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Adopt

To make an improvement in nutrition care, small and sometimes larger changes need to be embedded into the routines of a variety of staff members. Adoption of a new practice to make it routine takes time and effort. The following resources support this process of adoption and help to make INPAC activities routine.

Resources

INPAC Presentation

This is a PowerPoint presentation explaining INPAC and how/when it should be used.


Behaviour Change Techniques

This document defines and matches behaviour change techniques to implementation of INPAC and provides examples of implementation activities from the More-2-Eat study sites.


Model for Improvement

This document explain the Model for Improvement within the context of implementing INPAC.


Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) Cycles

This document explains the PDSA cycles within the context of implementing INPAC


Acknowledgment: The ideas and resources included on this page are provided in part by the hospitals involved in the More-2-Eat project.

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Become Part of the INPAC Community

Do you have questions, ideas, or thoughts about changes you want to make? Do you want to learn and share with others? Join the INPAC Community of Practice so we can all learn together.

Contact info@nutritioncareincanada.ca if you would like to join the Community of Practice.

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