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The Eating Disorders Clinical Pocket Guide: Quick Reference for Healthcare Providers Spiral-bound – 2005
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A pocket-sized guide for health professionals who work with people of any age with known or suspected eating disorders. This book is designed as a guide and quick reference for every area of disordered eating, from diagnosis criteria, assessing eating disorders, medical and nutrition components of disordered eating, through treatment suggestions. There are also extensive resources for further information, including websites, resources for families, and professional references. If you’re just starting off working with disordered eating, this pocket guide will provide all the information you need to develop referral guidelines, assessment forms, identify the role of each healthcare practitioner, and strategies for intervention. The numerous tables and charts provide quick reference on topics such as food label nutrition claims, snack suggestions that include protein, food sources of various vitamins and minerals, and caffeine levels in various foods and beverages. Even seasoned practitioners will find the concise information and easy to read format helpful. This pocket guide is a must for everyone who works with individual clients or groups in any area of health services, as eating disorders have become so prevalent in our society. Jessica Setnick, a well-known expert on disordered eating and founder of the Eating Disorders Boot Camp training workshop for professionals, has compiled the best information from a whole shelf of references into The Eating Disorders Clinical Pocket Guide.
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Angela Grassi, MS, RD, LDN, author of The Dietitian's Guide to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. [...].
Its almost like taking the internet along with you every day, it is that thorough. Thanks, Jessica, for putting this together for those of us RD's who encounter clients/patients with eating disorders and could use such a convenient, thorough source of information at our fingertips all the time!