Carrie King, PhD, RD, CDE, LD
University of Alaska Anchorage
Carrie King is a Professor of Dietetics and Nutrition, Dietetic Internship and Future Graduate Program Director at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Dr. Kings research interests are equipping current and future health care professionals to increase their research involvement, beginning with applying an evidence-based approach to practice, and translational research on culinary literacy. In addition to teaching research methods in the UAA graduate program, DPD and an undergraduate program focused on increasing underrepresented minorities in biomedical careers, Dr. King mentors graduate and undergraduate students in their original research studies.
Dr. King has investigated the research self-efficacy of RDN clinicians as an outcome of continuing professional education in evidence-based practice and the research outcome constructs (research self-efficacy, research outcome expectations, research interest and research involvement) of dietetics students. Dr. Kings research goals include identifying successful ways to facilitate greater research involvement for RDN clinicians.
- Research and Evidence-Based Practice: Divide and Conquer or Combine for Success?
Sunday, October 17
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM