Pocket Guide to Nutrition and Dietetics, 1st Edition

Author :
By Sarah E. Byrom, BSc(Hons), SRD
This is a clinical reference data pocket book. It contains the data most frequently used by dietitians and others in practice and is invaluable for dietetic students during their clinical placements. It is both practical and comprehensive. Data is re ...view more
This is a clinical reference data pocket book. It contains the data most frequently used by dietitians and others in practice and is invaluable for dietetic students during their clinical placements. It is both practical and comprehensive. Data is readily accessible from clearly set out tables, clear diagrams and tabbed sections. As well as the core reference data there are useful appendices on various subjects including the nutritional compositions of foods, a weaning guide, a guide to religious influences on diet, useful addresses for relevant organisations and web sites.
ISBN :
9780443071362
Publication Date :
17-07-2002
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This is a clinical reference data pocket book. It contains the data most frequently used by dietitians and others in practice and is invaluable for dietetic students during their clinical placements. It is both practical and comprehensive. Data is readily accessible from clearly set out tables, clear diagrams and tabbed sections. As well as the core reference data there are useful appendices on various subjects including the nutritional compositions of foods, a weaning guide, a guide to religious influences on diet, useful addresses for relevant organisations and web sites.

New to this edition
  • All data revised/updated
  • Section on clinical training structure to be revised as recently changed
  • New standards/protocols have been included
  • New more durable cover.

  • Key Features
  • User-friendly, accessible layout enables quick assimilation of relevant data
  • Tabbed sections help to locate information quickly
  • Clear diagrams help to illustrate important concepts
  • Useful addresses, websites, references and further reading
  • A section on clinical placements (structure, duration, hospital procedures) acts as a "survival' guide for student dietitians.

  • Author Information
    By Sarah E. Byrom, BSc(Hons), SRD, Freelance Dietitian, Edinburgh, UK