MNT for Individuals IV

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MNT for Individuals IV
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2013-02-08 20:01:07
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Dietary guidelines
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  1. DRI (Dietary Reference Intakes
    • Nutrient goals to be achieved over time
    • replaced the RDA
  2. EAR
    Estimated average requirement for 50% of population
  3. AI
    • Adequate intake
    • used when insufficient evidence exists for EAR, RDA
  4. UL
    • Upper limit
    • tolerable upper level not associated with adverse effects in most pop
  5. Tables of Food Composition
    • USDA
    • Good for dietary surveys
  6. 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
    • Written by USDA and HHS
    • to prevent chronic disease
    • Reduce solid fats, added sugars, and refined grains
  7. Physical Activity
    • 30 minutes to reduce risk of chronic disease
    • 60-90 minutes to manage body weight
  8. Healthy Eating Index
    • USDA's overall measure of diet quality
    • -measures how well Americans follow the guidelines
  9. Healthy People: National Health Program and Disease Prevention Objectives
    • Surgeon General-HHS
    • identifies broad goals for improving health
    • behavior changes

    2020 goals address nutrition & weight, heart disease & stroke, diabetes, oral health...
  10. Third Party Reibmursement
    Payment by a third party for service rendered (Blue Cross, Medicare)
  11. Prospective Payment System; Diagnostic Related Groupings
    Pts split into ICD's (international classification of disease-23) 
  12. Stages of Change Model
    • Pre-contemplation
    • Contemplation
    • Preparation
    • Action
    • Maintenance
  13. Health Belief Model
    A person must perceive the severity and their susceptibility to the threat for the threat to be a behavior-motivating factor
  14. Program Intervention
    • Primary: early screening for risks
    • Secondary: recruiting those with condition
    • Tertiary: as disease progresses
  15. Steps in Program Planning
    • 1. Develop a mission statement
    • 2. Set goals
    • 3. Set objectives: quant and qualitative
    • 4. Evaluate Alternative Strategies
  16. Budget Development
    • 1. Prepare requests
    • 2. Evaluate Revenue potential
    • 3. formulate document
    • 4. send to legislative body
    • 5. Legislative review & authorize
    • 6. Execute the budget
    • 7. Evaluation and review
  17. Nutrition Monitoring & Evaluation

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