Nutrition and Exercise for the Newly Diagnosed DM2 (Nutrition in Medicine)
This online interactive ‘Nutrition & Exercise for Newly Diagnosed DM2’ module from the ‘Nutrition in Medicine’ curriculum, for teaching medical students, introduces strategies for counseling patients on dietary; weight management; and physical activity modifications to achieve glycemic control. There are lecture slides with ‘flash cards’ teaching carb counting and an interactive meal planning activity applying thee techniques with detailed explanations. The next sections are about weight loss and physical activity with guidelines and counseling techniques followed by interactive exercises designing weight loss and nutrition treatment plans requiring the learner to select specific recommendations. A summary of patient’s frequently asked questions in included at the end. There is a quiz with 2 MCQs that are case vignettes with multiple detailed responses to select from; answer explanations and results can be saved, printed and reviewed by the learner. There are printable ‘pocket notes’ at the end summarizing the main takeaways. This online module takes about 30 minutes to finish, is very interactive and consequently easy to complete. This material could be easily integrated as preparatory coursework for practicing primary care prevention counseling techniques or supplementing curricula in lifestyle medicine or a nutrition curriculum for students early in their pre-clinical years. The Nutrition in Medicine (NIM) medical student curriculum in an evidence-based resource with a comprehensive; interactive online curriculum, each course is meant to be brief and narrow in focus and additional material can be found in other modules. The NIM modules are all available at no cost however, you must create a login as detailed below: Follow these steps to access: 1. Click on the button ‘Continue to Courses’ 2. The click on the link ‘register’ at bottom in the center. 3. Once logged, in click on the link ‘view course listings’. 4. Then select the courses listed below and click start course. — Ashti Doobay-Persaud, MD, NCEAS
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Where Was the Curriculum Implemented?
Chapel Hill, NC
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Level of Learner Assessment:
Knowledge Acquisition (MCQ, IRAT, GRAT)