CPD hours are applicable for Australian and New Zealand dietitians.
This presentation outlines the patient experience and outcomes of implementing a patient-directed bedside meal ordering solution in a specialised cancer care facility. The presenters will highlight how the adoption of technology to innovate foodservice, can engage the patient, and deliver a better experience and better outcomes for patients. In addition, they will share future plans of innovation to continue to deliver better outcomes to patients, with a focus on sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions.
1. Become familiar with what a patient-directed meal ordering system is and how it can be implemented.
2. Improve awareness of the potential benefits of innovative electronic solutions in hospital foodservices.
3. Identify the benefits of a patient-directed meal ordering system.
About the presenters:
Vicki Barrington is a Senior Lecturer at Latrobe University, and currently teaches Food Service Management to final year Dietetic students. From 2008-2017, Vicki worked as the Food Service Dietitian at Peter MacCallum cancer Centre. In 2016, Peter Mac relocated to a new site and Vicki played an integral role in designing and implementing a Bedside meal ordering system.
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