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Are you using all of the EAL resources to your advantage? The Academy has created products to assist the busy practitioner apply the evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines in practice.
  • Search the on-line Evidence Analysis Library - your one-stop-shop for evidence-based nutrition information. Free to Academy members!
     
  • Discover the EAL Toolkits. Sets of hands-on tools for the RD that support the application of evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines.
     
  • Utilize the EAL presentations. MS PowerPoint slides, designed for the healthcare professional, summarizing each evidence-based nutrition practice guideline. 
     
  • EducateThe Educator Modules provide educators with a variety of resources for teaching the content of the EAL and the Academy's evidence analysis process.
     
  • Implement the Nutrition Care Process with toolkits on topics such as Long Term Care and Neonatal Care.
Expand each section below for product descriptions and purchasing information.
  • EAL Subscriptions

    Annual Individual EAL Subscription

    The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Evidence Analysis Library (EAL) is a synthesis of the best, most relevant nutritional research on important dietetic practice questions. An objective and transparent methodology is used to assess food and nutrition-related science. The EAL is a series of systematic reviews based on a predefined approach and criteria. Meticulous methods and electronic tools are used to document each step to ensure objectivity, transparency and reproducibility of the process. Expert workgroup members evaluate, synthesize, and grade the strength of the evidence to support conclusions that answer a precise series of questions. Over 40 evidence analysis projects are either published or in the development process. Seventeen (17) evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines are currently published and include major recommendations with corresponding rating of evidence strength for a specific disease or condition. 

    Non-members of the Academy can purchase annual individual subscription or a one-month trial subscription:  EAL Subscription

    Group Subscription Rates

    Multi-user subscriptions to the EAL are available for your dietetic association, university or medical library, government agency or organization. Please contact Toni Acosta at aacosta@eatright.org for rates.


     
  • Evidence-Based Practice Educator Modules

    Educator Modules

    Educate - the Educator Modules provide educators with a variety of resources for teaching the content of the EAL and the Academy's evidence analysis process.Use these modules to help with your lesson planning. Each module includes MS Word documents and PowerPoint files with content and instructions for navigating the EAL, student assignments inlcuding case studies and questions for classroom discussion or take home exam, graduate or advanced assignment on evaluating a research article using the Academy's evidence anlaysis process, grading key for both assignments. Also includes three-week access to the EAL for up to 30 students. Topics include:
    • Assessing Energy Expenditure
    • Celiac Disease
    • Diabetes 1 and 2
    • Disorders of Lipid Metabolism
    • Spinal Cord Injury
    For pricing and ordering please visit www.eatright.org/shop

     
  • Evidence-Based Practice Presentations

    Evidence-Based Practice Presentations

    These presentations are idea for the busy practitioner looking for user-friendly slides to assist them in implementing the Academy's Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guidelines. Evidence-based practice utilizes systematically developed information for practical decisions about specific clinical circumstances.The presentations are ideal for use in meetings, in-serivce presentations and classes.  

    Highlights
    • Overall project guideline objective
    • Target population
    • Guideline overview
    • Statement of intent
    • Explanation of guideline rating system
    • Executive summary of guidelines
    Topics
    • Adult Weight Management
    • Celiac Disease
    • Critical Illness
    • Chronic Kidney Disease
    • COPD
    • Diabetes 1 and 2
    • Disorders of Lipid Metabolism
    • Gestational Diabetes
    • Health Disparities
    • Heart Failure
    • HIV/AIDS
    • Medial Nutrition Therapy
    • Hypertension
    • Nutrition Guidance for Healthy Children
    • Oncology
    • Pediatric Weight Managmennt
    • Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes 
    • Unintended Weight Loss
    • Vegetarian Nutrtion
    For pricing and ordering please visit www.eatright.org/shop
  • Evidence-Based Practice Toolkits

    Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Toolkits

    Implement evidence-based nutrition practice and the Academy Nutrition Care Process.  These toolkits are designed to assist the registered dietitian in applying evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines. 

    Highlights
    • Resources
    • MNT Protocol
    • Sample documtation forms
    • Outcomes monitoring forms
    • Encounter process instructions
    • Client education resources and links
    • Case studies
    Topics
    • Adult Weight Management
    • Celiac Disease
    • COPD
    • Critical Illness
    • Diabetes 1 and 2
    • Disorders of Lipid Metabolism
    • Gestational Diabetes
    • Heart Failure
    • Oncology
    • Pediatric Weight Management
    • Spinal Cord Injury New! 
    • Unintended Weight Loss in Older Adults
    • Vegetarian Nutrition New! 
    For pricing and ordering please visit www.eatright.org/shop
  • Nutrition Care Process Toolkits

    Nutrition Care Process Toolkits

    These speciality toolkits are designed to provide the food and nutrition professional a resource in learning and applying the nutrition care process in a clincial setting.

    Highlights
    • NCP Summary
    • NCP SNAPshot for 4 NCP categories
    • Resources
    • Case studies
    Topics
    • NeoNatal Nutrition
    • Long Term Care
    • Public Health/Community Nutrition
    For pricing and ordering please visit www.eatright.org/shop

     
  • Research Toolkit

    Understanding the Basics of Research - an Online Toolkit

    This web-based toolkit is designed tohelp dietitians understand and embrace research. Learn how to evaluate and use published research, the basics of conducting a research project and how to interpret research articles effectively.It includes several "how to" modules, reference articles and much more.

    For pricing and ordering, please visit www.eatright.org/shop