Member Benefits

Member Benefits

  • Oncology Nutrition Connection: our quarterly, peer-reviewed publication which covers up-to-date oncology topics and offers continuing education credits.  Issues are distributed in electronic format for quick and easy access. Past issues are also available online under "member benefits" on the ON DPG website.
  • ON DPG's Website is a great resource for finding current DPG events, professional resources, and other benefits.  Our most popular section is called "Eat Right to Fight Cancer" which answers some of the most common questions asked by patients by our very own ON DPG members.
  • Electronic Mailing List (EML), is a great way to interact with over 800 colleagues.  It is often called the most valuable benefit of ON DPG. To join, send a blank email message to: on-dpglist-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
  • Oncology Nutrition Symposium admission is discounted for members. The symposium is held every two years in even years, and includes breakout and poster sessions as well as expert speakers on exciting current topics in oncology nutrition.
  • Networking opportunities, such as our member breakfast at FNCE and during our biannual Oncology Nutrition Symposium.
  • Volunteer opportunities -  get involved in special projects including our most exciting project, The Benchmarking Project with the Institute of Medicine.
  • Webinars on current oncology nutrition topics that provide continuing education. Check our store for past webinars to watch and earn CEUs.  Awards and Grants are available to members for outstanding work and to help fund continuing education to support professional growth.
  • Oncology Nutrition for Clinical Practice, published in October 2013, is the premier resource for the oncology dietitian. Be sure to check out our other resources available such our very popular The Complete Resource Kit for Oncology Nutrition.
  • BMT Sub-Group that connects BMT oncology dietitians together to share resources and network.
  • Pediatric Sub-Group that connects pediatric oncology dietitians together to share resources and network.
  • Mentorship Program provides support, guidance, and information to dietitians that are new to Oncology Nutrition, or to those who wish to increase their depth and breadth of knowledge, with the goal of improving the quality of patient care that is delivered.

Page Updated: June 2016