By Lisa Hark, Kathleen Ashton, Darwin Deen
The Nurse Practitioner’s advisor to meals is a finished medical source for nurse practitioners operating in a number of scientific care settings. Emphasizing sensible nutrients info, this obtainable advisor presents advice on incorporating foodstuff background questions and counselling options into regimen care throughout all scientific settings.
The e-book starts by means of discussing basic strategies in nutrients review, giving readers a high-quality framework from which to technique next chapters. part makes a speciality of food from a lifespan viewpoint, organizing details by means of the problems such a lot pertinent to sufferers at diversified levels of lifestyles. part 3 provides food counselling throughout scientific care settings starting from cardiology, endocrinology, oncology, and gastroenterology to taking care of the overweight patient.
Each bankruptcy contains crucial info distilled in quick-access tabular layout and scientific eventualities that observe key innovations mentioned to real-world examples. excellent for either in-training and certified complex perform nurses, The Nurse Practitioner’s consultant to meals is an important device for assessing, coping with, and treating nutrition-related stipulations, in addition to selling dietary healthiness for all patients.
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Chapter 3 Nutrition Counseling for Effective Behavior Change 33 Understanding Patients’ Stage of Change An assessment of the patient’s readiness to change will guide Nurse Practitioners in determining how best to proceed and will provide an atmosphere of patient-centeredness. 8,9 Prochaska describes a sequence of attitudes and intentions and behavioral steps people take to change behavior. 9 The stages that individuals go through in the Transtheoretical Model begin with pre-contemplation (not considering making a change in the target behavior – see Case 1), and advance through contemplation (considering the pros and cons of making a behavioral change – see Case 2), preparation (planning steps to make changes), action (actually changing the targeted behavior – see Case 3), maintenance (making the changed behavioral habitual – see Case 4), and relapse (when a formerly altered behavior pattern returns – see Case 5).
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