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The CLS certification is now recognized by the American College of Cardiology as qualifying criteria to become an Associate of the American College of Cardiology (AACC), a distinguished designation honoring those with advanced training and education in the field of Cardiology.
Learn more about this certification and why RDNs should pursue it.
The CLS advanced certification program is open to licensed physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, registered dietitian/nutritionists, clinical exercise physiologists/specialists and other healthcare professionals who meet qualifying criteria.
The CLS is ideal for healthcare professionals in clinical or academic practice who are actively involved in patient management and seeking to demonstrate their expertise in Clinical Lipidology and commitment to continued professional development in lipid management.
To become credentialed, candidates must meet the following requirements:
Although rigorous, the requirements are designed to provide an avenue for advanced healthcare providers with demonstrated knowledge and experience in Lipidology to become certified as Clinical Lipid Specialists.