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The British Journal of Nutrition
Development of a nutritional documentation tool: a Delphi study
Stefanie Berger^11  Anna Eisenberger^12  Doris Eglseer^23 
[1]Department of Dietetics,University Hospital Graz,Auenbruggerplatz 12, 8036 Graz,Austria^1
[2]Department of Internal Medicine,Medical University of Graz,Auenbruggerplatz 15, 8036 Graz,Austria^3
[3]Institute of Nursing Science,Medical University of Graz,Universitätsplatz 4, 8010 Graz,Austria^2
关键词: Nutritional documentation;    Patient discharge;    Discharge letters;    Discharge reports;    Standardised terminology;    Nutritional care processes;   
DOI  :  10.1017/S0007114518003781
Subject:61.3
来源: Cambridge University Press
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【 摘 要 】
In daily clinical practice, the smooth, timely and comprehensive transfer of information between care settings is important and reflects a cornerstone of high-quality patient care. The integration of nutritional information in the medical information transfer is currently not included in an evidence-based approach. It was, therefore, the aim of this study to develop a nutritional documentation tool (NDoc) on the basis of evidence and test it for its usability in daily clinical practice. Based on the results of a literature review, the authors collected core content using a modified Delphi survey from experts across Europe and included the information collected in a structured, NDoc. The subsequently developed tool included thirty items and was tested for its usability on a daily basis among primary care physicians and clinical physicians. The new NDoc can be introduced for use in any computer-based hospital information system regionally and adapted for worldwide use.
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