CDR's office building is currently experiencing an electrical service interrruption. Electrical service will be restored on Monday, May 29th at 6:00 AM CT.

During this timeframe you will not be able to access your Step 3: Learning Plan, or your Step 4: Activity Log.

Special Notice for practitioners scheduled to recertify May 31, 2017: If you have not yet done so, remember that your Step 3: Learning Plan for the cycle ending 2017 must be submitted to CDR on or before May 31st. Do not delay submitting your Learning Plan. Although all learning activities must be completed on or before May 31, 2017, your Step 4: Activity Log can be submitted by June 30, 2017 at the latest.

CDR Offers Five Topics Available Free from the ADA Evidence Analysis Library

The Commission on Dietetic Registration is now offering access to five topics (Adult Weight Management, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Heart Disease, Hypertension, Unintended Weight Loss) in the Academy's Evidence Analysis Library free to Academy non-members.

The Academy's Evidence Analysis Library® is a synthesis of the best, most relevant nutritional research on important dietetics practice questions in an accessible, online, user-friendly library.

Utilizing Evidence-Based Practice (EBP):

  • enhances credibility with other healthcare team members.
  • will help you be more effective and efficient in your practice.

To view these topics, you need simply to click the link appearing below which will take you to the CDR Online Business Center. Once you have logged in using your registration number and password, you will find a link on the left hand side of the screen, reading Evidence Analysis Library.

Sign in Here to Access the Library's CDR-Sponsored Topics.

(If you are an Academy member please click here to have full access to all of the Evidence Analysis Library topics.)


For a brief overview of the steps in Academy's Evidence Analysis process, click here. For a detailed, step-by-step description of Academy's Evidence Analysis process, see the online version of our Evidence Analysis Man

Contact the Academy

Contact us to provide feedback or to suggest a topic you would like to see added to the EAL®