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  1. Making Meals Matter: Improving Meal Time Processes Claire Blackwood, Nutrition Champion, NHS Ayrshire and Arran Elaine Gordon, Nutrition Champion, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Joy Farquharson, Nutrition Champion, The State Hospital

  2. Q. What has worked well in implementing and/ or embedding protected mealtimes? Q. What continuing challenges do you have implementing and/ or embedding protected mealtimes? MAKING MEALS MATTER

  3. MAKING MEALS MATTER Challenges Worked well

  4. OUR VISION: Small Scale Changes driving Large Scale Improvement Supporting self-management of nutritional care for people with LTC Improving meal processes: improving intake/reducing waste Preventing re-admission due to malnutrition Managing transitions between hospital and care home to avoid malnutrition Ensuring people get the support they needto eat and drink

  5. The improvement journey so far……….

  6. rationale

  7. Testing

  8. RESOURCES

  9. RESOURCES

  10. Testing NHS GGC • Background • Right Patient Right Meal Right Time (2008) • Compliance with CQI measurements • Better Together results • Aim • To undertake an observational audit of patient mealtimes • Methodology • Crib sheet developed to increase continuity • Briefing session for dietetic students • Observed 3 consecutive meals in 1 ward

  11. Testing NHS GGC • Results • Mostly prepared for mealtimes • All patients who required assistance received it • Staff were available but not all engaged • Different experiences on same ward dependant on staff • AHP’s on wards speaking to nursing staff • Patients interrupted for procedures by doctors at mealtimes

  12. SPREAD OPPORTUNITIES • National spread events Sep & Nov • Utilisation of Making Meals Matter resources • ?National adaptable observation of mealtimes audit tool

  13. What’s the way ahead? Protected Mealtimes Working well Challenges