|2021||Department of Health, Northern Ireland||Promoting Good Nutrition: strategy and guidance|
Northern Ireland strategy for promoting good nutrition and guidance and resources to support the use of ‘MUST’ across all care settings.
|2021||The North Derbyshire Nutrition Support Project; National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Shared Learning||The North Derbyshire Nutrition Support Project: Increasing appropriate Oral Nutrition Supplement prescriptions|
|2019||International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI)||Complete IDDSI Framework Detailed definitions 2.0|
International standardised terminology and definitions to describe texture modified foods and thickened liquids used for individuals with dysphagia of all ages, in all care settings, and all cultures. Update of 2016 framework
|2017||National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)||Nutrition support for adults: oral nutrition support, enteral tube feeding and parenteral nutrition CG32|
This guideline covers identifying and caring for adults who are malnourished or at risk of malnutrition in hospital or in their own home or a care home. Update of the original guidance from 2006
|2015||NHS England||Guidance – Commissioning Excellent Nutrition and Hydration 2015 – 2018|
The document outlines: Why commissioners should make nutrition and hydration a priority, How to tackle the problem, How to assess the impact of commissioned services, How commissioners have begun to tackle the problem via commissioning, Further resources to help commissioners address the issue.
|2015||National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)||Nutrition: improving maternal and child nutrition|
This quality standard covers improving nutrition for pregnant women, and babies and children under 5 and their mothers and carers. It focuses on low‑income and disadvantaged families.
|2015||NHS Wales||Health and Care Standards with Supporting Guidance|
Theme 2 Safe care – Standard 2.5 Nutrition and Hydration.
People are supported to meet their nutritional and hydration needs, to maximise recovery from illness or injury
|2014||National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)||Maternal and child nutrition PH11 This guideline covers the nutrition of pregnant women, including women who are planning to become pregnant, mothers and other carers of children aged under 5 and their children. In particular, it aims to address disparities in the nutrition of low‑income and other disadvantaged groups compared with the general population.|
|2014||Health Improvement Scotland||Food, Fluid and Nutritional Care Standards|
The standards apply to the care of all patients, paediatric and adult, in both community healthcare and hospital care in Scotland, whether directly provided by an NHS board or secured on behalf of an NHS board.