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The author’s roadmap in writing this textbook is based on the Standards of Practice for the Certified Dietary Manager and the role of nutrition care as a critical component of client care. These tasks represent current practice in the United States. Evidence-based nutrition is the foundation of nutrition care and practice for the future Certified Dietary Manager. The textbook is intended as a resource for candidates preparing for the CDM Credentialing Exam and as a reference for Certified Dietary Managers working in the industry. The textbook addresses topics that are included in the current CDM Detailed Exam Content Outline. Over 350 pages, © 2018. ISBN 978-0-692-04659-3
Chapter 1: Translate Nutrition Science into Food Intake
Chapter 2: The Building Blocks of Nutrition
Chapter 3: Digestion, Absorption and the Utilization of Nutrients
Chapter 4: Describe the Process of Digestion
Chapter 5: Overview of Body Systems and Medical Nutrition Therapy Interventions
Chapter 6: Fundamentals of Medical Nutrition Therapy for the CDM
Chapter 7: Obtain Routine Nutrition Screening Data
Chapter 8: Interview for Nutrition-Related Information
Chapter 9: Document Nutrition Information in Medical Record
Chapter 10: Identify Nutrition Problems and Client Rights
Chapter 11: Modify Diet Plans
Chapter 12: Implement Physician’s Dietary Orders 13
Chapter 13: Apply Standard Nutrition Care
Chapter 14: Review Effectiveness of Nutrition Care and Manage Professional Communication
Chapter 15: Manage Selective Menus, Nourishments, and Supplemental Feeding Communications
Chapter 16: Provide Nutrition Education
Chapter 17: Participate in Regulatory Agency Surveys
The study materials and reference books are completely optional. Purchase and/or successful completion of exam review materials are not required in order to sit for the exam and they do not predict or guarantee a passing score on the exam. Candidates may prepare for the exam in a manner of their choice.