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Medical nutrition therapy simulations

by SeAnne Safaii-Waite

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Through a combination of simulated medical records and online decision-tree modules, Medical Nutrition Therapy Simulations guides students through clinical experiences that allow them to practice their critical thinking skills. These simulations acclimate students to the routine and rigors of the average clinical rotation in which they're expected to do all of the following:* Conduct a complete nutrition assessment of a patient* Collect, analyze, and interpret data* Set priorities for nutrition care plans* Document conclusions about complex problemsThe 10 simulation scenarios included in this text outline the details of cases relating to congestive heart failure, diabetes, liver disease, and other critical conditions. These simulations can be used in role-play activities with preceptors or with actors, as well as with high- or low-fidelity simulation robots.Each new copy of this text also includes access to 10 online decision-tree modules that are focused on the same topics as the in-text simulation scenarios. In these decision-tree modules, each decision the student makes impacts the outcome of the patient's treatment, encouraging the student to improve their ability to make decisions effectively and reliably.… (more)
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Through a combination of simulated medical records and online decision-tree modules, Medical Nutrition Therapy Simulations guides students through clinical experiences that allow them to practice their critical thinking skills. These simulations acclimate students to the routine and rigors of the average clinical rotation in which they're expected to do all of the following:* Conduct a complete nutrition assessment of a patient* Collect, analyze, and interpret data* Set priorities for nutrition care plans* Document conclusions about complex problemsThe 10 simulation scenarios included in this text outline the details of cases relating to congestive heart failure, diabetes, liver disease, and other critical conditions. These simulations can be used in role-play activities with preceptors or with actors, as well as with high- or low-fidelity simulation robots.Each new copy of this text also includes access to 10 online decision-tree modules that are focused on the same topics as the in-text simulation scenarios. In these decision-tree modules, each decision the student makes impacts the outcome of the patient's treatment, encouraging the student to improve their ability to make decisions effectively and reliably.

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