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Authors Eleanor Schlenker and Joyce Gilbert address nutrition across the lifespan and within the community, with an emphasis on health Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy PDF file of the complete article K , or click on a page image below to browse page by page.
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Aging in Community Nutrition, Diet Therapy, and Paragraphs were assigned toone of four categories: gerontology, nutrition as primary, nutrition assecondary, or tertiary prevention. Nancy S. Susan P. Johnson fiu. All rights reserved. Digital Object Identifier: There was little in tegration of ag in g beyond thechapters on ag in g. Some important databases and studies were absent. Photographs were generally positive. Women, but not m in orities, reflected current older adult demographics.
Future textbook editions should address ag in g more comprehensively and positively to better prepare dietitians for the job market. Recommendationsfor authors, course in structors, and publishers are given. All rightsreserved. Almost n in e in 10older adults have one or more chronic diseases in which nutrition therapycan effectively improve health and quality of life outcomes Committeeon Nutrition Services for Medicare Beneficiaries, , and nutrition therapy has been added to the list of reimbursable Medicaretreatments.
The Committee explicitly identified the registereddietitian RD as the preferred provider of nutrition therapy. Thus, dietetics and nutrition students, most of whom will take a national exam in ationto become RDs, will likely be providers of nutrition services tothe grow in g number of older adults in the future. All students are required to take community nutrition and diet therapycourses as part of the core requirements in undergraduate didacticprograms. This studyevaluated the ag in g content of community nutrition, diet therapy, and nutrition and ag in g textbooks.
Textbook and Page SelectionThis study evaluated the content and context of ag in g in three communitynutrition CN , four diet therapy DT , and four nutrition and ag in g NA textbooks Table 1. The sample in cluded all nutrition sub-specialtytextbooks in these areas published between and Pageswith paragraphs on ag in g were identified and analyzed in CN and DTtextbooks.
This study also assessed whether important databases, summary publications, and longitud in al studies were in cluded in the texts. Three publishers did not grantpermission.
Pages in the other books were scanned us in g opticalcharacter recognition technology OmniPage Pro 10, Phoenix, AZ; version The total number of pages on older adults was compared to totalpages in each CN and DT textbooks. In addition, percentages were calculatedcompar in g pages on older adults in dedicated chapters on ag in gto pages on older adults that were dispersed throughout the books.
TABLE 1. Community nutrition in action. Nutrition in the community. Nutrition care of the older adult. Geriatric nutrition. Nutrition in ag in g. H and book of nutrition in the aged. The scanned texts were coded us in g paragraphs as theunit of text analysis. A codebook with gerontological topics of ag in g and subcategories was modified to in clude categories of primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention in relation to nutrition. Each paragraphwas placed in to one of these nutrition categories or in to gerontology.
The number of paragraphs in each category is an in dicationof how the textbook portrays ag in g. The content analysis processevaluated the extent of coverage of gerontology and primary, secondary, and tertiary nutrition prevention in each book, based on the focus ofeach paragraph.
A list of important databases, summary publications, and longitud in al studies on ag in g was developed to track the in clusion ofsuch in formation in the textbook collection. Ageism terms. With in the scanned texts, N5 software was used tocount and categorize ageism terms as positive, neutral, ornegative Palmore, Counts ofpositive, neutral, and negative ag in g words were determ in ed for eachtextbook to document the extent of word usage.
They were coded as positive, neutral,ornegative;by gender; and by m in ority status us in g a set of established guidel in es. For example, people who generally looked in dependent, happy, and without obvious ailments were considered positive.
Neutral imagesgenerally portrayed the older adult as neither happy nor sad and notneed in g assistance with daily liv in g. Three raters, in clud in gthe primary researcher, assessed all the photographs. Statistical AnalysisAnalytical methods in cluded counts of pages with paragraphs on ag in g,percent calculation of in tegration of paragraphs in to chapters onolder adults versus in formation dispersed though the textbook, and thenumbers of paragraphs among the nutrition sub-specialties.
TABLE 4. CN textbooks pictures had a gender ratio, reflect in gthe average for older adults. However, there were no m in orities in photographs in CN and NA textbooks.
Inter-rater reliability was 1. Thatstudy and the present one show that the comb in ed 22 nutrition textbooksgenerally fail to present ag in g comprehensively, across topics, or positively. There were gaps in the ag in g contentof the 11 nutrition sub-specialty textbooks as coverage of ag in g topicsvaried.
Important national databases are omitted in relation to older adults. The two federal summary report on ag in g are not referenced. Six of the11 textbooks make no mention of any longitud in al study on ag in g. Admittedly,the typical time lag in publication of a textbook limits the in corporationof some of these references. However, most studies hadbeen published two or more years prior to textbook publication dates. Four of the seven books depict more women than men. Noolder m in orities are pictured in CN and NA textbooks.
The nutrition sub-specialty textbooks in community nutrition and diet therapy are used in upper level undergraduate courses. Only a few. They are more often used in graduate courses.
Nevertheless, dietetics students will work with olderadults in wellness, community, cl in ical, and long term care sett in gswhere they will provide the full range of preventive nutrition services,from general nutrition education to medical nutrition therapy.
Thesub-specialty texts should more comprehensively and positively presentgerontological topics and nutrition as primary, secondary, and tertiaryprevention for healthier ag in g. This will help students underst and the heterogeneity of ag in g and acquire the knowledge and skills neededto work effectively with older adults.
Similar to suggestions made by Wellman et al. A broader impartial discussion of ag in g in these textbooks,especially regard in g the positive role of nutrition as primary and secondary prevention in later years, would help prepare and encouragethe future workforce of dietitians to meet the nutritional needs and in terestsof this burgeon in g population segment.
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