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Communication and Education Skills for Dietetics Professionals / Edition 5
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Communication and Education Skills for Dietetics Professionals / Edition 5

by Betsy B Holli, Judith A Beto, Richard Calabrese, Julie O'Sullivan Maillet
 

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ISBN-10: 0781774349

ISBN-13: 9780781774345

Pub. Date: 05/01/2008

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Strong communication skills are vital for dietetics professionals. Building on the success of prior editions, this Fifth Edition shows how to take advantage of scientific models, theories, and strategies to communicate with clients, convincing them to make more healthful food choices. Moreover, the text offers plenty of activities and case studies to help readers

Overview

Strong communication skills are vital for dietetics professionals. Building on the success of prior editions, this Fifth Edition shows how to take advantage of scientific models, theories, and strategies to communicate with clients, convincing them to make more healthful food choices. Moreover, the text offers plenty of activities and case studies to help readers put their communication skills into practice.

This Fifth Edition covers all American Dietetic Association competencies in communication. New case studies highlight current issues such as cultural sensitivity. Also included are new student activities, discussion questions on key communication issues and problems, and a guide to online resources.

A companion Website offers additional case studies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780781774345
Publisher:
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Publication date:
05/01/2008
Edition description:
Fifth Edition
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents


Dedication     v
Preface     vii
Acknowledgments     ix
Challenges for Dietetics Professionals     1
Origins of Food Habits or Behaviors     2
Food Knowledge and Beliefs     3
Health Beliefs     4
Adherence to Diet Changes     6
Nutrition Care Process     7
Communication     12
Effective Communication Defined     13
Interpersonal Communication Model     13
Verbal and Nonverbal Communication     15
Listening Skills     25
Negotiation     27
Communicating with Legislators     28
Interviewing     34
Nutrition Interviews     35
Preemployment Interviews     37
Conditions Facilitating Interviews     37
Parts of the Interview     42
Responses     50
Closing the Interview     55
Counseling     63
Nondirective Counseling     64
Counseling Processes     65
Directive Counseling     77
Nutrition Counseling     84
Nutrition Counseling     85
Nutrition Care Process     86
Documentation     98
Studies on Stages of Change in Counseling     99
Expanding Roles for Dietetics Practitioners     99
Counseling for Behavior Modification     105
Classical Conditioning     107
Operant Conditioning     108
Modeling     109
Changing Eating Behaviors     110
Self-Monitoring     119
Self-Management     120
Social Support     120
Applications     121
Counseling for Cognitive Change     130
Cognitions     131
Self-Efficacy     138
Relapse Prevention     143
Models and Theories of Change     151
Cross-Cultural and Life-Span Counseling     158
Workplace Diversity     159
Health Disparities in Diverse Population Groups     161
Culture and Acculturation     163
Cultural Competence in Counseling     164
Counseling Throughout the Life Span     171
Limited Literacy     187
Motivating Clients and Employees     196
Motivation of Clients     198
Motivation of Employees     200
Principles and Theories of Learning      214
Learning     214
Behavioral Learning Theories     215
Social Cognitive Theory     218
Cognitive Theories     220
Memory     222
Transfer of Learning     226
Andragogy     227
Learning Styles and Teaching Styles     230
Diffusion of Innovations     232
Technology as a Learning Tool     233
Planning Learning     237
Environment for Teaching and Learning     239
Steps to Effective Education     239
Conducting a Needs Assessment     240
Developing Performance Objectives     242
Domains of Learning     246
Determining the Content of Learning Plans     255
Organizing Learning Groups     255
Implementing and Evaluating Learning     260
Selecting Techniques and Methods     261
Techniques for Different Domains of Learning     266
Task Analysis     267
Job Instruction Training     268
Sequence of Instruction     270
Evaluation of Results     271
Types of Evaluation and Outcomes     276
Data Collection Techniques     280
Reliability and Validity      282
Lesson Plans and Program Plans     283
Documentation     284
Group Facilitation and Dynamics     291
Characteristics of an Effective Team     292
Stimulating Change in Teams and Groups     294
Cohesiveness in Groups     294
Informal Work Groups     299
Managing Groups     300
Paradox of Group Dynamics     307
Synergy     307
Group Participation in Decision Making     310
Creating and Delivering Effective Oral Presentations and Workshops     316
Preparation of an Effective Presentation     317
Components of an Effective Presentation     319
Implementation of an Effective Presentation     322
Evaluation Methods     329
Adaptations     329
Planning, Selecting, and Using Instructional Media     337
Benefits of Visual Media     338
Planning Visual Media     338
Art and Design Principles     339
Asynchronous or Synchronous Learning     342
Kinds of Visual Media     343
Purchasing Prepared Media Materials     354
Giving Presentations     356
Evaluating Results      356
Counseling Guidelines-Initial Session     361
Nutrition Diagnostic Terminology     365
Nutrition Intervention Terminology     369
Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation Terminology     372
Index     379

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