Supporting HIV care through education and innovation

Topic: Nutrition

Medical nutrition therapy including nutritional supplements is provided by a licensed registered dietitian outside of an outpatient/ambulatory medical care visit. The provision of food may be provided pursuant to a physician's recommendation and a nutritional plan developed by a licensed, registered dietician. Nutritional services and nutritional supplements not provided by a licensed, registered dietician shall be considered a support service and be reported under psychosocial support services and food bank/home delivered meals respectively. Food not provided pursuant to a physician's recommendation and a nutritional plan developed by a licensed, registered dietician should also be considered a support service and is reported under food bank/home delivered meals.

Training resources

  • AETC NRC Logo
    AETC National Resource Center
    January 2014

    Clinical education/training resources and patient education materials from the HRSA AETC network.

Protocols

Best practices

Manuals

Guidelines

  • Boston Public Health Commission, January 2009

    Array of resources for HIV/AIDS providers funded by Boston's Ryan White Part A program.

  • Los Angeles County Commission on HIV, December 2006

    Site offers a wide collection of standards of care for Los Angeles County to guide providers and patients in the provision of optimal scientifically-based clinical practices.

  • Utah Department of Health, October 2004, Bureau of Communicable Disease Control, October 2004

    Defines services, lists each related outcome, standard, indicator and describes documentation of meeting each standard.

Tools

Training resources

Manuals

Best practices