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Patricia A.M. Hodges

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Lieutenant Colonel Patricia A.M. Hodges, USA (ret.) is the author of From Home Sister to Second Lieutenant: Army Dietitians in World Wars I and II and a co-author of Effective Counseling Strategies for Dietary Management.

 

According to the book description of From Home Sister to Second Lieutenant: Army Dietitians in World Wars I and II, it “presents the evolution of military dietetics from 1916 through World War II. It also parallels the development of the profession of dietetics nationally, as many of the early leaders in dietetics had been in the World War I effort, at home and overseas.

 

Experiences of the dietitians in the two world wars are recounted from several sources and from many dietitians from World War II who submitted narratives for inclusion in this text. Throughout the accounts, their frustrations, senses of humor, professionalism, patriotism, and gratitude for being a part of this global effort are found. These remarkable women present another dimension to the shared sacrifices of Americans who lived during these turbulent times.”

 

 

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