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Título: Evaluation of nutrition education materials in the Cardiac Short Stay Units in Vancouver, BC
Autor(es): Ferreira, Lucas da Silva
Orientador(es): Botelho, Raquel Braz Assunção
Miller, Kimberly
Assunto: Nutrição
Educação alimentar e nutricional
Qualidade de vida
Doenças cardiovasculares
Data de apresentação: 2016
Data de publicação: 19-Jul-2017
Referência: FERREIRA, Lucas da Silva. Evaluation of nutrition education materials in the Cardiac Short Stay Units in Vancouver, BC. 2016. 51 f., il. Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso (Bacharelado em Nutrição)—Universidade de Brasília, Brasília, 2016.
Abstract: Introduction: Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) is a condition that reduces quality of life, life expectancy and productivity. Changes in lifestyle habits (such as dietary) are necessary to manage CAD. Health professionals rely on printed educational materials to reach as many patients as possible, and those materials need to be tailored to the audience and comply to recent evidence to be effective in reducing risk of secondary events in CAD. Objective: To evaluate the nutrition education materials available to patients in CAD diagnose and manage-ment units in British Columbia (BC), Canada. Methods: Four guidelines for secondary preven-tion of CAD were summarized into 25 topics. 3 Hospitals in BC provided all their printed mate-rials used for nutrition education following CAD diagnose. Materials were scored according to the presence of guideline topics and to a Plain Language checklist validated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Percentage scores were calculated and compared to de-velop suggestions to improve patient care in CAD units. Results: Guidelines were complete, in agreement with each other and with current evidence. None of the materials achieved sat-isfactory grades, with compliancy to dietary guidelines of 32%, 48% and 48%, and checklist scores of 58%, 58% and 41%. The materials were not considered suited for patients regarding language or actionability. Conclusion: The educational materials did not reach acceptable levels of compliance to the guidelines. It is recommended that they are redeveloped by dieti-tians, using the most recent evidence on this field and the a language level adequate to their audience.
Informações adicionais: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso (graduação)—Universidade de Brasília, Faculdade de Ciências da Saúde, Departamento de Nutrição, 2016.
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