Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics – full set of detailed adult case study summaries, oral viva checklist, and selected paediatric notes

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  • UniversityFlinders University
  • AreaHealth and sports sciences
  • CourseBachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Course CodeNUTD3106
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  • Authormelindapasfield
  • Created2015
  • Pages65
  • Approved6 September 2016

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Complete set of summary notes for adult Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics – including detailed notes on all case studies including cancer, celiac disease, CVA, enteral feeding, IBD, liver, malnutrition, and renal – including detailed summaries of aetiology, medical management, dietary management, goals, objectives, practical strategies, and diet disease links for each case study. This set also includes some paediatric notes – including summaries of the Infant Formula & Growth, Nutrition and Development lectures, as well a summary of a faltering growth case study. Lastly, there is an oral viva checklist with everything to remember for the viva ‘consult’ – including information to gather prior to the viva, introduction tips, how to express main concerns and do the diet disease link, how to implement strategies, and points to cover when closing the interview. These notes enabled me to get a far better grade than I expected in a very challenging topic and will still be useful to me as I graduate and work in the field of dietetics.

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