hosted by the Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Specialist Group (PENG)
The breakout session will cover outcome work developed by the PENG working group.
Outcomes – Where are we now and the need to pick up the pace
Anne Holdoway – Chair of PENG
Using a common language underpinned by the Nutrition Care Process
Sue Kellie – Head of Education and Professional Development and Deputy Chief Executive, BDA
Session: The Impact of Outcomes – Presentations on ‘Live’ Outcomes Work
A dietetic led outcome project in dialysis
Bruno Mafrici BSc, MSc, Lead Renal Dietitian/Team Leader, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Following a successful bid to our commissioners a local agreement was developed and agreed to allow renal dietitian to initiate, change and stop phosphate binders independently. The aim of the project was to identify the dietetic outcomes, cost effectiveness and patient centred outcomes of this change in renal dietetic practice (via a prospective service evaluation in our HD unit).
Developing & Implementing Therapy Outcome Measures (TOMs) in Practice
Carol Weir (Clinical & Operations Director, MoreLife & Consultant PHE Whole Systems Programme, Leeds Beckett University)
Presenting on how the TOMs were developed; how TOMs were implemented into practice; the benefits of collecting/reporting outcomes and how the TOMS have been received.
Session: Drawing on the Experience and Success of Others
Evaluating patient outcomes and utilising the data to secure services
Marianne Williams, Specialist IBS & Allergy Dietitian
Launch of the PENG outcomes toolkit with Sean White – PENG HEF Clinical Lead
Have you got the X Factor? A series of workshops where you get to prove your worth! followed by Rounding up – Where to next? Led by Sean White – PENG HEF Clinical Lead
The session will be held on Wednesday 16th March
PENG are one of the BDA’s 17 Specialist Groups currently chaired by Anne Holdoway. Details on the Group are on the BDA Website
The BDA Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition specialist group strives to train, educate, support and represent dietitians working in oral, enteral and parenteral nutrition support in all care settings.
The Group acts as the professional voice on matters pertaining to nutritional support and is a founder Group of BAPEN. Members are registered dietitians who aim to ensure that nutritional support for patients is safe and clinically effective both in hospital and at home. PENG has a number of supported virtual dietetic groups such as the home enteral feeding network.