Debra Geary Hook, MPH, RD, CNSD, CHES
Monday, Oct 5, 2015
Global Research and Nutrition
Speakers will discuss the challenges and importance of international research collaborations, nutrition and dietetic focused data collection between countries, and development of international nutrition and dietetic resources for practitioners (field manuals, standardized terminology translation). Collaborations on systematic reviews and EBPG development will be discuss by representatives from the World Health Organization, National Kidney Foundation, and RDNs leading and participating in multi-country data collection will present on the unique challenges and possibilities that international research brings to the field of nutrition.
List internationally focused, nutrition resources that can be used to improve outcomes in all public health, ambulatory and in-patient settings
Describe the nutrition care process and terminology and how it can be translated into multiple languages and used in training material for developing countries
Outline examples of standardized term use in collection of research outcomes
This hands-on workshop will provide participants with a chance to see how ANDHII (Academy ofNutrition and Dietetics Health Informatics Infrastructure) can be used within their practice setting to facilitate documentation. After watching a demonstration of ANDHII in action, breakout sessions will focus on specific case studies relevant to one of three areas of practice: long-term care, adult acute care, and pediatric and maternal care (both ambulatory and public health based). In working on these case studies, participants will focus on NCP terminology to document progress and outcomes using the new ANDHII software tool on their own laptops. Planned with the Academy Center for Professional Development and the NCP-SL Committee. **Advanced registration required to attend. Attendance is limited to advance registrants ONLY. Please visit the FNCE Registration page to add this to your attendee profile if you wish to attend.
- Document patient progress and outcomes with the Nutrition Care Process Terminology (formerly IDNT) using the new ANHII software tool.
- Advance Nutrition Care Process Terminology documentation expertise within their area of practice in a hands-on documentation experience working with focused case studies in long-term care, pediatric care and adult acute care.
- Utilize ANDHII in their practice setting to facilitate documentation to more easily collect and measure patient care outcomes.
Leadership, Professional Skills and Career Development
Communicating and coordinating nutrition care across the continuum of health care is a critical need. The NCP and Terminology can be used to produce logical and clear information about nutrition services and their outcomes across this continuum. This session will demonstrate how the NCP and Terminology, including data sharing mechanisms such as the Academy's Health Information Infrastructure, can be employed to emphasize the value of nutrition care to other health care providers, key stakeholders, and policymakers.
- Describe how the NCP and Terminology (formerly IDNT) can be used as part of the patient-centered medical home model of care, following individuals across the continuum of care from primary to tertiary prevention and inpatient to outpatient services.
- Discuss how the NCP and Terminololgy can be used to produce in-depth, quality nutrition care that promotes policy change and strengthens funding opportunities.
- See how the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Health Information Infrastructure (ANDHII) can be incorporated into work streams to track and share nutrition outcomes.
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