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Welcome to the new home of Dietitian Online

Welcome to my new blog site. I decluttered, repaired and then packed up and moved* the old site's contents to my new Squarespace home.  In my first official blog post here, I'd like to tell you about the site's features because they're my main reasons for moving.

  1. Pages - Now you will find my Journal, Archives, Practice Resources and Links on separate pages. Just click under Navigation. Each of these pages will be formatted to enhance quick info-finding.
  2. Power search - You can also look for items by entering a key term or phrase such as "stroke.", "sustainability", "practice guidelines", "Marion Nestle".  The search feature field is at the top right of the page.
  3. Writer-friendly -  I find posting easier and faster using Squarespace's tools.
  4. Artist-designed templates -- Now I can have an attractive site even though I'm not a designer. There is also some flexilibility with formatting so I'm going to tweak the font and spacing to achieve maximum readability. (Please let me know if you have trouble reading anything.)

That's it. I'd love to know what you think. I can change the name of this site to Dietitian-to-Dietitian or Dietitian Online. Or I can make it look like the old site by changing the design template. Or.....? I'm open to suggestions on how to better share information and build our community of practice.

(*I'm still editing, updating and moving old posts here and should be done by the end of November. It's taking a bit longer than I thought. You can read my early 2007 posts at Dietitian Online.)

Reader Comments (2)

Love your website! Thank you for taking the time to enhance the profession.

August 27, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJan Greenwood

Thank you for your support, Jan, and enhancing our professional practice by planning and coordinating the annual Current Topics series.

August 28, 2007 | Registered CommenterElaine

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