Flashcards in Nutrition education, communication, and counseling Deck (48)
encourage to address unacknowledged or unaddressed concern
provides a possible connection between behaviors
inviting client to proceed with their concerns or feelings
rephrasing a client's response for clarification
attempt to gain the most info possible
Intervention types: knowledge
may include education program or individual program to aid in meeting goals
Intervention types: skills
may include practice of a task to ensure goals are met
Intervention types: attitudes
behavior modification includes changing previous behavior or habits to new behaviors to achieve goals; includes specific realistic goals, positive reinforcement, self-monitoring eating habits, and visual imagery
problems/concerns discussed descriptively, not judgmentally. Problem-based, not manipulative. Professional suggestions, but not overbearing.
Facial expression, eye contact, voice tone, body language, and gestures.
take home message or additional, not discussed details
The effective retrieval, organization, storage, and optimum use of information, data, and knowledge for food and nutrition related problem solving and decision making. Informatics is supported by the use of information standards, information processes, and information technology
occurs during design, plan, or implementation; identify weaknesses
evaluates results after it's completely underway; analyzes achievement
subjective, descriptive; looks for detail
produce numerical results; tests or questionnaires
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. 1996. Protect privacy of health information.