The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Evidence Analysis Library: Leveraging This Resource to Maximize Your Efficacy

Quiz for CEU Credit

To receive CEU Credit of one hour of Level 2 for viewing this recorded webinar, R.D.s and D.T.R.s must complete the following quiz.

A passing score is 60 (out of a total possible score of 100). You receive credit for right answers and penalties for wrong or missed answers. If you receive fewer than 60 points, you may review the presentation and retake the quiz as often as you like.

Answer all questions below. Simply click in each answer's circle to denote your choice.

1. The foundation for the Evidence Analysis Library (EAL) is based on rigorous systematic reviews of studies on specific research questions in nutrition and health.

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2. The multidisciplinary team of specialists working on projects for the EAL is composed entirely of professionals employed by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.



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3. General research questions and evidence mapping help identify research analysis projects for the EAL.



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4. A rigorous procedure and process guides the identification and selection of research articles and studies to be reviewed for a specific research question.



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5. Analysis of data in each article in a systematic review may be conducted using slightly different data extraction tools to complete the evidence overview table and evidence summary.



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6. Overview Tables that provide a summary of evidence of all the studies analyzed for a specific research review give nutrition professionals a tool for easily comparing the evidence of a variety of studies on a specific research question.



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7. For ease of use and practicality for nutrition professionals, each systematic review in the EAL provides a short conclusion statement for the research question under review and grades the evidence underlying the conclusion statement as good (grade I), fair (grade II), limited (grade III), expert opinion only (grade IV) and not assignable (grade V).



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8. Evidence-Based Nutrition Practice Guidelines for each topic (project) in the EAL are developed based on rigorous systematic reviews on a number of relevant research questions and each recommendation carries a rating of strong, fair, weak, consensus (supported by expert opinion only) or insufficient evidence.



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9. As illustrated by the weight loss scenario in the webinar, each nutrition practice guideline is based on one systematic review and each applies to a general adult population.



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10. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Health Informatics Infrastructure (ANDHII) gives individual RDNs and the dietetics profession the ability to track and measure outcomes of medical nutrition therapy and nutrition interventions.



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