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1 Purdue Honors Pledge: As a boilermaker pursuing academic excellence, I pledge to be honest and true in all that I do. Accountable together we are Purdue. Times and Locations: Lecture day, nesday 10:30-11:20 AM Room: Wetherill Lab of Chemistry 160 Laboratory day or Thursday 2:30-5:20 PM 1:30-4:20 PM Room: WTHR 420 Room: WALC 3090 Special note: When guest speakers present during lecture hour, all or part of the lab session may be used as a lecture time. This is a courtesy for the guest speakers so they only need to present to the class one time. Instructors: Donna L. Zoss, MS, RD, CD, CNSC Continuing Lecturer Assistant Director, Didactic Program in Dietetics Stone Hall, Room 220 Phone: (765) Rachel Clark, MS, RD, CSSD Continuing Lecturer Lyles-Porter Hall, Room 1144D Phone: (765) Whitney Lahrman, RD, CD Limited Term Lecturer To be announced Office Hours: By appointment ( possible meeting times) Office Hours: By appointment ( possible meeting times) Office Hours: To be announced Kathleen Hill Gallant, PhD, RD Assistant Professor Director, Didactic Program in Dietetics Stone Hall, Room 207 Phone: (765) purdue.edu Office Hours: By appointment ( possible meeting times)

2 Graduate Teaching Assistant Gretchen Wiese, RD Stone Hall, Room G54 Office Hours: TBA (Will be posted on Blackboard) Course Description: Application of nutrition principles in the dietary treatment of certain organic, functional, and metabolic diseases. Course Goal: Implementation of the standardized language for the Nutrition Care Process in various disease states and conditions to prepare students for supervised practice programs. Course Objectives: To meet selected DPD Knowledge Requirements as established by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics through lectures, laboratories, assignments, projects, readings, presentations, quizzes and examinations. For Dietetics students (DPD or CPD), this course meets the following Knowledge Requirements (KRDNs) for ACEND accreditation: KRDN 2.2: Describe the governance of nutrition and dietetics practice, such as the Scope of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice and the Code of Ethics for the Profession of Nutrition and Dietetics; and describe interprofessional relationships in various practice settings. KRDN 2.5: Identify and describe the work of interprofessional teams and the roles of others with whom the registered dietitian nutritionist collaborates in the delivery of food and nutrition services. KRDN 2.7: Demonstrate identification with the nutrition and dietetics profession through activities such as participation in professional organizations and defending a position on issues impacting the nutrition and dietetics profession. KRDN 3.1: Use the Nutrition Care Process to make decisions, identify nutrition-related problems and determine and evaluate nutrition interventions. KRDN 3.4: Explain the processes involved in delivering quality food and nutrition services. Additionally, this course includes assessment of a learning outcome for accreditation that must be met by all students to receive a DPD verification statement. If you do not pass (>F) the following assignment(s), you must arrange to meet with the DPD director to discuss fulfillment of the learning outcome(s). You may refer to the DPD Handbook for additional information. Lab assignments (KRDN 2.2; KRDN 2.5; KRDN 3.1; KRDN 3.4) Position Paper Debate Presentation (KRDN 2.7) Student member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (KRDN 2.7)

3 Attendance: Attendance is mandatory. If you are unable to attend a class, it is your responsibility to obtain notes and other missed information from a classmate. Turning in/ Returning Assignments: Unless otherwise specified, assignments are to be printed and turned in on the due date at the beginning of class. Certain writing assignments will also be submitted online through Blackboard using SafeAssign plagiarism detection service. Your graded assignments will be returned using a mailbox system. The mailbox will be located in Stone 220 and will be accessible from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, day through Friday. You are expected to check your mailbox weekly. Required Textbooks (also used for NUTR 481): 1. Nelms, M, Sucher, K, Lacey, K. Nutrition Therapy and Pathophysiology. 3rd Edition. Cengage Learning, ISBN: Nelms, M, Roth, S. Medical Nutrition Therapy: A Case Study Approach. 5 th Edition. Cengage Learning, ISBN: Chabner, D. The Language of Medicine. 10 th Ed. Elsevier, ISBN: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Nutrition Care Process Terminology subscription (encpt). This is an online manual and not available through the campus bookstores. Student members receive special pricing ($25 for 1-year access). We will explain in class. Subscription will need to be purchased prior to lab the week of October 2nd. Required Resources: 1. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Nutrition Care Manual. online subscription. User name and password will be handed out in class. 2. Student membership of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Application information is available on bulletin board outside the Department of Nutrition Science office, second floor, Stone Hall. 3. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Evidence Analysis Library. Available free of charge to student members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 4. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Available free of charge to student members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 5. Diabetes (or weight management) exchange booklets (You may have purchased one of these for NUTR 330 Choose your Foods: Food Lists for Weight Management ). Contact Donna Zoss if you need to purchase one. 6. Purchase a 3-ring binder and dividers for creating your reference notebook

4 7. Formulary Card (Instructor will provide in class) 8. Bring a calculator to all class and laboratory sessions. Other Resources: It is recommended if you have a laptop computer or tablet to bring it to the laboratory sessions. Grading: Total points Laboratory 120 Assignments (12) 10 points each Projects 115 Health Promotion Project 40 points Case study paper 50 points Position Paper Debate 25 points Quizzes 160 Medical Terminology Quiz 40 points Exchange List Quizzes (3) 20 points each Pop Quizzes (10) 5 points each Nutrition Genomics Quiz 10 points Reference Notebook 30 Exams 675 Exam points Exam points Exam points Final Comprehensive Exam 300 points Total 1100 Grading Scale A+ = 98 to 100% A = 93 to 97% A- = 90 to 92% B+ = 87 to 89 % B = 83 to 87% B- = 80 to 82% C+ = 77 to 79 % C = 73 to 77 % C- = 70 to 72 % D = 65 to 69 % F = less than 65 % Incomplete grades will be given in accordance with University Regulations. Grades will be posted on Blackboard.

5 Grading, cont d All assignments must be completed (i.e. met the objectives of the assignment) in order for a student to receive a passing grade. Assignments are expected to be word-processed unless noted otherwise in the instructions. Unless otherwise noted, assignments are expected to be handed in at the beginning of class on its due date. Assignments handed in late will have points deducted unless the instructor has given prior approval: -10% (1 letter grade) for 1 day late, -20% (2 letter grades) for 2 days late, 0 pts (F) for 3 days late. Note that even if a late assignment will receive 0 pts, it is required for all assignments to be submitted, with their objectives met, in order to pass the course. Please notify the instructor immediately if you have a grade discrepancy or if a grade has been inaccurately recorded so the problem can be addressed in a timely manner. Make-up Exams: Make-up exams will not be given after a scheduled exam, except for major illnesses or extenuating circumstances, both requiring documentation. If a student needs to arrange a make-up exam, please be aware that the make-up exam can be different from the regularly scheduled exam. Failure to notify the instructor by 5:00 pm on the day of the scheduled exam will forfeit a student s right for consideration of a make-up exam. Contact the instructor either in person or by telephone or as to the reason for the absence. A message may be left at (Main 2 nd floor office, secretary Jessica). Academic Dishonesty: Students are required to follow the Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics, the Purdue University Code of Honor and all student policies and procedures. Please see your student handbook for a complete transcript of University policies. Incidents of academic misconduct in this course will be addressed by the course instructor and referred to the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSRR) for review at the university level. Any violation of course policies as it relates to academic integrity will result minimally in a failing or zero grade for that particular assignment, and at the instructor s discretion may result in a failing grade for the course. In addition, all incidents of academic misconduct will be forwarded to OSRR, where university penalties, including removal from the university, may be considered.

6 Academic integrity is one of the highest values that Purdue University holds. Individuals are encouraged to alert university officials to potential breeches of this value by either ing or by calling While information may be submitted anonymously, the more information that is submitted provides the greatest opportunity for the university to investigate the concern. CAPS Information: Purdue University is committed to advancing the mental health and well-being of its students. If you or someone you know is feeling overwhelmed, depressed, and/or in need of support, services are available. For help, such individuals should contact Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at (765) and during and after hours, on weekends and holidays, or through its counselors physically located in the Purdue University Student Health Center (PUSH) during business hours. Campus Emergency: In an event of a major campus emergency, course requirements, deadlines and grading percentages are subject to changes that may be necessitated by a revised semester calendar or other circumstances. Contact Donna Zoss using the contact information above. Additionally, Please sign up for Purdue Alert text messages The Purdue homepage will have up-to-date information during emergencies Find more information on emergency preparedness Back page of this syllabus **When in doubt, please act in the interest of your safety.** Non-Discrimination: Purdue University and these instructors and staff do not discriminate against any member of the University community on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, genetic information, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, or status as a veteran. Course Evaluation: During the last two weeks of the semester, students will be provided an opportunity to evaluate this course and instructors. To this end, Purdue has transitioned to online course evaluations. On day of the fifteenth week of classes, students will receive an official from evaluation administrators with a link to the online evaluation site. Students will have two weeks to complete this evaluation. Your participation in this evaluation is an integral part of this course. Your feedback is vital to

7 improving education at Purdue University. You are strongly urged to participate in the evaluation system. This syllabus and course schedule are subject to revisions as needed throughout the semester. Students will be given advance notice of any change in class, on Blackboard, and/or by .

8 NUTR 480 Medical Nutrition Therapy I Fall 2017 Date Theme/Topic Readings **check for additional readings on Blackboard ** Week 1 8/21 8/23 Course introduction Intro to Nutrition Assessment Intro to Nutrition Assessment Course Syllabus Nelms: Chapter 3 pages & Appendix D1 Reminders and Notes Lab ( or Thurs) Anthropometrics MNA Week 2 8/28 8/30 Biochemical Factors Biochemical Factors Nelms: Chapter 3 pages & Appendix E Biochemical Factors Assessment Assignment 1 Due Week 3 9/4 9/6 Labor Day No Class Dietary Factors and Food Processor Instructions Nelms: Chapter 3 pages Food Processor Tutorial Labor Day No Lab Week 4 9/11 9/13 Dietary Factors Nelms: Chapter 3 pages Nelms: Appendix G (for lab) Energy & Protein Requirements Nelms: Chapter 3 pages Biochemical and Clinical Factors Assessment Assignment 2 Due Week 5 9/18 9/20 Exam #1 Nutritional Genomics Nelms: Chapter 10 Dietary Factors Assessment Assignment 3 Due 9/25 Functional Nutrition To be Assigned Nutrition Focused Physical Exam Week 6 9/27 Evidence Analysis Library & Evaluating and Citing Research Nelms: Appendix H Assignment 4 Due Position paper Debate info Nutritional Genomics Quiz

9 NUTR 480 Medical Nutrition Therapy I Fall 2017 Week 7 10/2 10/4 Nutrition Care Process Nelms: Chapter 2 encpt readings Nutrition Care Manual Review (online) Code of Ethics Intro to Nutrition Support Nelms: Chapter 5 Nutrition Care Process Nutrition Care Manual Code of Ethics Assignment 5 Due Week 8 10/9 10/11 October Break No Class Intro to Nutrition Support October Break No Lab Week 9 10/16 10/18 Intro to Nutrition Support Chabner: Ch. 13 Nutrition Support Malnutrition Nelms: page 68 Chabner: 1 4 Assignment 6 Due 10/23 Exam #2 Medical Terminology Week 10 10/25 Malnutrition Nelms: page 68 Chabner: 1 4 Assignment 7 Due Week 11 10/30 11/1 Nutrition Prescription & Modified Consistency Diets Neurological Problems & Dysphagia Nelms: Pages National Dysphagia Diets Formulary Sheet Chabner: Ch. 10 & 17 Nelms: Chapter 20 & pages Deadline for completion of all components of Health Promotion Project by 5 pm on Tuesday, October 31 Case Study Outline Due on Friday, November 3rd by 5 pm Modified Consistency Diets Medical Terminology Quiz Assignment 8 Due 11/6 Neurological Problems & Dysphagia Nelms: Chapter 20 & pages Neurological Problems & Dysphagia Week 12 11/8 Neurological Problems & Dysphagia Exchange List Quiz: Fruits & Non starchy Vegetables Assignment 9 Due

10 NUTR 480 Medical Nutrition Therapy I Fall 2017 Week 13 11/13 11/15 Intro to Diabetes Mellitus Nelms: Chapter 17 Chabner: Ch. 18 Intro to Diabetes Mellitus Interpersonal skills in healthcare settings Exchange List Quiz: Starches and Fats Assignment 10 Due 11/20 Exam #3 Thanksgiving Break No Lab Week 14 11/22 Thanksgiving Break No Class Week 15 Week 16 11/27 11/29 12/4 12/6 TBD Intro to Cardiovascular Disease Nelms: Chapter 13 Chabner: Ch. 11 Intro to Cardiovascular Disease Case Paper Due 5:00PM (turn in BOTH a paper copy in Stone 220 and electronic submission on Blackboard) Diabetes Mellitus Exchange List Quiz: Meat & Meat Substitutes and Milk Assignment 11 Due Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome Nelms: pages Cardiovascular Disease Review Comprehensive Final Exam Sodium and Salt Substitutes Reference Notebook Due in Lab Assignment 12 Due

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