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March 5, 2010

Dear Colleague,

March is National Nutrition Month! Try your hand at the following questions to see how much you know on this topic:
1. When is a nutritional assessment required by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations?
2. What is nutrient profiling?
3. What nutrition goals are important for the pediatric oncology patient?
4. If a patient's BMI is 27, what does this mean?
5. How does a compromised nutritional status affect pressure ulcer development?

Nursing's Role in Nutrition
Innovation, Health, and Healing: Obesogenics, Nutrition Education, and the Need to Deconstruct the Concept of a "Healthy Diet"
Nutrient Profiling: Global Approaches, Policies, and Perspectives CE
How to Try This: The Mini Nutritional Assessment CE
Incidence of Nutritional Assessment, Intervention, and Follow-up for Pediatric Patients With Cancer  
Issues for the 2010 Dietary Guidelines Nutrition Facts You Can't Miss: The Evolution of Front-of-Pack Labeling Providing Consumers With Tools to Help Select Foods and Beverages to Encourage More Healthful Diets
The Role of Nutrition in Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Treatment: National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel White Paper

Find these answers and more by reading the articles in More Resources. Also, browse through our journals Nutrition Today and Topics in Clinical Nutrition.

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The use of evidence-based practices can help prevent pressure ulcers. Brush up on how to identify patients at risk and how to implement evidence-based practices by reading Taking Steps to Prevent Pressure Ulcers.
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