Revised and updated with the latest epidemiologic research, the Second Edition of Life Cycle Nutrition: An Evidence-Based Approach explores nutritional foundations and the growth, development and normal functioning of individuals through each stage of life. With subjects as diverse as media influences on eating, skipping breakfast, fruit juice consumption, and clinical nutrition, this text gives students current knowledge, helps them evaluate emerging knowledge, and prepares them to uncover new knowledge for the public, their clients, and themselves. Key Features: Evidence-Based Practice sections contains research articles that provide students with an opportunity to create peer-reviewed studies and clinical trials. Cultural Diversity Sidebars, integrated throughout the text, present issues that challenge students to think critically about the nutritional and health differences among ethnic groups. Interesting Vignettes, based on nutrition and health, enhance student understanding of the material presented. Issues to Debate sections provides timely topics for debate and further consideration such as withholding and withdrawing nutrition, the ethical implications of nutrition care, and right to die case law. Students will learn the physiological, moral, ethical, and legal issues surrounding these emotionally charged issues. Case Studies and Nutritional Management help students develop knowledge and skills within a wide variety of subjects and improve critical thinking, public speaking, and group interactions.As a result of this charge, CMS has established a 2-year national demonstration project in California, Florida, Massachusetts ... A final rule is expected sometime in 2013, depending on funding. ... Quality management also is part of the nursing home survey process. State and federal regulators use facility data from the MDS to monitor various quality indicators. ... services is the quality measure aPercent of Long-Stay Residents Who Lose Too Much Weighta (MDS 3.0 QM Users Manual).
|Title||:||Life Cycle Nutrition|
|Author||:||Sari Edelstein, Susan Bacorn Bastable, Associate Professor Nutrition and Dietetics Department Simmons College Sari Edelstein, Senior Lecturer Simmons College Judith Sharlin|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2014-02-25|