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  • A Systems Approach to Measuring Productivity in Health Care Foodservice Operations

    This paper provides background on the theory and history, which underlies the study of productivity, and suggests outcome measures to monitor productivity, methods of record keeping and reporting productivity.
    • SKU: PPSA2005
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  • Addressing Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities

    An in-depth look at the recommendations put forth by the IOM is provided in this paper, offering discipline-specific recommendations consistent with those outlined in the IOM model.
    • SKU: PPHD2011
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  • Communicating Accurate Food and Nutrition Information

    Consumers are increasingly interested in food and nutrition information, and the channels for receiving information are expanding at a fast pace. New opportunities are available for registered dietitians (RDs) to reach diverse audiences with credible nutrition messages.
    • SKU: PPCNI2012
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  • Critical Thinking Skills in Nutrition Assessment and Diagnosis

    This practice paper provides insight into the process by which critical thinking skills are utilized by both registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) and dietetic technicians, registerd (DTRs).
    • SKU: PPCTNA2013
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  • Home Care - Opportunities for Food and Nutrition Professionals

    Home care continues to expand. Given this growth, this paper provides opportunities for registered dietitians to demonstrate the vital role that they play not only in providing optimal nutrition care, but also in contributing to each patient's quality of life.
    • SKU: PPHC2009
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  • Individualized Nutrition Approaches for Older Adults in Health Care Communities

    The expansion of health care communities creates a multitude of options for RDs and dietetic technicians, registered, to promote the role of good food and nutrition in the overall quality of life for the older adults they serve.
    • SKU: PPINA2010
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  • Nutrient Density - Meeting Nutrient Goals within Calorie Needs

    This paper summarizes the current understanding of nutrient density and it identifies issues related to the development of a more precise definition of nutrient dense foods.
    • SKU: PPND2007
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  • Nutrition and Women's Health

    This practice paper provides a synopsis of current dietary recommendations for CVD, osteoporosis, and breast cancer in women. Registered dietitians (RDs) and dietetic technicians, registered play important important roles in risk reduction for these diagnoses and RDs are uniquely qualified to provide medical nutrition therapy.
    • SKU: PPNWH2013
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  • Nutrition Informatics

    In today’s world, practice takes place in a wide variety of settings from corporate wellness to the intensive care unit. All settings require that dietetics practitioners have immediate access to accurate information. The term informatics describes the science of managing, storing and communicating information.
    • SKU: PPNI2012
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  • Nutrition Intervention in the Treatment of Eating Disorders

    Concrete ideas are provided regarding the role of the RD working with people diagnosed with eating disorders (EDs). It includes updates on current research and controversies within the eating disorders field, informing RDs about their role with this unique population.
    • SKU: PPED2011
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  • Promoting Ecological Sustainability within the Food System

    Registered dietitians (RDs) and dietetic technicians, registered (DTRs) can implement environmentally responsible practices in their workplace and personal lives. It is essential that the dietetics community take a more active leadership role in support of ecological sustainability and social responsibility.
    • SKU: PPES2013
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  • The Role of Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention

    Optimal nutrition throughout all phases of life, especially for the population groups that are at risk for health disparities, must be the primary focus of health promotion and disease prevention efforts of RDs/DTRs.
    • SKU: PPHPDP2013
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  • Using the Dietary Reference Intakes

    The Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI), a set of nutrient reference standards developed for the United States and Canada by the Institute of Medicine, provide tools for dietary assessment and planning for individuals and groups. This paper offers practical guidelines for appropriate application of the DRIs, and to better recognize both the benefits and challenges associated with their use.
    • SKU: PPDRI2011
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