Exploring community healthcare staff experiences of current screening and treatment practices for malnutrition. Baseline survey results from the Implementing Nutrition Screening in Community Care for Older People (INSCCOPe) process evaluation project.

Category: Service Integration, New Care Models, Prevention, Frailty

Date: 2017

This 2017 poster presentation is part of a project mixed method approach underpinned by Normalisation Process Theory to evaluate the implementation of a new procedure adapting existing policy for screening and treatment of malnutrition in community setting. The project includes training of nursing and allied health professionals (AHPs) working within Integrated Community Teams (ICTs) and Older People’s Mental Health Teams. Results of a 23-item questionnaire (NoMad) at baseline showed strong support for, and value placed upon, nutrition screening and treatment activity, but 


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