Genetic Metabolic Dietitians International

Information and Benefits

GMDI Membership provides opportunities to improve your knowledge and clinical practice in metabolic nutrition and to network with others who work in this highly specialized field.

Continuing Education Opportunities

An educational conference is held every other year. The next GMDI conference will be held April 24-26, 2014

Activities

  • E-Newsletter, GMDI Connections
  • MetabolicPro Nutrition Analysis Software
  • Nutrition Guideline Development
  • Member contact information
  • Legislative updates
  • Table of the Nutrient Composition of Medical Foods
  • Salary Survey
  • Tools and materials for use in clinical practice

Committee Participation

See individual committee pages for specific goals and activities

Goals of GMDI:

  • Sustain an active and visionary organization that meets the goals of our members
  • Promote individual, professional, and organizational growth and recognition in the field of genetic metabolism and nutrition
  • Optimize the organizational structure to strengthen leadership, processes, and technology
  • Maximize opportunities to expand understanding and knowledge in the field of genetic metabolic nutrition
  • Ensure financial stability and growth to support our mission and vision

Join GMDI / Renew Membership

The GMDI membership year begins on January 1st and ends on December 31st of the current year. GMDI accepts payment by credit card or check. Memberships are non-refundable and non-transferable. Join now.

Member Categories

Full membership: Dietitians who maintain professionally recognized certification from their country of residence (e.g., Registered Dietitian in the US) and who work with and provide nutritional management to patients who have genetic metabolic disorders.

Emeritus membership: Full member who is retired and has been a member in good standing of GMDI.

Associate membership: Non-RD health care professionals whose interests focus on the nutritional management of patients with genetic metabolic disorders.

Student membership: Students enrolled in accredited training programs who are interested in nutritional management of genetic metabolic disorders.

International Membership (Advanced Economies): Dietitians from countries outside the U. S. with advanced economies who maintain professionally recognized certification from their country of residence and who work with and provide nutritional management to patients who have genetic metabolic disorders.

International Membership (Emerging and Developing Economies): Dietitians from countries outside the U.S. with emerging or developing economies who maintain professionally recognized certification from their country of residence and who work with and provide nutritional management to patients who have genetic metabolic disorders.

Membership dues are as follows:

Standing Dues

A late fee of $25.00 will be added to all membership dues after March 13, 2014.

Please e-mail Carol Williams at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it regarding your country’s status