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Medical Nutrition Therapy: A Case Based Approach

      This updated sixth edition is welcomed, as the authors note, even within a few years, medical and nutrition care for some diet-related conditions can change dramatically. The last update was in 2017 and the first in 2008. A new coauthor, Kristen Roberts, PhD, RDN, LD, CNSC, who practices clinically in the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition, and is the guiding expert in medical nutrition therapy in the medical dietetics program at Ohio State University, contributes to the tradition of bridging classroom to practice. Instructors of medical nutrition therapy can be confident that the 29 case studies are realistic and give students the experience of using clinical reasoning to apply their nutrition knowledge. This edition also demonstrates interprofessional collaboration in the care of patients. I will look forward to using some of these cases with groups of dietetic students or interns, medical, dental, nursing students, and other allied health students. Each student can demonstrate their role in managing these diet-related conditions.
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