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Starting the Conversation: Basic Nutrition Education for the non-RD

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. The IHS Nutrition Standards of Care for Type 2 Diabetes recommend that all patients with diabetes or prediabetes should receive basic nutrition education at diagnosis, then annually, and more often as needed.


 
2. The IHS Nutrition Standards of Care for Type 2 Diabetes encourage health care team members to provide basic nutrition education and whenever possible, refer patients to a registered dietitian (RD) for individualized medical nutrition therapy (MNT) for diabetes and other health conditions that need individualized nutrition recommendations (e.g., hypertension, dyslipidemia, kidney disease) at diagnosis, then annually, and more often as needed.


 
3. The IHS Nutrition Standards of Care for Type 2 Diabetes recommend assessing each patient’s access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious foods.


 
4. Health care providers can screen for food insecurity using the Food Insecurity Assessment Tool and Resource List.


 
5. When patients/clients and their children cannot get enough healthy food, they have food insecurity. They: