The Ethics of Malnutrition Management: Must Therapy Always Follow Diagnosis?
Sunday, Oct 4, 2015
RDNs have a professional and an ethical responsibility to ensure that individuals in their sphere of responsibility receive appropriate nutrition care, particularly when malnutrition has been
diagnosed. The speakers will explore the professional and ethical obligations via case studies and reflection on current health policy and management literature.
Identify the RDN's professional and ethical obligations to assure that patient malnutrition is diagnosed.
Describe an ethical approach to initiation and management of malnutrition treatment.
Discuss the cultural and political factors that impact the management of nutrition care in health care organizations.
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