Professional Practice – Our Work

One crucial way for the EFAD Professional Practice Committee to achieve its mission is by working within Europe to define and develop best practices.

Background and Introduction

In light of recent research, the use of standardized language (SL) has been identified as a key practice tool to advance the level of practice to a higher level and support its integrity.
EFAD recommends all National Dietetic Associations to support the access and use of a chosen Nutrition Care Process/Dietetic Process (NCP) model and a Standardised Language (SL) developed for dietitians.

This can include but is not limited to licensing, translation and development of support materials and activities such as written materials, webinars, workshops, discussion groups, and websites.

Papers

Categories: Papers

ICF Dietetics Nutrition Care Process and Standardised Language vision paper

Last Modified: March 2014
Tags: PPC, Professional Prectice
Categories: Reports

Nutrition Care Process and Standardised Language report

Last Modified: September 2012
Tags: PPC, Professional Prectice
Categories: Reports

Key Points from Nutrition Care Process and Standardised Language report

Last Modified: February 2013
Tags: PPC, Professional Prectice
Categories: Reports

Assessing the priority level of Nutrition Care Process and Standardised Language for professional development in Europe report

Last Modified: December 2013
Tags: PPC, Professional Prectice
Categories: Papers

Nutrigenomics and ethics Paper

Last Modified: May 2018
Tags: Ethics, PPC, Professional Prectice
Categories: Papers

Nutrition Care Process and Standardised Language vision paper

Last Modified: March 2014
Tags: PPC, Professional Prectice
Categories: Reports

Status Report of dietetic registration, regulation and Lifelong Learning in EFAD member countries

Last Modified: June 2016
Tags: Education, ELLC, PPC, Professional Prectice
Categories: General Documents

EFAD contact list for Standardized Language_2021

Last Modified: October 2021
Tags: PPC, Professional Prectice, Standardized Language