Benefits of Fellowship
Benefits to the Public

Fellows of the Association (FAfN) must have been registered with the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists (UKVRN) as an RNutr for a minimum of 5 continuous years. Fellows must continue to maintain their UKVRN registration and will still be subject to the AfN’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. UKVRN registration protects the public by recognising and encouraging high standards of professional training in nutrition and by dealing with formal complaints about the conduct and competency of registrants.

Benefits of Fellowship

Registered Nutritionists who are Fellows of the Association may use the designation FAfN, in addition to their RNutr post-nominal i.e. Jane Smith RNutr FAfN. Fellowship provides peer-reviewed recognition of an individual's significant and sustained contribution to the advancement of nutrition practice, research or education at a national or international level. Fellows will be listed on the public section of the AfN website, with a short biography and a link to their own website and email address if requested. Each Fellow on election will receive a Fellowship Certificate, awarded by the AfN President.  

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