Clinical Cases in Dietetics

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 16, 2009 - Medical - 296 pages
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Learning how to deal with actual cases and developing the ability to arrive at a reasoned clinical judgement are important parts of a student's training.

This unique text presents a series of clinical cases of increasing complexity and range. Readers are taken through a structured way of thinking that facilitates clinical reasoning and the arrival of a justified treatment plan. Each case includes a commentary and opportunities for reflection on practice, and identifies key learning points.
 

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Contents

The cases and contexts
15
The diaries and contexts
103
The referrals and contexts
119
The minicases and contexts
135
The commentaries
141
clinical information and reference data
231
tools
265
Index
275
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Dr Fred Pender BSc, PhD, RD is Director of Dietetics at University College, Chester

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