NCPT Case Simulations
By Esther Myers | Feb 9, 2016
Want to practice NCPT, but not impact patient care? Case simulations may be part of the answer.
As more people both in the US and internationally are exploring and implementing both the Nutrition Care Process and using standardized terminology (eNCPT), more demonstration cases are being developed for use.
Is there a way to develop some common guidelines that can assist those developing cases to make their cases as effective as possible? And assist educators in selecting the right resource for their needs?
After having the recent experience of developing the five in-depth cases using two “standardized patients” for our new text, Nutrition Care Process and Terminology: A Practical Approach, here are some starting thoughts. Some of these are pretty basic, but it is amazing how they stand the test of time.
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PhD, RD, FAND
Esther Myers in an internationally known author, lecturer, educator and researcher in dietetics and evidence analysis. She is CEO of EF Myers Consulting, Inc, President of Spectrawell, and Director of Nutrition Care Professionals, Pty, Ltd. Her consulting focuses on collaborative initiatives in international practice-based research and dissemination of evidence analysis principles, and promoting the Nutrition Care Process and Model (NCPM) and International Dietetics and Nutrition Terminology, now called the Nutrition Care Process Terminology (NCPT).