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Record identifier : 565692
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Rasmussen, DeLaine
Title and statement of responsibility : Practitioner perception of nutrition education in medical curriculum for diagnosis of failure to thrive in infants and children [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : South Dakota State University, 2005
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : M.S.
Body granting the degree : , South Dakota State University
Summary or Abstract : The objective of this study was to determine medical practitioner perception of their nutrition education for diagnosis of failure to thrive. A questionnaire regarding medical education and practice for diagnosis of failure to thrive was posted on two practitioner listservs (the Association of American Medical Colleges Division of Medical Education and the National Association of Pediatric Practitioners). Responses (n=312) came from 41 states, with practitioners from a variety of practice settings (hospital affiliated locations, private practice, medical centers, specialty clinics, public health, military, or schools). Sixty percent sited experience as the single method of education and training for diagnosis of failure to thrive. There was a significant difference in training for diagnosis of failure to thrive and years of experience (x 2 , p=0.065). Practitioners were somewhat comfortable (58 ) with diagnosis of failure to thrive. There was no significant difference in comfort level and practitioner years of practice (x 2 , p=0.2432). Almost 2/3 of the practitioners reported no use of screening tools for failure to thrive, but do use growth charts and routinely assess for nutritional intake, vomiting, and diarrhea. There was limited use (66 ) of developmental screening tests. Only 12 were extremely satisfied with their education and training, with no significant difference in the degree of satisfaction across all practice groups (x 2 , p=0.0008). Increasing practitioner nutrition awareness and more frequent use of screening tools would maximize the potential for better outcomes and increase the quality of healthcare..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Nutrition, Nursing, Health education
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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