Terminology Submission Instructions
The Nutrition Care Process Research Outcomes Committee (NCPROC) welcomes submissions to the eNCPT. Practitioner participation in the terminology maintenance process is important for reflecting the current state of dietetics and nutrition practice and research. We look forward to working with you.
Submission Process SummaryTerm submissions are reviewed semi-annually by the Terminology Workgroup (TWG) of the NCPROC for completeness using a checklist for the appropriate Nutrition Care Process step:
- Nutrition Assessment/Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation (NA/ME) Submission Review Checklist
- Nutrition Diagnosis (ND) Submission Review Checklist
- Nutrition Intervention (NI) Submission Review Checklist
- Come from new or anticipated care settings and technologies or implementation of evidence based practice guidelines.
- Improve the specificity of an existing term.
- Enhance the NCP.
Only one term per submission please. Use separate forms for additional term submissions.
Submission ComponentsThe required components for a submission include the type of submission, which terminology is the focus of the submission, the specific term label and definition, defining characteristics, its use in a case scenario, and a concept analysis. Submitters are also invited to provide any comments that may useful to the Committee.
Terminology Submission InstructionsSubmission of recommended additions, changes, or deletions of Nutrition Assessment/Monitoring and Evaluation, Nutrition Diagnosis, and/or Nutrition Intervention terminology must be made by downloading, completing, and submitting the appropriate form below. Upon clicking the proper link below, click the "Download & Print" button and a copy of the document will be saved to your computer. Please submit completed Terminology Submission Forms to [email protected].
- Nutrition Assessment/Monitoring and Evaluation Term Submission Form
- Nutrition Diagnosis Term Submission Form
- Nutrition Intervention Term Submission Form
- Term Deletion Submission Form
|Submitter Contact Details||Required|
|References||2 Minimum Required|
|Defining Characteristics||2 Minimum Required|
|Terminology Specific Criteria
|Case Examples Using All Steps and eNCPT
Up to 3 cases illustrating use of the new term with the existing relevant terms
|Up to 3 Required|
A narrative review of relevant literature, culminating in a written concept analysis