Clinical Nutrition Association of New Zealand
- The Clinical Nutrition Association (CNA) offers professional registration to qualified Clinical Nutritionists throughout New Zealand.
- We also act as a point of contact and referral for other health professionals, media and the public.
- Here you can find a Registered Clinical Nutritionist and learn more about what to expect when you book a nutrition consultation with one of our members.
- A Registered Clinical Nutritionist holds a nutrition qualification that includes clinical training which has been accredited by the CNA. They work in private practice and/or in a corporate setting providing evidence-based holistic nutrition, personalised health assessment and lifestyle interventions to support health, wellbeing and performance. Undergoing clinical training is the key difference between a Registered Clinical Nutritionist and a Nutritionist. This clinical training includes health history assessment, consultation skills, clinical examination, nutritional assessment, appropriate functional and diagnostic testing, developing health plans and a minimum of 300 hours clinical practice.
Become a Member
If you wish to be involved and updated on our news, activities and special events, please join us.
The Clinical Nutrition Association offers student and practitioner memberships. Association members receive a wide range of benefits which can include: discounted CNA event registration, use of the accredited CNA logo, continued education, a directory listing, mentoring support and access to our Facebook page.
News & Events
CNA Annual General Meeting 2021 - Functional Mycology with Cliff Harvey PhD
Tuesday 22nd June 2021 at 7.30pm, Online via Zoom.