Kendal is a clinical Dietitian and the Diabetes Prevention Program Coordinator at Norton Sound Health Corporation. As a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado in Nutrition and Dietetics, she then completed the Montana State University Dietetic Internship. Kendal began her career at Norton Sound Health Corporation as a clinical Dietitian and was quickly promoted to the Diabetes Prevention Program Coordinator in addition to her clinical duties. She has served as a preceptor to University of Alaska Dietetic interns as well as Montana State University, developing the Montana State University intern exchange with NSHC. She authored and implemented policies and procedures regarding nutrition supplements, inpatient nutrition assessments, nutrition referrals, outpatient billing and quality improvement for nutrition services. Kendal has authored and presented 15 webinars to include childhood nutrition, Alaskan Traditional foods, elder nutrition, and renal and oncology medical nutrition therapy.
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Graduated with BS of Nutrition and Dietetics, completed the ACEND accredited Didactic Program in Dietetics. Member of the Student Dietetic Association. Organized food and clothing drive for local women's shelter, soup kitchen, and weekly community meals. Project Manager of the organic Community Garden Plots for donation.
Presented multiple webinars including but not limited to; childhood nutrition, sports nutrition and renal medical nutrition therapy. Worked at 20 sites across Montana, clinical, community and food service rotations. Completed 1,315 hours of supervised practice, 28 week graduate course with 12 graduate credits. Completed a multitude of clinical, community and food service projects. Emphasis on sustainable food systems and rural health care. Specialized in renal and oncology medical nutrition therapy.
Registered Dietitian - Alaska State Dietitian License - BLS - Basic Life SupportPALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Alaska Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
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