I would love to connect with any other NPs or get any suggestions anyone may have on specializing in the field of nutrition. I worked as a primary care provider for many years until I pretty much burned out, and have realized that my interests have always been more concentrated on prevention than managing chronic diseases in 15 minute office visits (which is most of primary care in my experience). I have a strong interest in plant-based nutrition, and would love to focus my career on providing health education to clients on this topic. I have searched high and low, and have been unsuccessful in finding any programs for licensed APRNs or other medical providers to get some credentials in plant-based nutrition. There is the eCornell T. Colin Campbell program, though I believe this course is open to anyone and I'm not sure if it would allow me to create the role I am thinking of (though if someone has experience with this program I would love to hear from you!). I am the primary breadwinner in my family, so I do not have the option of going back to school full-time to become a registered dietitian given how vigorous the program requirements are. The role I am imagining for myself is one in which I obtain clients motivated to improve or reverse chronic disease through diet and lifestyle modification, but I would rather work in conjunction with their PCPs than be the PCP myself. Any ideas or recommendations would be most appreciated!