Nutrition Assessment
Practice of Dietetics
Governance of AND
Academy Code of Ethics
Body Composition
100
The level of nutrient intake that meets the needs of 97-98% of the individuals in a life-stage and gender group.
What is the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of a nutrient?
100
The world's largest organization of nutrition and dietetics professionals (formerly known as the American Dietetic Association) was established.
What is the year 1917?
100
The year the world's largest organization of nutrition and dietetics professional (formerly known as the American Dietetic Association) was established.
What is the year 1917?
100
Active members of the Academy, CDR credentialed practitioners, student members of the Academy.
What is individuals for whom the Code of Ethics applies?
100
The instrument utilized to measure an individual's stature.
What is a standiometer?
200
ADIME
What are the formal steps of the NCP for comprehensive nutrition assessment: Assessment, Diagnosis, Intervention, Monitoring/Evaluation.
200
The centerpiece of Federal food, nutrition and health education programs and foundation of federal nutrition policy, jointly developed by the USDA and DHHS, intended to improve the health of Americans and reduce the incidence of chronic disease.
What are the US Dietary Guidelines for Americans?
200
To "Empower members to be the nation's food and nutrition leaders" and "optimize the nation's health through food and nutrition".
What are the Mission and Vision Statements of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics?
200
Education and remediation
What is the focus of the Code of Ethics?
200
The graphic representation of the relationship between morbidity and BMI classification.
What is the "J Curve"?
300
The method developed by the USDA (for its use in the Nationwide Food Consumption Survey) to obtain information on the food and beverages consumption of an individual in the past 24 hours.
What is the USDA 24 hour Dietary Recall - Multiple Pass Method.
300
The total diet, or overall pattern of food eaten, as the focus of healthy eating whereby all foods can fit when combined with appropriate portion control and physical activity.
What is the Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Total Diet Approach to Healthy Eating.
300
A living document,last amended and adopted by the Academy in January 2012, which are the rules for governing meetings and Academy affairs. They define the relationships, the rights, and obligations for members, directors, officers and staff.
What are the Bylaws of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics?
300
Dismissal of the case/complaint; suspension of an individual's Academy membership; revocation of the individual's CDR credential.
What is a possible outcome of an ethics complaint?
300
Skinfold caliper measures, bioelectric impediance analysis, air displacement plethysmography and hydrodensitometry.
What is body composition analysis by indirect measures?
400
The framework for describing the full spectrum of nutrition care provided by the RD to demonstrate that nutrition care improves outcome.
What is Academy's Nutrition Care Process and Model.
400
The transformation of raw materials into foods, and their nutrients into health outcomes within the biophysical, sociocultural, economic and political systems.
What is the food system?
400
The Academy volunteers who are elected by the membership, to accomplish the work of the Academy.
What is the Board of Directors and House of Delegates?
400
The dietetics practitioner conducts herself/himself with honesty, integrity and fairness. The dietetics practitioner supposrts and promotes high standards of professional practice.
What is/are the fundemental principles of the Code of Ethics of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics?
400
BIA, skinfold measurements, hydrostatic weighing, air displacement plethymography
What is a two compartmental models for assessing body composition?
500
The the components involved in making a nutritional assessment.
What are anthropometrics, biochemical, clinical/physical, dietary and extra (exercise, medication, lifestyle, etc..) assessments of nutritional status?
500
The companion documents that identify the education, experience and credentialing requirements for safe and effective practice and serve as a resource for professional development and career advancement.
What is the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Scope of Practice and Standards of Professional Performance for the Registered Dietitian?
500
A priviledge and professional responsibility that provides opportunities for personal and professional growth, leadership, networking/friendships and a collective forum for influencing public opinion, policy and legislative influence to promote health and well-being through nutrition.
What is Academy membership?
500
The responsibilities and commitments for whom the dietetics professional is responsible to under the Academy Code of Ethics.
What is responsibilities to the public, client, profession and colleagues and other professionals?
500
Body position, hydration status, consumption of food and beverage, ambient air and skin temperature, recent physical activity and bowel/bladder activity.
What is/are the known factors for variance in bioelectrical impedance analysis for assessing body composition?
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