My Food Choice Clinical Support Virtual Forum
This My Food Choice Clinical Support Forum will provide various insights into how the Nutrition Dashboard and Tray Monitor applications are used in clinical practice – with experiences shared from large sized clinical departments, medium sized clinical departments and also smaller facilities.
The presentations will cover practical application of the data in clinical practice, but will also cover challenges experienced in implementation of changes in work practice.
This forum will bring together NSW Health dietitians and other key stakeholders (e.g. Dietitian Assistants, health managers, food service staff, other interested clinicians) that currently have access to the Tray Monitor application and nutrition dashboard, or who are interested in implementing it in the future.
Schedule of Event
Wednesday 11 March 2020
Welcome and Introduction:
Facilitated by Mel Schier, Nutrition Network Manager, ACI
We acknowledge the traditional owners of this land that we meet on. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and any Elders who are meeting with us today.
Nutrition Dashboard – Training, Support and Data Access.
Presented by Jeremy Wing, Senior Food Service Dietitian, HealthShare NSW.
This presentation will provide a brief update on where to seek training on the nutrition dashboard, who to contact if you need support for any dashboard related issue. Information will also be provided on the process to request data reports from HealthShare NSW, for the purpose of projects work or larger scale reviews.
The Nutrition Dashboard in Practice - from training to incorporating as part of the Dietitians Workflow.
Presented by Navnita Chetty, Senior Clinical Dietitian, Nutrition and Dietetics Department, Blacktown Mt Druitt Hospitals, Western Sydney LHD.
This presentation will provide an overview of the Blacktown Mt Druitt experience in implementing Nutrition Dashboard as part of clinical workflow. Including training and competency assessment for new staff, use of the dashboard as part of clinical workflow and clinical practice, ideas on how the dashboard can be used to support project work and some challenges along the way.
The Nutrition Dashboard in Practice from a Dietitian Assistants Perspective.
Presenter TBC, Nutrition and Dietetics Department, Blacktown Mt Druitt Hospitals, Western Sydney LHD.
This presentation will provide insight into how the nutrition dashboard has been incorporated into the daily workflow of the Dietitian Assistants at Blacktown and Mt Druitt hospitals. This includes utilising the dashboard to target early intervention, DA involvement in morning workload meetings and some limitations of the dashboard.
Nutrition Dashboard from the Standpoint of Clinical Nutrition Practice
Presented by Roshnit Sami, Diet Supervisor and Ashwini Chand, Deputy Department Head, Dietetics and Nutrition, Westmead Auburn Hospitals, Western Sydney LHD.
This presentation will provide insight into the current role of Dietitian Assistants and Supervisors working with the nutrition dashboard at Westmead Auburn Hospitals. It will also present findings of a student project that studied the value of nutrition dashboard data at clinical practice level in a large tertiary hospital, the quality of data and the reliability of nutrition dashboard information.
Using the Nutrition Dashboard & Tray Monitor in a small hospital to assist in the triage of a Dietitians caseload.
Presented by Tracey Patricks, Head Dietitian, Coffs Harbour Hospital, Mid North Coast LHD on behalf of Brodie Bannister, Dietitian, Macksville Hospital, Mid North Coast LHD.
This presentation discusses how close Dietitian-Foodservice collaboration can result in reliable food intake data and guide Dietitian services to priority patients. It will demonstrate how the Tray Monitor application reports can be used as part of clinical practice.
Questions and Close
An opportunity will be provided to ask questions of the presenters. Any questions which may not be addressed due to time limitations will be responded to via email communication after the event.
Cost: Free to all participants to attend
Please note that places are limited for this forum. Registration closes COB Friday 6 March 2020
The forum will be recorded for staff members who are unable to attend.
eHealth Video Conferencing Solution (PEXIP) will be used for the forum. The PEXIP details will be circulated closer to the forum.