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2010 Grant

The winner of this years is: "Top-down and bottom-up approach of malnutrition leads to a decrease in prevalence rates in all health care settings in the Netherlands" supported by the Dutch Society on Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (NESPEN). You can view the presentation given at ESPEN congress in Nice by Dr. Marie v. Bokhorst,

This year, 4 organizations have submitted their work for consideration for the 2010 MNI grant of EUR 30.000.

The submissions are (in no particular order):

1). "Top-down and bottom-up approach of malnutrition leads to a decrease in prevalence rates in all health care settings in the Netherlands" supported by the Dutch Society on Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (NESPEN).
Link to full submission

2). "Improving Nutritional Care in Hospitals Project: Establishing a Network of Nutrition Champions" supported by the Scottish section of BAPEN, the British Association for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.
Link to full submission + related report "Improving Nutritional Care: supporting NHS Scotland staff through practice development and education"

3). "Fighting hospital malnutrition in Spain: From awareness to action" supported by the Spanish Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (SENPE).
Link to full submission

4). "Nutrition Day in Europe: must more than just a cross-sectional audit" supported by Flemish Society of Clinical Feeding and Metabolism (VVKVM).
Link to full submission
 


 

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