Traditionally, nutrition programs were targeted to the indigent and poor populations in developing countries. Many of today’s Americans are malnourished also, but they are inundated with unhealthy foods and require a multidisciplinary approach to nutrition education. What would be the three most important points to include in a public nutrition program? Provide current literature to support your answer and include two nutritional education community resources.
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Some patients will die in a hospital or in a nursing home where they live, some are not home with family. If in a hospital it may be due to the patient being admitted for treatment but will end up on hospice or palliative care (NIA, 2017). Quite a few people live in a nursing home already and will end up on palliative care or hospice. Some people may choose not to have end-of-life care in home due to the stress that may be put on the family members providing care (NIA, 2017). But a big part in lack of communication and the patient not voicing their wishes to their health care providers (NIA, 2017). As a nurse when a patient is placed on palliative or hospice care we need to make sure we know and understand their wishes (Casarett, D., Harrold, J., Harris, P. S., Bender, L., Farrington, S., Smither, E., & … Teno, J). Where are they wanting to have their end of life care (Casarett, D., Harrold, J., Harris, P. S., Bender, L., Farrington, S., Smither, E., & … Teno, J).
Casarett, D., Harrold, J., Harris, P. S., Bender, L., Farrington, S., Smither, E., & … Teno, J. (2015). Does Continuous Hospice Care Help Patients Remain at Home? Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, (3), 297. doi:10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2015.04.007.
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