
DTDream Theater (band)
DTDigital Thermometer (various companies)
DTDouble Tap (weapons)
DTDeutsche Telekom
DTDavid Tennant (actor)
DTDocumentation and Training
DTDestructive Testing
DTData Terminal
DTDirt Track (Yamaha)
DTDew Point Temperature
DTDigital Television (used in TV callsign)
DTDolan Twins (clothing brand)
DTDirect TV
DTDynasty Tactics (video game)
DTDetention (school)
DTDinner Time
DTDouble Time (on overtime forms)
DTData Transmission
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DTDisplay Technology
DTDiphtheria-Tetanus (vaccination)
DTDrunk Tank
DTDark Tower (book series)
DTDual Tone
DTDuct Tape
DTDecision Tree
DTDouble-Throw (switch)
DTDial Tone
DTDeuterium-Tritium
DTdog trainer
DTDragon Tales (TV show)
DTDaemon Tools
DTDance Team
DTDirect Transmission
DTDouble Top (trading Markets; stocks, bonds, commodities)
DTDrive-Through
DTDeuteronomy (book of the Bible)
DTDevil Trigger (gaming, Devil May Cry)
DTDirector Técnico (soccer coach)
DTDead Time
DTDiscus Throw
DTDisruptive Technologies
DTDigital Terminal
DTDoing Time
DTDisplacement Transducer
DTDrive Tire
DTDistance Transform
DTDoubting Thomas
DTDifferential Transformer
DTDrunken Tiger (band)
DTDisplay Terminal
DTDouble Torsion
DTDetention Time
DTDelirium Tremens
DTDelaunay Triangulation
DTDevelopment Type
DTDetection Time
DTDrug Tariff
DTDecay Time
DTDifference Threshold
DTDark Tranquillity (band)
DTDomain Theory
DTDouble Transfer (philately)
DTDietetic Technician
DTDistribution Terminal
DTDirectional Transmission
DTDrive Tube
DTDwell Time
DTDragon Tails (webcomic)
DTDark Templar (Starcraft gaming organization)
DTDarktide (gaming, Asheron's Call)
DTDevelopmental Training
DTDevelopmental Therapist (various organizations)
DTDetection Threshold
DTData Track
DTDay Tripper (Beatles song)
DTDouble Tagging (LAN Switching)
DTDark Tournament (Yu Yu Hakusho, gaming)
DTDeath Trap (gaming)
DTDisplaced Threshold
DTDunk Tank
DTDeep Trench (bipolar junction transistors)
DTDavid Tao (Chinese singer)
DTDynamic Tracking
DTDark Throne
DTDragontown (music album)
DTDucktales (cartoon)
DTDemonstration Test
DTDiagnosis Tree
DTDesign Transfer
DTDecision Technology (choices)
DTDialog Telekom PLC (Sri Lanka)
DTTAAG - Linhas Aereas de Angola (IATA airline code)
DTDecreasing Term (insurance)
DTDrag Turn (marching band)
DTDr. Thunder (band)
DTDeath Touch (gaming clan)
DTDynamic Targeting
DTDelivery Ticket
DTdethermalizer
DTDetailed Tasks
DTDeduction Theorem
DTDeclaration of Taking (property)
DTDesign Tolerance
DTDeseret Towers (BYU student housing)
DTDemonic Tutor (gaming, Magic the Gathering)
DTDraco Trilogy (fanfiction)
DTDynamic Tear/Test
DTDick Togs
DTDoctor Theologiae (Latin: Doctor of Divinity, Codices and Manuscripts)
DTDangerous Truths (fanfiction, novel by Anne Walsh)
DTDesign Trainee
DTDark Tavern (web forum)
DTDeletion Threshold
DTDedham Times (Dedham, Massachusetts)
DTDirectly Tunable
DTDeployment Transaction
DTDevelopment Test/ing
DTDevelopment/al Test/ing
DTDegrees Twaddle (measurement of brine density)
DTDecision-Related Tracker
DTDharga Town (Sri Lanka)
DTDisability Taskforce (Australian Computer Society)
DTDedit Testamento (Latin: He/She Left Through Will, epigraphy)
DTDay/Daytime Television
DT(USN Rating) Dental Technician
DTDynamic Truths (band)
DTDirectorate for MASINT(Measurement and Signature Intelligence) and Technical Collection (US DoD; Defense Intelligence Agency)
DTDharma Tech (Salt Lake City, UT)
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Dietetic technicians work with dietitians to plan meals, teach people about food and nutrition, help patients who have special diets, manage food service operations, and more.
To become a registered dietetic technician (DTR), a student must complete at least a two-year associate degree.
The second option is to become a dietetic technician, registered (DTR), and requires an associate's degree, 450 supervised hours of practice experience, and a passing score on the exam administered by the CDR.
A survey of dietitians and dietetic technicians in the United States revealed the following as factors that contribute to the underrepresentation of men and minorities in the dietetic profession: low salary, difficulty in obtaining internship, cost of training, and the perception that dietetics is a profession suited for women [13].
With its chapter objectives, reference appendices, review questions, and answers, the book can provide 48 continuing education credits for registered dieticians and dietetic technicians; forms and directions for gaining continuing education credits are included in a tear-out page at the end of the book.
Registered dietitians and dietetic technicians, registered, are critical members of health care teams and are essential to delivering nutrition-focused preventive services in clinical and community settings, advocating for policy and programmatic initiatives and leading research in disease prevention and health promotion.
For dietitians, dietetic technicians, nutritionists, pediatricians, nurses, and students, Samour (nutrition services and dietetic internship program, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center) and King, a private practitioner, offer a textbook of 21 chapters by dietitians, nutritionists, and pediatricians on nutrition guidelines for children from preconception through adolescence, including assessment, normal growth, food hypersensitivities, weight management, genetic screening and nutrition management, inborn errors, developmental disabilities, enteral nutrition, acute medical conditions, cardiac and pulmonary issues, and other diseases.
It will be published six rimes a month for an initial circulation of 11,000 primary caregivers who treat patients in pediatric nutrition, including registered dieticians, dietetic technicians and select members of the American Dietetic Association.
It is written to meet the educational needs of nursing students, dietetic assistants, dietetic technicians and others.
But few pay as much attention to food and nutrition as dietetic technicians do.
More than 60 percent of dietetic technicians earn between $20,000 and $30,000 per year.