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1940 1
1947 2
1948 4
1956 1
1957 2
1958 2
1959 2
1960 6
1961 4
1962 8
1965 7
1966 35
1967 131
1968 200
1969 224
1970 213
1971 259
1972 377
1973 398
1974 572
1975 575
1976 556
1977 608
1978 648
1979 568
1980 485
1981 369
1982 481
1983 479
1984 444
1985 489
1986 483
1987 493
1988 561
1989 685
1990 785
1991 900
1992 921
1993 991
1994 1136
1995 1331
1996 1406
1997 1362
1998 1649
1999 1741
2000 1411
2001 1501
2002 1342
2003 1538
2004 1759
2005 1856
2006 2236
2007 2279
2008 2126
2009 1931
2010 2094
2011 1818
2012 1945
2013 1983
2014 2103
2015 2339
2016 2537
2017 2667
2018 2660
2019 1357
2020 19
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Challenges and opportunities for nutrition education and training in the health care professions: intraprofessional and interprofessional call to action.
DiMaria-Ghalili RA, et al. Am J Clin Nutr 2014. PMID 24646823 Free PMC article.
Understanding and applying nutrition knowledge and skills to all aspects of health care are extremely important, and all health care professions need basic training to effectively assess dietary intake and provide appropriate guidance, counseling, and treatment to their patients. ...Although nutrition is a critical component of acute and chronic disease management, as well as health and wellness across the health care professions, each profession must reevaluate its individual nutrition-related professional competencies before the establishment of meaningful interprofessional collaborative nutrition competencies. ...
Understanding and applying nutrition knowledge and skills to all aspects of health care are extremely important, and all health
Development of a Web-Based Diabetes Education Program for Health Care Professionals.
Okuroğlu GK and Alpar ŞE. J Contin Educ Nurs 2016. PMID 27699435
This study developed a Web-based type 2 diabetes education program (WB-DEP) for health care professionals. The methodology consisted of a pretest-posttest quasi-experimental approach. ...In the statistical evaluation of the data, the averages, percentages, frequencies, and mean values were calculated, and the Wilcoxon signed-rank test was also used. ...
This study developed a Web-based type 2 diabetes education program (WB-DEP) for health care professionals. The methodology consisted …
Beyond the millennium goals
Wass V. Educ Prim Care 2015. PMID 25898291
Continuing Professional Development in Maternal Health Care: Barriers to Applying New Knowledge and Skills in the Hospitals of Rwanda.
Tuyisenge G, et al. Matern Child Health J 2018. PMID 29470814
Results Our study found that trainees do not get enough opportunity to apply the new knowledge and skills in their hospitals and expand to health centers. ...The lack of refresher trainings/mentorship and the high personnel turnover were also reported as a barrier to applying new knowledge and skills. ...
Results Our study found that trainees do not get enough opportunity to apply the new knowledge and skills in their hospitals and expand to …
Prevalence and Perceptions of Team Training Programs for Pediatric Surgeons and Anesthesiologists.
Esce A, et al. J Surg Res 2018. PMID 30463773
The purpose of this study was to investigate usage and perceptions of team training programs by pediatric surgeons and anesthesiologists. ...The survey inquired about completion and perceptions regarding efficacy of team training programs. Simple descriptive statistics and a Student t-test were used to evaluate the data. ...
The purpose of this study was to investigate usage and perceptions of team training programs by pediatric surgeons and anesthesiologi …
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