Process models in dietetic care: a comparison between models in Europe

Vertaalde titel van de bijdrage: Procesmodellen in de diëtetiek: Een vergelijking tussen Europese modellen

Daniel Buchholz, Alexandra Kolm, Koen Vanherle, Marleen Adam, Kathrin Kohlenberg-Mueller, Maaike Roemeling-Walters, Daniela Wewerka-Kreimel, Christina Gast, Karoline Lange, Sabine Ohlrich-Hahn, Shelly Rachman-Elbaum, Eline Baete, Renate Heine-Bröring, Elisabeth Höld, Andrea Werkman

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    Using a Dietetic Care Process (DCP) can lead to improved application of evidence-based guidelines and critical thinking in dietetics. One aim of the project Improvement of Education and Competences in Dietetics (IMPECD) is to develop a unified DCP for international educational purposes. Therefore, a comparison of European DCPs was needed.A concise literature search and semi-structured interviews with experts representing the full EFAD (European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians) member states were conducted from June to October 2017.16 out of 23 EFAD member states responded (70%) from which 13 indicated to use a DCP. Eight different DCPs were found, with four to six core steps and three graphical representations. In one country the use of a dietetic process is indicated by law. The DCPs have more similarities than differences as they follow the same principles. Differences in language or form may not limit the improvement in collaboration and international exchange in dietetic practice. These results provide a good basis for the development of a unified DCP for educational purposes.
    Originele taal-2English
    Pagina's (van-tot)154-163
    TijdschriftErnahrungs Umschau
    Volume65
    Nummer van het tijdschrift9
    DOI's
    StatusPublished - 1 sep 2018

    Vingerafdruk

    Dietetics
    Nutritionists
    Mental Competency
    Language
    Guidelines
    Interviews
    Education

    Keywords

    • dietetiek
    • voeding
    • europa

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    Buchholz, D., Kolm, A., Vanherle, K., Adam, M., Kohlenberg-Mueller, K., Roemeling-Walters, M., ... Werkman, A. (2018). Process models in dietetic care: a comparison between models in Europe. Ernahrungs Umschau, 65(9), 154-163. https://doi.org/DOI: 10.4455/eu.2018.034
    Buchholz, Daniel ; Kolm, Alexandra ; Vanherle, Koen ; Adam, Marleen ; Kohlenberg-Mueller, Kathrin ; Roemeling-Walters, Maaike ; Wewerka-Kreimel, Daniela ; Gast, Christina ; Lange, Karoline ; Ohlrich-Hahn, Sabine ; Rachman-Elbaum, Shelly ; Baete, Eline ; Heine-Bröring, Renate ; Höld, Elisabeth ; Werkman, Andrea. / Process models in dietetic care : a comparison between models in Europe. In: Ernahrungs Umschau. 2018 ; Vol. 65, Nr. 9. blz. 154-163.
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