Virtual Multidisciplinary Feeding Clinic
2022. The Children’s Hospital at Westmead is leading the way in addressing complex feeding issues, using videoconferencing to provide care remotely.
I AM: Identifying and Addressing Malnutrition
2021. The I AM Project aims to implement a more sustainable and accurate screening process at Prince of Wales Hospital for patients who are malnourished, or at risk of malnutrition.
Increasing the Appropriateness of Dietetic Referrals
2017. This project addressed barriers experienced by nursing staff when using the malnutrition screening tool, by introducing staff education, streamlined education pathways and a cheat sheet for nursing staff.
Healthy Lifestyles Project for newly arrived young people
2021. This project addressed two significant gaps in service provision for newly arrived young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds: prevention of rapid weight gain during the settlement and post arrival period; intervention for weight issues for
Waist Less: Part of the Sustainable Connections for Overweight and Obesity in Paediatrics Project
2017. The Waist Less project aims to improve clinical processes and resources at the CHW, to increase the identification and management of children with obesity and their families. It is part of the Sustainable Connections for Overweight and Obesity in
Redesigning mid-meal safety, nutritional accuracy and compliance, knowledge and satisfaction (SNACKS)
2019. This project looks at how the tea-run to adult patients at Westmead Hospital in three wards can be improved to meet the nutritional and individual dietary needs of patients.
Yhunger: healthy living skills for at-risk young people
2021. Yhunger has developed educational resources and training workshops for youth workers that focus on ‘hands on’ skills development with young people.
Local health district award
Planning for Gastronomy Success
2017. St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney (SVHS) improved patient information, treatment procedures and staff education, to ensure the placement of gastronomy feeding tubes aligned with best practice and Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) guidelines.
Finger food menu on the specialised dementia and delirium ward
2020. The introduction of finger foods will potentially: increase the opportunity to encourage or enable self-feeding; improve quality of life; increase oral intake and promote weight stabilization while in hospital; and improve the nutritional intake of
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