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Page vii Share Cite Suggested Citation: Harmonization of Approaches to Nutrient Reference Values: The National Academies Press. The purpose of this independent review is to provide candid and critical comments that will assist the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in making each published report as sound as possible and to ensure that it meets the institutional standards for quality, objectivity, evidence, and responsiveness to the study charge.
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Page ix Share Cite Suggested Citation: Traditionally these efforts have been directed at preventing nutrient deficiencies. Additionally, with the increasing globalization of information and identification of factors that influence the specific nutritional needs of different population groups e.
In recognition of this expanding range of concerns regarding the nutritional needs of populations, the United Kingdom and the United States, in the s, convened a group of experts who proposed a new approach to setting nutrient intake recommendations to address these concerns.
The outcome of those efforts was the development of new methodologies for setting nutrient intake values that were adopted initially in the United States in collaboration with Canada and in the United Kingdom.
Similar approaches were developed and adopted by many European and other middle- and high-income countries. In spite of these advances, the methods are challenging for countries to apply, and there has been limited guidance on when and how to adapt the values from high-income countries for use in more resource-constrained countries.
Simultaneously, the Global Network of Institutions for Scientific Advice on Nutrition was formed to provide scientific advice on nutrition and to establish nutrition recommendations and guidelines.
The Global Network met in Geneva, Switzerland, in to share information about nutrition guidance and explore opportunities for collaboration as a step toward harmonization of diet- and nutrition-related recommendations and guidelines.
An important outcome of the meeting was recognition of the need to synergize efforts and examine approaches for developing nutrition guidance, including the harmonization of methods for 1 assessing the evidence underpinning nutrition science and 2 developing nutrient intake recommendations and guidance to steer national policy development.
Today there is greater consistency across high-income countries in the methodological approach used to derive an average nutrient requirement AR and safe upper intake level ULthe two fundamental values needed for establishing nutrient intake recommendations.
However, there remains considerable inconsistency across other national and international bodies, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, in the approaches used to derive nutrient intake recommendations for their populations.
Moreover, there are no consistent processes in place to ensure that any such intake recommendations remain current and relevant to those population subgroups. The foundation therefore asked the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to do two things: The Committee on the Application of Global Harmonization of Methodological Approaches to Nutrient Intake Recommendations for Young Children and Women of Reproductive Age was supported in its task by the invaluable contributions of a number of individuals.
First, many thanks are owed to the members of the committee who volunteered their time and expertise to a complex and challenging task and to the preparation of this report.
Their dedication to the project was commendable. Special thanks go to the contributions of Janet King, who served as a consultant to the committee. Finally, the committee wishes to acknowledge the contributions of the study staff: Gillian Buckley, study director; Amanda Nguyen, associate program officer; and Meredith Young, senior program assistant.
Finally, this project benefited from the general guidance and assistance of Ann Yaktine, director of the Food and Nutrition Board.Keywords: sexual and reproductive health services, reproductive rights, law and policy, strategic assessment, quality of care, Argentina THE Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) established a series of objectives and goals including, among others, universal access to reproductive health services.
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