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Nutrition Care of the Older Adult
Whether residing at home, in assisted living, or in a nursing facility, older adults have unique nutrition needs. Like the previous edition, this hands-on reference encompasses the total perspective on person-driven nutrition care of older adults, from nutrition and disease states to regulatory compliance in health care settings. Among the many timely updates addressed in this edition are strategies for implementing the updated Nutrition Care Process; understanding and developing systems to implement quality assurance and performance improvement (QAPI); and addressing changes in Medicare and health-care reform resulting from the Affordable Care Act. A new section on emergency preparedness is an important addition that reinforces the need for practitioners to develop a plan for maintaining care during an emergency or disaster. This is also available as an e-book. To order, go to
#5006 Pocket Resource for Nutrition Assessment 2017
Spiral-bound; Every section updated and for the first time, included many web links and new references to further enhance the use of this tool. We have included the following new sections:  Each section of the PRNA was scrutinized for current research and validated to current literature and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Evidence Analysis Library (EAL).  PES statements in each chapter  CPEs available—DHCC members take quiz online at; non-members email for quiz  This Edition includes: CPEUs Bariatric Nutrition Estimating Nutrient Needs (as a stand-alone chapter) Neurological Disorders Nutrition Support Palliative Care Regulatory Updates Skin Integrity Chapters have been organized by topics. Several chapters from previous editions have been combined in this edition. Data in each area was expanded and updated. There are Nutrition Diagnosis PES statements for medical conditions included in these chapters.