Nutrition Reference Center – Tutorial

Nutrition Reference Center – Tutorial


Nutrition Reference Center™ is a premier
evidence-based point-of-care tool that provides
nutritionists and dietitians with access to the most current evidence-based information on
nutrition best practices. In this tutorial we look at how to search Nutrition
Reference Center, as well as how to set up topic
alerts, browse content by category, and customize patient handouts. To search Nutrition Reference Center, enter your
search terms in the Search Box and click
Search. On the Result List, you can limit your results to
specific Material Types, such as Quick
Lessons, Evidence-Based Care Sheets, and Patient Handouts. Click a Full Text link to read a
Nutrition Reference Center topic. From the Detailed Record or HTML Full Text of a
topic, you can have Nutrition Reference Center
alert you via e-mail when the topic is updated. Simply click the E-mail Alert button and enter
your e-mail address. Select how often you would
like to be alerted and click Create Alert. No personal account is necessary to create topic
alerts. Nutrition Reference Center features landing
pages that allow you to search for content
related to Diseases, Skills, Food, Guidelines, Continuing Education, Patient Education, and
Reference Books, using the tabs above the
Search Box. From any of these pages, enter your terms in
the Search Box and click Search. Or select
from one of the options displayed on the page. In this example, we’ll search the Patient Ed
page for evidence-based information handouts
related to heart disease. On the result list, click a Full Text link to view
and print a Patient Education handout
customized with your patient’s information. Select the Print option to add patient-specific
information to the document. This features helps
provide consistent communication between healthcare providers and patients and enhances
the practitioner-patient relationship. The custom information you provide appears
near the top of the first page of the printed
document. Click the Help link at the top right of the
Nutrition Reference Center screen to view the
complete online Help system.

Daniel Yohans

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *