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Clinical dietitians use computer-generated worksheet


, : Clinical dietitians use computer-generated worksheet. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 69(4): 404-406

Clinical dietitians at the UMC Medical Center expressed a desire for a computer-generated listing of patients which could be used to record pertinent information obtained during patient visitation. An existing computer-stored census file was used as the data base for a computer program developed to print a dietitan's worksheet, which included the patient's name, location, and birth date. The form was printed on 8 1/2

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