The following are Academy-approved books, journals, and other published materials of particular value to dietetic professionals in ID care.
Free Resources For Academy Members:Academy Evidence Analysis Library
HIV/AIDS Nutrition Evidence Analysis Project
HIV/AIDS Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guideline
2) Foodborne Illness and HIV
3) Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) and HIV
Nutrition Screen and Referral Criteria For Adults (18+) with HIV/AIDS
Nutrition Management of HIV and AIDSBy Kristy M. Hendricks, ScD, RD, Kimberly R. Dong, MS, RD, and Jül L. Gerrior, MA, RD American Dietetic Association, 2009
This comprehensive, evidence-based guide examines the major nutrition challenges and strategies for people living with HIV and AIDS. Topics include: Unintentional weight loss and wasting; physical and metabolic complications of HIV infection and therapy; HIV-associated fat atrophy, fat deposition, and dyslipidemia; insulin sensitivity; and much more. This text also looks at vulnerable populations in the US, including children, adolescents, injection IV users and the elderly.
Available from Academy Of Nutrition & Dietetics
Nutrition and HIV
Vivian Pribram (Editor)
November 2010, Wiley-Blackwell.
Order this book through Wiley-Blackwell.
Food-Medication Interactions in HIV
For details, please visit Food-Medication Interactions.
The Health Professional's Guide to Dietary Supplements, 3rd Edition
By Allison Sarubin, MS, RD;
American Dietetic Association, 2006
Order this book through Academy Of Nutrition & Dietetics.
Positive Communication Newsletter of the IDN Dietetic Practice Group
Subscriptions and back issues of the newsletter are available for both members and non-members of the IDN DPG.
Subscribe and/or Order Back Issues to Positive Communication.
View Index of Articles in Positive Communication.